Augustana Synod Hymnal (1901).
Adolf Fredriks Bachkör [Bach choir]. Directed by Anders Öhrwall. The melody is German and from 1710," says YouTube user stigekalder, Niels Brandt, who also maintains a website of Bach quotations. "Possibly the composer is Johan Georg Christian Störl (1675-1719). The text is in the Swedish Psalm Book."
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Rejmyre Musikkår [town band in Reijmyre]. At an open-air service on Ascension Day in the spring of 2011.In 2014, the Sverige Vår Historia (Sweden, Our History) Facebook community posted the hymn and asked members if they had sung it in school, and 35 or 40 recalled it fondly. "Before classes began," said one. "To a tired old pump organ that puffed up the tones." Another was more positive about the "piano-organ" in her classroom, as "there sat fröken (teacher, lit. miss) playing it while we sang. Sounds like 100 years ago, but only half that long!" Emil i Lönneberga.
Nordiska psalmodikonförbundet. A selection from their CD. NPsF is a revival group in Stockholm. In comments, viewer Ann-Sofie Nilsson writes, "My grandmother Klara used to play and sing this song for me when I was a child, her brother Sigvard was the last one in a long line of psalmodikon builders in our family he was the 7 or 8 generation. I never thought that I would hear someone play it again thank you so much it was lovely.