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Johann Hermann Schein, Philipp Dulichius, Erasmus Widmann, Orlando DiLasso, Francesco Durante, Heinrich Schütz, Heinrich Albert, Melchior Vulpius, Johann Crüger, Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck, Laubacher Kantorei, Georg Goebel - Ich Freue Mich Im Herren - Mote album

Johann Hermann Schein, Philipp Dulichius, Erasmus Widmann, Orlando DiLasso, Francesco Durante, Heinrich Schütz, Heinrich Albert, Melchior Vulpius, Johann Crüger, Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck, Laubacher Kantorei, Georg Goebel - Ich Freue Mich Im Herren - Mote album
  • Performer Johann Hermann Schein
  • Title Ich Freue Mich Im Herren - Motetten Und Lieder Alter Meister
  • Style Baroque
  • Other formats MP1 WAV AA ADX MP4 XM VQF
  • Genre Classical
  • Size MP3 1636 mb
  • Size FLAC 1915 mb
  • Rating: 4.9
  • Votes: 531

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Erasmus Widmann (1572-1634). Daentz und Gaillarden aus "Musikalischer Tugendspiegel". 17. Sophia (N. 3) - Anna (N. ). Johann Hermann Schein (1586-1630). Drei Suiten aus "Banchetto Musicale" (Leipzig, 1617).

Johann Hermann Schein, (born Jan. 20, 1586, Grünhain, Saxony -died Nov. 19, 1630, Leipzig), German composer of sacred and secular music, one of the earliest (with Michael Praetorius and Heinrich Schütz) to introduce the Italian Baroque style into German music. Schein’s father, a teacher and pastor, died when the boy was seven, and the family moved from rural Grünhain back to Dresden, its former home. Be on the lookout for your Britannica newsletter to get trusted stories delivered right to your inbox. More About Johann Hermann Schein. 1 reference found in Britannica articles.

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A1 Motette Für Fünfstimmiger Chor
Composed By – Johann Hermann Schein
A2 Motette Für Einen Hohen Und Einen Tiefen Vierstimmigen Chor
Composed By – Philipp Dulichius
A3 Motette Für Sechstimmigen Chor
Composed By – Erasmus Widmann
A4 Motette Für Vierstimmigen Chor
Composed By – Orlando DiLasso
A5 Motette Für Zwei Vierstimmige Chöre
Composed By – Francesco Durante
A6 Motette Für Fünfstimmigen Chor SWV 372
Composed By – Heinrich Schütz
B1 Gott Des Himmels Und Der Erde, Vater Sohn Und Heiliger Geist ...
Composed By – Heinrich Albert
B2 Die Helle Sonne Leuchtet' Jetzt Herfür, Fröhlich Vom Schlaf ...
Composed By – Melchior Vulpius
B3 Lobet Den Herrn, Alle, Die Ihn Ehren; Lasst Uns Mit Freuden ...
Composed By – Johann Crüger
B4 Halleluja, Singt Neue Lieder! Die Huld Des Herrn ... Psalm 149
Composed By – Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck
B5 Mein Ganzes Herz Erhebet Dich, Vor Dir Will Ich Mein Loblied Singen ... Psalm 138
Composed By – Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck
B6 Ich Schau Zu Jenen Bergen Fern Mit Sehnender Begier: Woher Kommt ... Psalm 121
Composed By – Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck
B7 Mein Gott Und Herr, Du Bist Mein Höchstes Gut, ... Psalm 145
Composed By – Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck

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  • Label Code: LC 3505
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