ArtistInfo Logo  ArtistInfo

Artist Portrait

Rudolf Alexander Schroeder

1878-1962 DE

A.k.a. Rudolf Alexander Schröder

Rudolf Alexander Schröder (January 26, 1878 – August 22, 1962) was a German translator and poet. Much of his work is Christian lyrical verse. He was a member of the Confessing Church which resisted Nazi Germany. Furthermore, Schröder wrote the poem "Hymne an Deutschland" which the then president of the Federal Republic of Germany, Theodor Heuss, wanted to establish as new national anthem.In 1962 he was awarded the Johann-Heinrich-Voß-Preis für Übersetzung.

External Links
Wikipedia Logo Wikipedia  Discogs Logo Discogs
ArtistInfo App
ArtistInfo for iOS and ArtistInfo for Mac are presenting musicians, composers and producers that are envolved in the musical work that you are listening to in Apple Music, iTunes, or Spotify. Discover new music via the network among artists. Manage your favorite musicians and albums via iCloud and share recommendations with your friends via email, AirDrop, or Social Media.

App Store Logo     Mac App Store Logo

To all the music fans that are contributing on Discogs, MusicBrainz and Wikipedia. Thanks to Franz Flückiger for providing Storygram used to visualize band membership.
ArtistInfo for Mac, iPad, and iPhone
ArtistInfo App
Universal Link:
ArtistInfo Community
Most seen topics within ArtistInfo:

Top 10 Artists    Top 20 Albums
What others are currently looking for:

Recent Artists    Recent Albums

ArtistInfo Logo ArtistInfo by Metason © 2015-2020 Metason Logo