Samuel Ebart

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Samuel Ebart (1655-1684) was a German baroque composer.

He was Kantor and organist of Halle's Market Church, and on his death was succeeded by Friedrich Wilhelm Zachow.[1] His best known surviving work is a solo motet Miserere Christe mei, which was among tenor Hugues Cuénod's concert pieces in the 1930s;[2] it has also been recorded by soprano Ruth Ziesak.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ IMSLP/Petrucci Music Library
  2. ^ La Revue musicale - Volume 18 1937 - Page viii concert MISERERE CHRISTE MEI S. EBART Ténor : M. H. CUENOD. . (Organiste à Halle: 1655- 1684)
  3. ^ Early Music Review - Issues 105-110 -2005 Page 28 Reviews Ruth Ziesak Capriccio ... that have been already recorded several times, such as Franz Tunder's Ach Herr, lass deine lieben Engelein, there are intriguing discoveries, such as dance variations by Johann Vierdanck or a Miserere by the Halle organist Samuel Ebart."