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Nun laszt uns gehn und treten.--(Goed. 19.)

[New Year.]

Evidently written during the Thirty Years' War. It first appeared in Crü.--Runge, 1653, no. 106, in 15 stanzas of 4 lines; thence in Wackernagel: no. 12; Bachmann: no. 24; Berlin G. L. S.: 1863, no. 200.

English Versions:
1. In prayer your voices raise ye.

In full, by J. Kelly, 1867, p. 45. From this 8 stanzas are included in the Ohio Lutheran Hymnal, 1880. 124124alt., The Lutheran Hymnal, 1941, no. 122.

2. Now let each humble creature.

In the Suppl. to Ger. Psal., 1765, p. 4, and Select Hymns from Ger. Psal., Tranquebar, 1754, p. 7. In the Moravian Hymn Bk., 1789, no. 507 (1849, no. 1106) greatly altered and beginning, "Year after year commenceth."

3. O come with prayer and singing.

R. Massie in the British Herald, Jan., 1865, p. 8.

4. Christians all, with one accord.

E. Massie, 1867, p. 168.

5. With notes of joy and songs of praise.

Dr. R. Maguire, 1883, p. 24.


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