Johann Bernhard Staudt
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Staudt was born in Vienna. His best-known work is the 1685 chamber opera Patientis Christi Memoria ("Memory of the Suffering of Christ"), which takes place at Jesus' tomb before the Resurrection. The work had lain unperformed for over three centuries when it was revived by Boston College in 2003 after being discovered in the National Library of Austria.
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