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16251673
a German composer, organist, theorist, and Protestant church musician. In 1648 he published the Compendium per tenellis, a theoretical treatise on choral singing which was reprinted several times during his lifetime and for a last time 50 years later by his son Johann Georg (the last edition appeared in 1704). Much of his compositional output consists of sacred choral and vocal works, instrumental music, and organ music. He is best known for motets, sacred concertos and hymn melodies,
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