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  1. Vokales und instrumentales Komponieren in Johann Hermann Scheins Opella nova ander Theil (European university studies. Series XXXVI, Musicology) (German Edition) by Nicole Restle, 2000
  2. Johann Hermann Schein Und Das Weltliche Deutsche Lied Des 17. Jahrhunderts (German Edition) by Arthur Prüfer, 2010-04-03
  3. Israelsbrunnlein 1623 (Schein, Johann Hermann.//Neue Ausgabe Samtlicher Werke, Vol 1) by Johann Hermann Schein, 1994-10
  4. Sechs Deutsche Motetten, vol.12, #3 by Johann Hermann Schein, 2009-06-27
  5. Sechs Deutsche Motetten, vol.12, #5 by Johann Hermann Schein, 2009-06-27
  6. Sechs Deutsche Motetten, vol.12, #6 by Johann Hermann Schein, 2009-06-27
  7. Sechs Deutsche Motetten, vol.12, #4 by Johann Hermann Schein, 2009-06-27
  8. Hirtenlust. Fünf weltliche Madrigale für fünf Stimmen und Basso continuo. Herausgegeben von Adam Adrio (Chor-Archiv) by Johann Hermann Schein, 1971
  9. Sechs Deutsche Motetten, vol.12, #2 by Johann Hermann Schein, 2009-06-27
  10. Sieben Chromatische Motetten Des Barock, vol.14, VII Sheet Music by Johann Hermann Schein, 2009-06-24
  11. Samtliche Werke: v. 1 by Johann Hermann Schein, 1971-04
  12. Sechs Deutsche Motetten, vol.12, #1 by Johann Hermann Schein, 2009-06-27
  13. Three Suites Form Banchetto Musicale for Five string or Wind Instruments (Hortus Musicus 213) by Johann Hermann Schein, 1972-01-01
  14. Person (Grünhain-Beierfeld): Johann Hermann Schein, Kunz Von Kauffungen, Wolfgang Kießling, Gustav Adolf Vodel, Christian Gottlob Steinmüller (German Edition)

1. SCHEIN, Johann Hermann
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2. Schein, Johann Hermann - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About
After the death of his father, a Lutheran pastor, he went to Dresden as a choirboy in the court chapel in 1599, to the grammarschool at Schulpforta in 1603, and to Leipzig
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3. JOHANN HERMANN SCHEIN, Ressources - Encyclopédie Universalis
SCHEIN, Johann Hermann 20, 1703 FIOCCO, JosephHector 20, 1855 CHAUSSON, Amedee-Ernest 20, 1870 LEKEU, Guillaume 20, 1894 PISTON, Walter Hamor 20, 1899
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4. Johann Hermann Schein - Classical Archives
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5. Schein, Johann Hermann Definition Of Schein, Johann Hermann In The Free Online E
Schein, Johann Hermann (born Jan. 20, 1586, Gr nhain, Saxony—died Nov. 19, 1630, Leipzig) German composer. After singing as a boy in the chapel of the elector of Saxony, he
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6. JOHANN HERMANN SCHEIN, Les Années De Formation - Encyclopédie Universalis
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Johann Hermann Schein naît à Grünhain (près d'Annaberg, en Saxe), en 1586 ; il est le fils d'un pasteur luthérien. Ce dernier meurt en 1593 ; sa veuve s'installe à Dresde avec ses cinq enfants en 1599. Johann Hermann Schein a treize ans ; il est enfant de chœur ( Kantoreiknabe ), et chante sous la direction de Rogier Michael (1554 env.-1619), dont il sera aussi l'élève. Il a pour précepteur Andreas Petermann, qui lui enseigne la  musica theoretica et practica . En 1603, une bourse du prince Christian II lui permet de s'inscrire à l'université de Leipzig, pour des études de droit ; mais il est aussi admis à l'école de Pforta, où il bénéficie d'une formation humaniste et musicale, du 18 mai 1603 au 26 avril 1607. L'année suivante, il étudie le droit et les  artes liberales  à Leipzig. Dès 1609, il publie sa première œuvre, 

7. Schein, Johann Hermann
Biographical data, recommended CDs, books and sheet music, bibliography, and link to biographical essay from Dr. Estrella s Incredibly Abridged Dictionary of Composers.
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Schein, Johann
Schein, Johann Hermann
Period: Baroque
Born:
Died:
Tuesday, November 19, 1630 in Leipzig, Germany
Nation of Origin: Germany
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General Bibliography:
Bukofzer, Manfred F., Music in the Baroque Era, from Monteverdi to Bach, Kennedy, Michael, The Oxford Dictionary of Music, Oxford University Press, 2nd Edition, 1997, ISBN: 0198691629 Palisca, Claude V. Baroque Music, Prentice Hall, December 1990, ISBN: 0130584967 Sadie, Stanley and Tyrrell, John; Editors, The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, Groves Dictionaries, Inc., January 2001, ISBN: 1561592390 Slonimsky, Nicolas and Kuhn, Laura; Editors, Baker's Biographical Dictionary of Musicians, Gale Group, December 2000, ISBN: 0028655257 Links to essays at other sites: Baroque Music by Claude V. Palisca Please note: These links will open in a new window. Biographical essay at the Naxos site If this link does not work, try searching naxos.com

