Item description for Enter His Court with Singing by Carlton M. Hughes...
At the close of the fifteenth century came a talented young man from a small German village whose only ambition was to serve God as a musician. Lorenz Lemlin was a gifted singer and player of the lute, but he was destined to become much more. Providence led him to Heidelberg where he eventually became an instrumental figure at the beginning of the Protestant Reformation.
From the lofty ramparts of the Heidelberg Castle, he was poised to watch history unfold around him. He was surrounded by scenes such as Martin Luther's defiance of Rome and subsequent trial at Worms, the bloody Peasants' Rebellion, and a sympathetic ruler who embraced Luther's doctrines.
In Heidelberg, Lemlin finds God's will for his life in the ministry of music at the court of Elector Ludwig V. While attending the university, Lorenz meets Liesl Gunter, a pretty tailor's daughter with whom he shares happiness and sorrow. Their eventual love is deceitfully stolen from them, but each finds strength in God's love for the dangerous and lonely challenges that lay ahead.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9" Width: 6" Height: 0.45" Weight: 0.65 lbs.
Release Date Sep 1, 2000
Publisher Writers Club Press
ISBN 0595133576 ISBN13 9780595133574
Availability 134 units. Availability accurate as of Jan 21, 2017 06:01.
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More About Carlton M. Hughes
Hughes is chiefly a musician, specifically a music historian. He was a high school music teacher and college music instructor. He also served several Presbyterian Churches as organist/music director.
Carlton M. Hughes currently resides in the state of Georgia.
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Imaginative! Dec 13, 2000
Mr Hughes has clearly laboured most passionately to construct this magnificent tale of life, love and loss. He has cleverly woven a fictional human drama, around real people and historically significant events, that engages and enraptures the reader into an incredibly entertaining and, I dare say, educational experience. Highly recommended! ....