He wrote the paraphrase of the Lord's Prayer in , corresponding to his explanation of the prayer in his Kleiner Katechismus Small Catechism. The hymn was published in Leipzig in in Valentin Schumann's hymnal Gesangbuch ,  with a title explaining "The Lord's Prayer briefly expounded and turned into metre". It was likely first published as a broadsheet. In English-language publications, the tune has also appeared with various unrelated texts, and its use in English and Scottish Psalters as a setting for Psalm has led to the tune being referred to as "Old th" in some hymnals. Numerous composers used the hymn tune, some also the text. Johann Ulrich Steigleder composed 40 three-part variations on the hymn tune and published them as a Tabulaturbuch in Strasbourg in Dieterich Buxtehude set the hymn twice as a chorale prelude.
It was first written down in Greek Pater Hemon and has been translated in almost all languages. In the Protestant tradition, it is part of the prayer. In the Roman-Catholic Mass, the priest says a few additional prayers between the Our Father and the doxology. Hallowed be thy name. Thy kingdom come. Thy will be done in earth, as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread.
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Matt Chorales - H. He wrote the paraphrase of the Lord's Prayer in , corresponding to his explanation of the prayer in his Kleiner Katechismus Small Catechism. He dedicated one stanza to each of the seven petitions and framed it with an opening and a closing stanza, each stanza in six lines. Luther revised the text several times, as extant manuscript show, concerned to clarify and improve it. He chose and possibly adapted an older anonymous melody, which was possibly associated with secular text, after he had first selected a different one. Other hymn versions of the Lord's Prayer from the 16th and 20th-century have adopted the same tune, known as "Vater unser" and "Old th". The hymn was published in Leipzig in in Valentin Schumann's hymnal Gesangbuch , with a title explaining "The Lord's Prayer briefly expounded and turned into metre". It was likely first published as a broadsheet. Bach: Ver Work Mvt.
Good work, just one thing: 'Schuld' means here 'guilt', likewise 'Schuldigern' are people who did 'us' wrong, means that 'we' should be forgiving. Thank you, caillean. I've made the correction. I've always been curious about the line "wie auch wir" Is the literal meaning something along the lines of "how we too" or "as we also"? Become a translator Request new lyrics translation.