Philipp Schöndorff

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Philipp Schöndorff or Philippus Schoendorff/Philipp Schoendorpp (1558 – after 1617) was a Flemish singer, trumpeter and composer at the court of Rudolf II under kapellmeister Philippe de Monte as a contemporary of Carl Luython, Giorgi Flori and Jacob Regnart. He was born in Liége and died in Prague.[1]

Works, editions and recordings[edit]

  • Missa super "La dolce vista" 1587; based on one of Monte's madrigals, and dedicated to Rudolf II.
  • Missa super "Usquequo Domine" a 6.
  • Motets Odae suavissimae; dedicated to the court chaplain Jacques Chimarrhaeus, also from Liège and also a singer in the chapel. incomplete.
  • Magnificat sexti toni a 5, Venice 1593 Nuremberg 1600
  • Motets Veni Sancte Spiritus a 5, Te decet hymnus a 6, Nuremberg 1600
  • More tibi veteri[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Biographie nationale: Volumes 10-12 Académie royale des sciences, des lettres et des beaux-arts de Belgique - 1889 Regnart A la mort de Philippe de Monte, en 1603, il lui succède en qualité de compositeur de la chapelle impériale Com- ponist der ... En 1610, il compose trois pièces à cinq et six voix pour le recueil du Liégeois Philippe Schoendorff,
  2. ^ Die Motetten des Philippe de Monte (1521-1603) - Page 238 Michael Silies - 2009 Philippus Schoendorff More tibi veteri