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Text: Wilhelm II von Sachsen-Weimar (?) 1648, Strophe 4 Gotha 1651, Melodie: Gochsheim / Redwitz 1628, Görlitz 1648, Evangelisches Gesangbuch Nr. 155, aufgenommen in der Kirche St. Cosmae und Damiani in Hassel.
Wikipedia has background “Herr Jesu Christ, dich zu uns wend” at:
Also a digital image of the page where it appears the in Neu-vermehrtes Würtembergisches Gesangbuch (1691) of Daniel Speer and Johann Habermann:
The soprano line is clearly singable (in my register, which obviously doesn’t correspond to the soprano clef in the 1691 Gesangbuch. (!)
Lord Jesus Christ, Be Present Now
Hymnary.org has a “representative text,” which is basically Catherine Winkworth’s at
… and copies from a variety of hymnals, mostly Lutheran, including the 1958 Service Book and Hymnal and the 1941 hymnal. They’re all in F (and look like they would transpose best to DAD).