8. Johann Schein - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Schein, Johann Hermann Alternative names Short description German composer Date of birth 20 January 1586 Place of birth Gr nhain, near Annaberg Date of death
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Johann Hermann Schein Johann Hermann Schein (January 20, 1586 – November 19, 1630) was a German composer of the early Baroque era. He was born in Grünhain and died in Leipzig . He was one of the first to import the early Italian stylistic innovations into German music, and was one of the most polished composers of the period.
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9. CHRISTMAS SONGS (In Dulci Jubilo) (Lautten Compagney, Kohler) - C10490
Biber, Heinrich Ignaz Franz von; Franck, Johann Wolfgang; Graupner, Christoph; Krieger, Johann Philipp; Praetorius, Michael; Schein, Johann Hermann; Schelle, Johann; Schemelli
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10. Johann Hermann Schein- Bio, Albums, Pictures – Naxos Classical Music.
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In 1616 the German composer and poet Johann Hermann Schein was appointed Thomaskantor in Leipzig, a position later held by Bach. His importance as a composer lies in the use he made of Italian monody and concerted style in Lutheran church music. Church Music Schein, primarily a vocal composer, wrote extensively for the church. Secular Vocal Music Schein wrote a number of madrigals and music suitable for either instruments or voices, again demonstrating Italian influence. Ensemble Music Schein's compositions also include some twenty Suites for instrumental ensemble.
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11. Schein, Johann Hermann
This page contains basic and accurate biographical information and links to essays about the Baroque composer Schein.
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Schein, Johann
Schein, Johann Hermann
Period: Baroque
Born:
Died:
Tuesday, November 19, 1630 in Leipzig, Germany
Nation of Origin: Germany
CLICK HERE for CDs of this composer.

CLICK HERE for Books about this composer.

CLICK HERE for Sheet Music by this composer.

Major Works:

Sacred Choral Works
Other Information:
General Bibliography:
Bukofzer, Manfred F., Music in the Baroque Era, from Monteverdi to Bach, Kennedy, Michael, The Oxford Dictionary of Music, Oxford University Press, 2nd Edition, 1997, ISBN: 0198691629 Palisca, Claude V. Baroque Music, Prentice Hall, December 1990, ISBN: 0130584967 Sadie, Stanley and Tyrrell, John; Editors, The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians, Groves Dictionaries, Inc., January 2001, ISBN: 1561592390 Slonimsky, Nicolas and Kuhn, Laura; Editors, Baker's Biographical Dictionary of Musicians, Gale Group, December 2000, ISBN: 0028655257 Links to essays at other sites: Baroque Music by Claude V. Palisca Please note: These links will open in a new window. Biographical essay at the Naxos site If this link does not work, try searching naxos.com

12. Musica Viva: The Choral Music Archive
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13. Schein, Johann Hermann
Schein, Johann Hermann (b. Jan. 20, 1586, Gr nhain, Saxony Germanyd. Nov. 19, 1630, Leipzig), German composer of sacred and secular music, one of the earliest (with Michael
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(b Schein's father, a teacher and pastor, died when the boy was seven, and the family moved from rural Grunhain back to Dresden, its former home. At 13, he was a soprano in the chapel choir of the court at Dresden and studied under the kapellmeister there. He was an apt scholar. In 1603 he studied briefly at the University of Leipzig and then was accepted into the Schupforta near Naumburg, where he studied music and the humanities for four years. Schein returned to the University of Leipzig for another four years, studying law and the liberal arts. His musical abilities were evident throughout his studies, and by 1615 he was kapellmeister at Weimar. The following year he won the valued position of cantor at the Church of St. Thomas in Leipzig, a post that Johann Sebastian Bach occupied more than a century later. Schein was required to direct choral music at two churches and to teach Latin and music for some 14 hours a week. Cantional oder Gesangbuch Augburgischer Konfession (1627) contains about 200 harmonized chorales, in which about 80 of the melodies are his. The

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The Allemande or Deutschen originated in Germany in the early 16th century, then on to France where it entered Paris through Alsac, then the Rhineland, while there, it was polished up, and finally arrived in England. It was danced also in Spain and in Switzerland , but specially in Swabia to the sound of the tambourine. It is related to its ancestor the La Danse Basses and Hautes dances of the sixteenth century. Some writings have also called it the Allewander ( Swiss ). The Allemande is said to have been adopted at the court of Louis XIV as kind of a trophy from the annexation of Alsace. Louis XIV , Napolean and Queen Elizabeth found great favor in this dance. It did not reach its peak till much later. The dance is considered a gesture type - chain dance with graceful arms while moving as a chain and became very popular in 1600. It could be danced by a couple or group. The basic steps are of the Chasse' (

15. Schein, Johann Hermann 1586-1630 [WorldCat Identities]
Key Publications about Johann Hermann Schein Publications by Johann Hermann Schein Publications by Johann Hermann Schein, published
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16. Schein, Johann Hermann - Encyclopedia Britannica - On History
Full Name Johann Hermann Schein. Nationality German Activity German composer. Born 2001-1586 Died 19-11-1630
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