Vinko Jelić

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Vinko Jelić (1596 - after 22 July 1636; also Vincenz) was a Croatian-born baroque composer, singer and musician. He was born in Rijeka ("Fiume") and later studied in Graz.[1]

Works[edit]

  • Parnassia militia concertuum unius, duarum, trium et quatuor vocum tam nativis quam instrumentalibus vocibus ad organum concinendarum, op. 1. Argentinae, Typis Pauli Ledertz, 1622.
  • Arion primus sacrorum concertuum unius, duarum, trium et quatuor vocum ad organum concinendarum, op. 2. Augustae Tribocorum, Apud Paulum Ledertz, 1628.
  • Arion secundus psalmorum vespertinorum tam de tempore, quam de Beata Maria Virgine quatuor vocibus, alternatim ad organum concinendarum adiunctis Magnificat, Salve regina, & octo tonis ad omnia strumenta accomodatis, op. 3. Augustae Tribocorum, Apud Paulum Ledertz, 1628.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "JELIĆ, Vinko" (in Croatian). Retrieved 9 November 2014.

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