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Wir werden einst mit Freuden

Wir werden einst mit Freuden

Author: Michael Franck
Published in 3 hymnals

Author: Michael Franck

Franck, Michael, son of Sebastian Franck, merchant at Schleusingen, was born at Schleusingen, March 16, 1609. At the Gymnasium of his native town he made good progress, but at his father's death it was found possible only to give his brothers Sebastian and Peter a university education. Michael was accordingly apprenticed to a baker, and in 1628 became a master baker at Schleusingen. Reduced to poverty by the sufferings of war, he fled in 1640 to Coburg, was there kindly received by one of the master bakers, and in 1644, somewhat unexpectedly, was appointed master of the lower classes in the town school. He died at Coburg Sept. 24, 1667 (Koch, iii. 435-441; Allg. Deutsche Biog. , vii. 259-260). He was a friend of Dach and Neumark; was in… Go to person page >

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First Line: Wir werden einst mit Freuden
Author: Michael Franck

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Frohe Lieder #408

Gesangbuch zum Gebrauch der Evangelischen Bruedergemeinen #d602

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