Bartholomaeus Praetorius

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Bartholomaeus Praetorius (1590?–1623?) was a German composer. He was born around 1590 in Marienburg, now Malbork, Poland. He studied at the University of Königsberg and subsequently was employed by King Gustavus Adolphus in Sweden. Some of his motets and five part instrumental music has survived. He died in 1623.


  • Newe Liebliche Paduanen und Galliarden (Berlin, 1616)

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