Seventeenth-Century Lutheran Meditations and Hymns
Paulist Press, 2011 - Music - 360 pages
A specialist in seventeenth-century Germany piety and devotional writings presents new translations of the prose works and hymnody from the century following the start of the Protestant Reformation
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