Carl Doving   2 comments

Hymnal for Church and Home 1938

Above:  Part of the Title Page of the Danish-American Lutheran Hymnal for Church and Home (1938)

The Reverend Carl Doving (1867-1937) was a Norwegian-born U.S. Lutheran pastor fluent in seven languages:  Norwegian, English, German, Icelandic, Swedish, Danish, and Greek.  He translated German and Scandinavian hymns into English.  Many of those translations became part of The Lutheran Hymnary (1913).


To God the Anthem Raising:

O Sing With Exultation:

How Blessed is the Little Flock:

The Lord My Faithful Shepherd Is:

Before Thee, God, Who Knowest All:

Lord God, Our Father:

Te Deum Laudamus (II):

I Come to Thee, O Blessed Lord:

O Lord, Hear Thou My Calling:

Abide Among Us, We Implore Thee:

Holy Jesus! Fountain Streaming:

Jesus, Master! At Thy Word:


Posted September 27, 2013 by neatnik2009 in Sources D, The Lutheran Hymnary (1913/1935)

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