Project Runeberg has published the following works that this author has translated:
Born in a family of German nobility in Reval (Tallinn, Estonia), Russian empire, studied in Dorpat (Tartu, Estonia), worked at the empire's ministry of ecclesiastic affairs (education) in Saint Petersburg and died there, buried at the Volkovo Lutheran cemetery.
In 1813, he translated Derzhavin's hymn (Grom pobedy, razdavaisia, 1791) into German (Siegesdonner, erklinge). He studied the Serbian language and published a collection of translated folk songs: Serbische Volkslieder (1827), which were translated into Swedish by Johan Ludvig Runeberg: Serviska folksånger (1830).
Find other Nordic Authors named Goetze,
others born in 1793
or deceased in 1880.
Look for more information in Bibsys, Det Kgl. Bibliotek, Google (search, book search), Hathi Trust, Internet Archive, Libris, Nasjonalbiblioteket (bøker, tidsskrifter), Project Gutenberg, Yahoo.