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[Der Herr ist gut, in dessen Dienst wir stehn]

[Der Herr ist gut, in dessen Dienst wir stehn]

Composer: Konrad Kocher
Published in 4 hymnals


Audio files: MIDI

Composer: Konrad Kocher

Trained as a teacher, Conrad Kocher (b. Ditzingen, Wurttemberg, Germany, 1786; d. Stuttgart, Germany, 1872) moved to St. Petersburg, Russia, to work as a tutor at the age of seventeen. But his love for the music of Haydn and Mozart impelled him to a career in music. He moved back to Germany in 1811, settled in Stuttgart, and remained there for most of his life. The prestigious Cotta music firm published some of his early compositions and sent him to study music in Italy, where he came under the influence of Palestrina's music. In 1821 Kocher founded the School for Sacred Song in Stuttgart, which popularized four-part singing in the churches of that region. He was organist and choir director at the Striftsckirche in Stuttgart from 1827 to 18… Go to person page >

Tune Information

Title: [Der Herr ist gut, in dessen Dienst wir stehn]
Composer: Konrad Kocher
Incipit: 55532 16556 21712
Copyright: Public Domain

Instances

Instances (1 - 1 of 1)
Audio

Glaubenslieder #293

Include 3 pre-1979 instances
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