Child's Evening Song

Weary am I, go to rest

Translator: Harriet Hall; Author: Luise Hensel
Published in 6 hymnals

Translator: Harriet Hall

Hall, Harriet Ware. (Boston, Massachusetts, September 15, 1841--March 18, 1889, Boston). She was a lifelong resident of Boston, a member of King's Chapel. Two small books by her were privately printed, one a collection of poems entitled A Book for Friends, 1888, the other entitled Essays, printed posthumously in 1890. The first book contains a hymn beginning "Lord, beneath thine equal hand" in three stanzas, 7.7.7.7.D., dated February 10, 1869, and written for the installation of Rev. E.H. Hall at Worcester, Mass., in 1869. It is included in the Isles of Shoals Hymn Book, 1908, the first line altered to read "Lord, beneath whose equal hand." --Henry Wilder Foote, DNAH Archives Go to person page >

Author: Luise Hensel

Text of "Müde bin ich geh zur Ruh" is printed in Lutheran Service Book, 2006 #887… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Weary am I, go to rest
Title: Child's Evening Song
German Title: Müde bin ich, geh zur Ruh
Translator: Harriet Hall
Author: Luise Hensel
Language: English
Refrain First Line: Slumber sweetly, God is keeping
Copyright: Public Domain

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Heart and Voice #d283

Heart and Voice #d287

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Heart and Voice #297

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Little Sacred Songs #125

The Carol #d218

The Sunny Side #d149

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