German musician

Michael Praetorius (February 15, 1571 - February 15, 1621)
Michael Praetorius (February 15, 1571 - February 15, 1621)
Michael Praetorius, original name Michael Schultheiss, (born February 15?, 1571, Creuzburg, Thuringia [Germany]--died February 15, 1621, Wolfenbuttel, Brunswick-Wolfenbuttel), German music theorist and composer whose Syntagma musicum (1614-20) is a principal source for knowledge of 17th-century music and whose settings of Lutheran chorales are important examples of early 17th-century religious music.He studied at Frankfurt an der Oder and was organist and eventually court kapellmeister to Duke Heinrich Julius of Brunswick-Wolfenbuttel. After his patron's death in 1613,..
Friedrich Chrysander (July 08, 1826 - September 03, 1901)
Friedrich Chrysander (July 08, 1826 - September 03, 1901)
Friedrich Chrysander, in full Karl Franz Friedrich Chrysander, (born July 8, 1826, Lubtheen, Mecklenburg, Ger.--died Sept. 3, 1901, Hamburg), German music historian and critic, whose collection of the works of George Frideric Handel and authoritative writings on many other composers established him as a pioneer of 19th-century musicology.Chrysander's early career was as a private tutor, but his strong interest in music led, briefly, to composition and then to music criticism and scholarship. His first publications were reviews and articles for local journals, which were followed..
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