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Isaac Posch (died 1623) was an Austrian composer and organist. He is chiefly known for his contribution to dance music Musicalische Ehrenfreudt 1618, and Musicalische Tafelfreudt 1621. Posch died in Ljubljana, Slovenia.
- The Harvard biographical dictionary of music - Page 689 Don Michael Randel - 1996 - Paul Peuerl and Isaac Posch: Instrumental- und Vokalwerke. ed. Karl Geiringer.
- The Cambridge history of seventeenth-century music - Page 519 Tim Carter, John Butt - 2005 Early examples by William Brade, Johannes Thesselius, Paul Peuerl, Johann Hermann Schein and Isaac Posch group dances in sequence, such as Thesselius's (1609) paduana-intrada-galliard, or Schein's (1617) padovana-gagliarda-courente- ..."
- The Allemande and the Tanz - Page 132 Richard Hudson - 2009 "Isaac Posch's Musicalische Ehrenfreudt (Regensburg"
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