Bernhard Klingenstein

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Music in Augsburg Cathedral, painted 1616 by Tobias Maurer and presumably depicting the back of a white-surpliced Klingenstein and the organist Christian Erbach.

Life

Born: 1545 or 1546

Died: 1 March 1614, aged 68

Biography: Active at Augsburg cathedral, where he was a contemporary and close colleague of Gregor Aichinger.

View the Wikipedia article on Bernhard Klingenstein.

List of choral works

 
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Publications

  • "Maria süss, hilf dass ich büss" in Rosetum Marianum: unser lieben Frawen Rosengertlein … durch 33 beriembte Musicos … componirt, 5vv (Dillingen, 1604
  • 9 works in Triodia sacra … liber I, 3vv (Dillingen, 1605, only one partbook surviving)
  • Liber primus [34] s[acrarum] symphoniarum, 1–8vv (Munich, 1607)
  • 4 works in Seth Calvisius' Biciniorum libri duo (Leipzig, 1612)

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