1637–1676

Ju­ly 8, 1637, Lü­ne­burg, Ger­ma­ny.

De­cem­ber 4, 1676, Stet­tin, Ger­ma­ny (now Szcze­cin, Po­land).

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Ebeling stu­died the­ol­o­gy at the Un­i­ver­si­ty of Helm­stedt.

In 1660, he be­came head of the Ham­burg Col­leg­i­um. In 1662, he suc­ceeded Jo­hann Crü­ger as can­tor of St. Ni­cho­las Church in Ber­lin.

In 1667, he be­gan teach­ing mu­sic and Greek in Stet­tin. Eb­e­ling worked with hymn­ist Paul Ger­hardt, writ­ing mu­sic for over 100 of Ger­hardt’s works. He al­so wrote about mu­sic hi­st­ory.

  1. Die Güld­ne Sonne
  2. Du Meine Seele, Singe
  3. Ebeling
  4. Nicht So Trau­rig
  5. Voller Wu­nder