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Hymns / Music :: Johann Crüger

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Born: April 9, 1598, Groß-Breesen/Niederlausitz, Germany (near Guben an der Neiße, on the present Polish border).

Died: February 23, 1662, Berlin, Germany.

Buried: Nikolaikirche, Berlin, Germany.

Johann Crüger (1598-1662)

Crüger began studying theology in Wittenberg in 1620. In 1622, he became organist of the Nikolaikirche (St. Nikolai Church) in Berlin. He was a friend of Paul Gerhardt, and wrote melodies for many hymns by Gerhardt and others. Crüger composed sacred works for choral and instrumental performances, and was also a musicologist and wrote about the theory and practice of music. In 1640, Crüger edited a hymnal, titled (beginning with the 1647 edition) Praxis Pietatis Melica. His other works include:

  • Synopsis musica, 1630
  • Musicae practicae praecepta (Rules for Practicing Music), 1660

Music:

  1. Auf, auf, mein Herz
  2. Gräfenberg
  3. Herzliebster Jesu
  4. Holy Ghost
  5. Jesu, Meine Freude
  6. Luise
  7. Nun Danket
  8. O Jesus Christ, dein Kripplein
  9. Schmücke Dich
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