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We Hail Thee With Rejoicing

Translator: J. T. Mueller

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Author: J. A. P. Schulz

Johann Abraham Peter Schulz Germany 1747-1800. Born at Luneburg, Germany, son of a baker, he attended St Michaelis school in Luneburg and studied organ, then the Johanneum from 1759-1764. In 1765 he was a student of composer, Johann Kimberger, and then taught in Berlin himself. In 1768 Kimberger recommended Schulz for the position of music teacher and accompanist to the Polish Princess Sapieha Woiwodin von Smolensk. Schulz moved to Berlin and traveled with her for three years performing throughout Europe, where he came in contact with many new musical ideas. He married Catharina Maria Gercken, and they had a daughter, Celle. He served as the conductor of the French Theatre in Berlin from 1776-1780. From 1786-1787 he was the Kapellme… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: We hail Thee with rejoicing
Title: We Hail Thee With Rejoicing
German Title: Sei uns mit Jubelschalle, Christkindchen heut gegrüßt
Translator: J. T. Mueller
Author: J. A. P. Schulz
Language: English
Copyright: Public Domain

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