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Page 1/2 Engraved by Verovio 3.15.0-5abc7c0 Ah, Who Lo, For There ho was the me, fore, ly the Good kind kind Verse Je guilt Shep Je Je sus, y herd sus, sus, how who for was since hast brought the thine I thou this sheep in can of up is car not fend on of na pay ed, thee? fered; tion, thee, 5 that A the thy I we las, slave mor do to my hath tal a judge trea sin sor dore thee son, ned, row, thee, have Je and and and in sus, the thy will hate hath Son life’s ev pre un hath o er tend done suf bla pray ed? thee. fered; tion, thee, 9 By ’Twas for thy think foes I, our death on de Lord a of thy rid Je tone an pit ed, sus, ment, guish y by I while and and thine it we thy thy own was no bit love re de thing ter un ject nied heed pas swerv ed, thee: ed, sion, ing, title Ah, holy Jesus, how hast thou offended My.Hymnary #205 - Ah, holy Jesus, how hast thou offended TEXT: Johann Heermann, 1630; trans. Robert Seymour Bridges, 1899, alt. MUSIC (HERZLIEBSTER JESU 11.11.11.5): Johann Crger, 1640 Page 2/2 Engraved by Verovio 3.15.0-5abc7c0 13 O I God for not most cru in my my af ci ter sal de flict fied ced va serv ed! thee. ed. tion. ing. –  page 2  – My.Hymnary #205 - Ah, holy Jesus, how hast thou offended TEXT: Johann Heermann, 1630; trans. Robert Seymour Bridges, 1899, alt. MUSIC (HERZLIEBSTER JESU 11.11.11.5): Johann Crger, 1640
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First Line:
Ah, holy Jesus, how hast thou offended
Title:
Ah, holy Jesus, how hast thou offended
German Title:
haerzliebster Jesu, was hast du verbrochen
Author:
Johann Heermann (1630)
Translator:
Robert Bridges (1897)
Meter:
11.11.11.5
Source:
Based on an 11th century Latin meditation
Language:
English
Copyright:
Public Domain

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Title:
HERZLIEBSTER JESU
Composer:
Johann Crüger (1640)
Meter:
11.11.11.5
Copyright:
Public Domain