Clemens Thieme

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Clemens Thieme (1631 in Grossdittmansdorf, Dresden – 1668) was a German Baroque composer. He was born in the area around the Dresden court and studied as a pupil of Heinrich Schütz. He was 11 when he went with Philipp Stolle to Denmark.[1]

Works, editions and recordings[edit]

  • Sonatas
  • Rondeau


  1. ^ Erik Kjellberg The dissemination of music in seventeenth-century Europe p177 2010 "... he wrote out a detailed set of rules and regulations and suggested capable musicians, among them his former students Johann Jacob Lowe (1629-1703) and Clemens Thieme (1631-1668).