Rupert Ignaz Mayr

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Rupert Ignaz Mayr (1646 in Schärding – 7 February 1712 in Freising) was a German violinist, composer and Kapellmeister in Munich at the court of Maximilian II Emanuel, Elector of Bavaria.[1][2]

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  1. ^ The Courtly Consort Suite in German-Speaking Europe, 1650-1706 Michael Robertson - 2009 "Mayr's collection is probably the earliest music here, and I shall deal with it first. Throughout his career, Rupert Ignaz Mayr was a court musician and, for most of it, he was at the Munich court of the music-loving Elector Maximilian (II) Emanuel.
  2. ^ Historic Brass Society Newsletter 2005 - No 18 - Page 65 "Rupert Ignaz Mayr was a minor master active in Bavaria during the last quarter of the 17th and early-18th century."