Julius Johann Weiland

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Julius Johannes Weiland (ca. 1605 – 2 April 1663)[1] was a minor German composer.

He was a singer and harpsichordist at the Wolfenbüttel court at the time of Augustus the Younger, Duke of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel.[2] With Johann Jacob Löwe (1628–1703), organist at Eisenach, he published Zweyer gleichgesinnten Freunde Tugend- und Schertz Lieder (1657).[3] He died in Wolfenbüttel.

The small number of surviving works include:

References[edit]

  1. ^ The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians. London: Macmillan Publishers, 1980.
  2. ^ Friedrich Blume Die Musik in Geschichte und Gegenwart: Vollerthun-Zyganow 1968 "Weiland scheint sich als Sänger und Cembalist hervorgetan und bei den Wolfenbütteler Musik- und ... Bc, „Veni sancte Spiritus", „Salve Jesu", beide 3v., 2 V. u. Bc, „Factum est proelium" 5v., 2 V. u. ."
  3. ^ Thöne und Melodeyen, Arien und Canzonetten: zur Musik des deutschen Barockliedes
  4. ^ Trevor Croucher Early music discography: from plainsong to the sons of Bach: Vol.1 1981
  5. ^ Swedish journal of musicology Vol 47-48 Svenska samfundet för musikforskning - 1966
  6. ^ Recording on Hanseatic Wedding music. Weser-Renaissance Ensemble Bremen dir. Manfred Cordes. (CPO)
  7. ^ Geoffrey Webber North German church music in the age of Buxtehude 1996 p88

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