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Johann Nauwach (1595–1630) was the only significant German composer of solo songs before 1630.
Works, editions and recordings
- Libro primo di arie passegiate a una voce per cantar, e sonar nel chitarone, & altri simili istromenti Dresden, 1623
- Erster Theil Teütscher Villanellen mit 1., 2. und 3. Stimmen auf die Tiorba, Laute, Clavicymbel, und andere Instrumenta gerichtet Freiberg: Georg Hoffmann, 1627
- Andreas Scholl Jetztund kömpt die Nacht herbey
- New Oxford history of music Jack Allan Westrup, Jack Allan Westrup - 1990 "German publications of this period show that these were the only potent Italian influences. The only significant German composer of solo songs before 1630 was Johann Nauwach, a musician in the service of the Elector of Saxony; ..."
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