eHymns.org

Your online source for free hymn arrangements.
O, let us exalt our dear Lord and proclaim,
In songs of true gratitude, praise to His name!
As songs of the angels in sweetest accord,
Our thanks and our praises shall rise to the Lord.
-- Zion's Harp # 165

Author Bio Information

Naumann, Johann Philipp's bio information

December 27, 1774 - October 3, 1849

Johann Philipp Neumann (27 December 1774 – 3 October 1849) was an Austrian physicist, librarian and poet.

Born in Trebitsch in Moravia, he completed his studies at the University of Vienna. In 1803, he was appointed as a professor of physics at his local lyceum. He was transferred to the University of Graz in 1806, where he became a rector in 1811.

In 1815, he was appointed as a professor at the Polytechnic Institute in Vienna (now the Vienna University of Technology). He founded a library here in 1816, which he directed until 1845.

Neumann was a friend of the composer Franz Schubert.[1] Neumann adapted Georg Forster's translation of Shakuntala as a libretto for an opera, which Schubert commenced in 1820 but never competed.[2] Neumann, a liberal-minded churchman, was interested in simple music designed to appeal to "the widest possible congregation".[2] To this end, he wrote the text of 8 hymns and a translation of the Lord's Prayer, and commissioned the Deutsche Messe from his friend in 1826.

He retired in 1844, and died in Vienna in 1849.

Source: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Johann_Philipp_Neumann

Franz Eybl (http://gutenberg.spiegel.de/gutenb_load/autoren/bilder/neumann.jpg, Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=12430956),

The last 10 hymns uploaded.