Johann Wilhelm Furchheim
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Johann Wilhelm Furchheim (Dresden, ca. 1635–1682) was a German violinist, composer and pupil of Heinrich Schütz. Like his colleague Clemens Thieme he came from the neighborhood around the Dresden court.
Works, editions and recordings
- Sonata in D major
- Sonatella in A major (both scored for three violins, two violas, and continuo)
- Charles E. Brewer - The Instrumental Music of Schmeltzer, Biber, Muffat 2011 p249
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