Preface to Silesius's Chant Book, Wroclaw (1657)

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Preface to Silesius's Chant Book, Wroclaw (1657), Primary Sources on Copyright (1450-1900), eds L. Bently & M. Kretschmer,

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Preface to Angelus Silesius's und Georgius Josephus's 'Holy Delight of the Soul or Spiritual Pastoral Songs of a Soul Fallen in Love with Jesus'

Full title original language:
Heilige Seelen-Lust oder geistliche Hirten-Lieder der in ihren Jesum verliebten Psyche / gesungen von Angelo Silesio, und von Georgio Josepho mit außbundig schönen Melodeyen geziert

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Author: Angelus Silesius (lyrics) / Georgius Josephus (also Georg Joseph) (music)

Publisher: Baumann and Gründer

Year: 1657

Location: Wroclaw

Language: German

Source: Kirchenbibliothek Neustadt/Aisch

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Angelus Silesius
Baumann, Georg
Josephus, Georgius
Sebastian of Rostock

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Wroclaw (Breslau)

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