Johann Grabbe

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Johann Gottlieb Grabbe (1585–1655) was a German composer.

A child prodigy, he became a member of the Bückeburg Court choir at 11, learned the organ from Cornelius Conradus, succeeded him as organist, and was then, like Heinrich Schütz, awarded a scholarship to study with Giovanni Gabrieli in Venice. While there, Grabbe published his Primo libro of madrigals as his graduation thesis.[1]

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  1. ^ Anthony Rooley Essay in booklet to, Il Primo Libro di Madrigali MDG

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