Andreas Berger (composer)

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Andreas Berger (1584–1656) was a German composer whose works featured in the collection of J. S. Bach. He was the son-in-law of the English emigre musician William Brade.[1]

Works, editions, and recordings[edit]

  • Eight Part Canon in the Eighth Mode for Two Double Reed Quartet Choirs.
  • Berger, Andreas: »Da pacem Domine & c. ... Deo ter opt. maximo, regi regum, Domino exercituum, principi pacis ...«. Augsburg: Johann Ulrich Schönig, 1635. Konzert zu 10 Stimmen in 2 Chören (SSATB/SATBB). On Friedens-Seufftzer und Jubel-Geschrey - Music for the Peace of Westphalia. Weser-Renaissance Ensemble Bremen dir. Manfred Cordes. cpo


  1. ^ Christopher Hogwood Handel 2007