Isaac Posch

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Isaac Posch (died 1623) was an Austrian composer and organist.[1] He is chiefly known for his contribution to dance music[2] Musicalische Ehrenfreudt 1618, and Musicalische Tafelfreudt 1621.[3] Posch died in Ljubljana, Slovenia.

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  1. ^ The Harvard biographical dictionary of music - Page 689 Don Michael Randel - 1996 - Paul Peuerl and Isaac Posch: Instrumental- und Vokalwerke. ed. Karl Geiringer.
  2. ^ 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- ..."
  3. ^ The Allemande and the Tanz - Page 132 Richard Hudson - 2009 "Isaac Posch's Musicalische Ehrenfreudt (Regensburg"