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Johann Georg Albinus

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Johann Georg Albinus (6 March 1624 – 25 May 1679) was a German Protestant pastor and hymnwriter.[1] He studied at the University of Leipzig and served as a rector at the Naumburg Cathedral School and the pastor of St. Othmar's Church, both in Naumburg.[2] His hymns have been set by various composers, for instance by Johann Rosenmüller who set his hymn "Welt, ade! Ich bin dein müde" for SSATB voices (published 1652), a setting which was adopted by Johann Sebastian Bach as last movement of his cantata Wer weiß, wie nahe mir mein Ende? BWV 27 (1726).[3] Also Bach's cantata Der Friede sei mit dir, BWV 158 contains a stanza of this hymn, set to Rosenmüller's hymn tune (Zahn No. 6531).[4][5][6]

References

  1. ^ Lemcke, Ludwig. "Albini, Johann Georg (Dichter)". Allgemeine Deutsche Biographie (in German). 1. Duncker & Humblot. pp. 222–223.
  2. ^ "Johann Georg Albinus". hymnary.org. Retrieved 10 June 2013.
  3. ^ "Wer weiß, wie nahe mir mein Ende BWV 27". Bach Digital. 11 March 2019.
  4. ^ "Der Friede sei mit dir BWV 158". Bach Digital. 20 May 2019.
  5. ^ Dürr, Alfred; Kobayashi, Yoshitake, eds. (1998). Bach Werke Verzeichnis: Kleine Ausgabe – Nach der von Wolfgang Schmieder vorgelegten 2. Ausgabe [Bach Works Catalogue: Small Edition – After Wolfgang Schmieder's 2nd edition] (in German). Kirsten Beißwenger (collaborator). (BWV2a ed.). Breitkopf & Härtel. p. 480. ISBN 9783765102493. Preface in English and German.
  6. ^ Zahn, Johannes (1891). Die Melodien der deutschen evangelischen Kirchenlieder (in German). IV. Bertelsmann. p. 98–99.
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