2 edition of Susanna and Catherine Winkworth, Clifton, Manchester and the German connection found in the catalog.
Susanna and Catherine Winkworth, Clifton, Manchester and the German connection
Peter N. Skrine
|Statement||by Peter Skrine.|
|Series||Occasional paper. Second series / the Hymn Society of Great Britain and Ireland ;, no. 2, June 1992, Occasional paper., no. 2.|
|Contributions||Hymn Society of Great Britain and Ireland.|
|LC Classifications||BV330.W53 S57 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||13,  p. ;|
|Number of Pages||13|
|LC Control Number||92223544|
manchester tells charlotte smith mary meta writes london visit published winkworth wants Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for . Catherine Winkworth was born in No, Ely Place, Holborn, on the 13th September Her parents moved to Manchester while she was still very young as her father had a silk mill (at Macclesfield?); & Emily & Susanna were left with their grandmother Winkworth & her daughter, Eliza, who had lived with them in Ely Place, & they went to live at.
Clifton College Register, –, compiled by Oakeley, E. M.: historical preface by Wilson, J. M. Margaret Josephine. Memoirs of two sisters, Susanna and Catherine Winkworth. Shirreff, Emily Anne Eliza. Intellectual education and its influence on women. The condition and education of poor children in English. Catherine Winkworth (Septem - July 1, ) was an English translator. She is best known for bringing the German chorale tradition to many English speakers with her translations of many hymns. Catherine Winkworth was born in London at 20 Ely Place, Holborn. She was the fourth daughter of Henry Winkworth, a silk merchant. Winkworth lived most of her life in Manchester.
manchester faithfully dec margaret sincerely see cbl shirley elizabeth oct Post a Review. You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read. Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed. Catherine Winkworth (13 September – 1 July ) translated the German chorale tradition of church hymns for English speakers, for which she is recognized liturgically by Episcopal Church and Evangelical Lutheran Church in America. She also worked for wider educational opportunities for girls, and translated biographies of two founders of religious .
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Catherine and Susanna Winkworth WINKWORTH, CATHERINE (), author, was born in London at 20 Ely Place, Holborn, on 13 Sept. She was the fourth daughter of Henry Winkworth, a silk merchant, the youngest son of William Winkworth, an evangelical clergyman and a member of a Berkshire family.
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This led to his building a house Manchester and the German connection book to which the family moved in June (Thornfield), but I remained behind in Manchester with my brother Stephen (removing to a little house in Nelson Street) until his marriage in " (Susanna Winkworth) The home was then broken up, & Susanna returned to Alderley Edge.
Robin Leaver, “Catherine Winkworth’s place in English hymnody,” The Hymn, vol. 29, no. 4 (), pp. HathiTrust. Peter Skrine, Susanna and Catherine Winkworth: Clifton, Manchester and the German Connection (Hymn Society Occasional Paper, Second Series, No 2.
Winkworth, Susanna, [ Book: ] View online (access conditions) Theologia Germanica / translated from the German by Susanna Winkworth Franckforter [ Book: ] Susanna and Catherine Winkworth, Clifton, Manchester and the German connection / by Peter Skrine Skrine, Peter N.
Winkworth, Catherine Author b Ely Place, Saffron Hill liberty, Holborn, Londond Monnetier, Savoy, France Her early life was spent in the Manchester area, where with her eldest sister Susanna she was educated; in she moved with her silk-manufacturer father to the suburb of Alderley Edge, encouraged in her German studies by (the Rev) William and Mrs.
The combined work of the sisters thus represented ‘the two pillars of German devotional literature’ (P. Skrine). SUSANNA WINKWORTH (), translator, was born in London on 13 Aug.and received much the same education as her sister Catherine.
About Susanna told Mrs. Gaskell that she would like to translate the life of Author: Kleurrijk. I am looking for stories on her life that make her interesting and show her Christian devotion. If Catherine has any relative out there, please contact me at [email protected] Catherine Winkworth Father - Henry Winkworth of Alderley Edge Cheshire Born Sept.
13, Lived near Manchester for her early life. iv. catherine winkworth and german hymnody. Catherine was influenced by the theology of F.D. Maurice, and became convinced that a belief in the divinity of Christ was a necessary component for achieving church : Rachel Webster.
Catherine developed a fluency in German and an intense interest in German literature ; like her elder sister, Susanna Winkworth, she was an extraordinarily gifted translator.
Catherine studied and translated German hymns, including a first collection of translations of common hymns in Lyra Germanica, published in Her sister Susanna Winkworth (–) was also a translator, mainly of German devotional works.
Chorale tradition. Catherine Winkworth spent a year in Dresden, during which time she took an interest in German hymnody. Aroundshe published her book Lyra Germanica, a collection of German hymns which she had chosen and translated into.
Catherine Winkworth (b. Holborn, London, England, ; d. Monnetier, Savoy, France, ) is well known for her English translations of German hymns; her translations were polished and yet remained close to the original.
Educated initially by her mother, she lived with relatives in Dresden, Germany, in Susanna and Catherine Winkworth, Clifton, Manchester and the German connection by Peter N Skrine (Book) Memorials of two sisters, Susanna and Catherine Winkworth by Mary J Shaen (Book).
by Peter N. Skrine, Lillian R. Furst, Lilian R. Furst 1 edition - first published in Not in Library Susanna and Catherine Winkworth, Clifton, Manchester and the German connection. Catherine Winkworth was born in London inand spent most of her life in Manchester.
In she went to Dresden, Germany, to stay for a year. In (or ?) she published a collection of translations of German hymns into English, called Lyra Germanica.
It was an instant success, and went into 23 editions. Full text of "Memorials of two sisters, Susanna and Catherine Winkworth;" See other formats. Winkworth, Susanna (–)English writer, translator, and social reformer. Born on Augin London, England; died on November25,in Clifton, Bristol, England; daughter of Henry Winkworth (a silk merchant) and Susanna (Dickenson) Winkworth; sister of Catherine Winkworth (–); educated by governesses and tutors; privately studied German language.
Catherine Winkworth is not on our list of saints to be commemorated. However, she is commemorated as a hymnwriter with John Mason Neale on the liturgical calendar of the Episcopal Church (USA) (August 7) and on the Calendar of Saints of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (July 1).
WINKWORTH, CATHERINE (–), author, was born in London at 20 Ely Place, Holborn, on 13 Sept. She was the fourth daughter of Henry Winkworth, a silk merchant, the youngest son of William Winkworth, an evangelical clergyman and a member of a Berkshire family. Her mother, Susanna Dickenson, was daughter of a Kentish yeoman farmer.
Biography. Catherine Winkworth was born in London at 20 Ely Place, was the fourth daughter of Henry Winkworth, a silk merchant. Winkworth lived most of her life in studied also under the Unitarian minister, Rev. William Gaskell and with the English philosopher Dr.
James sister Susanna Winkworth (–) was also a translator, mainly of German.This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.Catherine Winkworth was born in London on Septem She was the fourth daughter of Henry Winkworth, a silk merchant.
She was a life-long member of the Church of England. After her birth, the family soon moved to Manchester where she lived most of her life.