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Wir danken dir, du gutes, du liebes Weinachtskind

Wir danken dir, du gutes, du liebes Weinachtskind

Author: K. R. Hagenbach
Tune: [Es kennt der Herr die Seinen] (Mendelssohn)
Published in 2 hymnals

Author: K. R. Hagenbach

Hagenbach, Carl Rudolph, D.D., s. of C. F. Hagenbach, professor of medicine at Basel, was born at Basel, March 4, 1801. He studied at the Universities of Basel, Bonn, and Berlin. He returned to Basel in 1823 as University lecturer on Church history, was appointed ordinary professor of Church history in 1829, and died at Basel, June 7, 1874 (Koch, vii. 95, 96; Allg. Deutsche Biographie, x. 344, 345, &c). His hymns appeared principally in his Gedichte, Basel, 1846. Two are translated:— i. Du Quell, der alle Herzen tranket. Passiontide. On Christ thirsting on the cross. 1846, as above, vol. i. p. 33, in 4 stanzas. Translated as "Thou fountain for the panting heart," by J. Kelly, 1885, p. 40. ii. Stille halten deinem Walten. Resignation.… Go to person page >

Text Information

First Line: Wir danken dir, du gutes, du liebes Weinachtskind
Author: K. R. Hagenbach
Language: German
Publication Date: 1895
Copyright: Public Domain



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Deutsches Liederbuch #162

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Sonntagsschulharfe #34

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