Johannes Galliculus

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Johannes Galliculus (Alectorius, Hähnel, Hennel) (ca. 1490 in Dresden; ca. 1550 in Leipzig) was a German music theorist and composer.

He was active ca. 1520 in Leipzig. He was the cantor of the Thomanerchor from 1520 to 1525.

Works[edit]

Editions: Johannes Galliculus: Gesamtausgabe der Werke, ed. A.A. Moorefield, Gesamtausgaben, viii (Brooklyn, NY, 1975–)

  • Passio Domino nostri Jesu Christi, 4vv, 1538
  • Mass Christ ist erstanden 4vv, 1539
  • Aliud officium Paschale, 4vv, 1539
  • Proprium mass for Christmas, 4vv, 1545
  • Magnificat quarti toni, 4vv,
  • Magnificat quinti toni, 4vv
  • Magnificat septimi toni, 4vv
  • Motets, 4vv:
    • Apparuit benignitas, 4vv
    • Ave vivens, hostie
    • Cavete a scribis
    • Christus resurgens
    • Duo homines ascenderunt
    • Immunem semper
    • In cathedra Moysi
    • In natali
    • Non ex operibus
    • Venite post me
  • Psalm. Quare fremuerunt gentes, 4vv

Doubtful works[edit]

  • Enlive psallant;
  • Joseph, lieber Joseph, mein

Theorical works[edit]

  • Isagoge de compositione cantus

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