Composers

Johann Theile

Voice
Soprano
Tenor
Alto
Bass
Violin
Viol
Viola
Bassoon
Mixed chorus
Religious music
Sacred cantatas
Cantatas
Psalms
Motet
Sacred songs
Song
Sonata
Mass
Litanies
by popularity

A

Ach dass ich hören sollte

B

Beatus virBenedicam Domino

C

Cum invocarem

D

Daran ist erschienen die Liebe GottesDie Seele Christi heilige michDixit DominusDomine ne in furore tuo

G

Gott hilf mir denn das WasserGott hilf mir denn das Wasser geht mir bis an die SeeleGott sei mir gnädig nach deiner Güte

H

Herr unser Herrscher wie herrlich ist dein Name

I

Ich habe den Herrn alle Zeit für AugenIch preise dich Herr denn du hast mich erhöret

J

Jauchzet Gott alle LandeJesu mein Herr und Gott allein

L

Laudate DominumLitanies

M

Mass in A minorMatthäus-PassionMissa brevisMusikalisches Kunstbuch

N

Nun ich singe Gott ich knie

S

Schaffe in mir Gott ein reines HerzSonata à 4 in A majorSonata à 4 in C major

T

Trio Sonata in F majorTriumph Halleluja der Tod erliegtTröstet mein Volk

U

Unser Matz hat einen großen langen Bart

W

Warum toben die Heiden und die LeuteWas betrübst du dich meine Seele
Wikipedia
Johann Theile (29 July 1646 – 24 June 1724) was a German composer of the Baroque era, famous for the opera Adam und Eva, Der erschaffene, gefallene und aufgerichtete Mensch, first performed in Hamburg on 2 January 1678.
After studying law in Leipzig and Halle, Theile took instruction in composition in Weißenfels. His teacher there was the great Heinrich Schütz, the most prominent German composer of the 17th century. Theile is believed to have been one of his last pupils, and is considered one of the most gifted among them. Between 1673 and 1675 he held the position of Court Kapellmeister for Duke Christian Albrecht of Schleswig-Holstein-Gottorp. Some years later he held the position of Kapellmeister in Wolfenbüttel, where he commenced a musical apprenticeship to Johann Rosenmüller, who by this time had permanently returned to Northern Germany after having spent most of his career in Italy. He also worked in Naumburg, where he likewise held the position of Kapellmeister; Berlin, where he was active as a music teacher to the royal court; as well as Lübeck and Stettin, where he also served a music instructor. In 1673 he wrote his Matthäuspassion (St. Matthew Passion) in Lübeck.
In 1694, Theile returned from a stint as a musical advisor to the Duke of Zeitz to his home town of Naumburg, where he died in 1724.
Theile’s compositions encompass Singspiels (German folk operas with spoken dialogue), operas, masses, Psalm settings, Passions (passion oratorios), arias, canzonettas, and sonatas, as well as motets. His sacred opera Adam und Eva was the first work to be performed at the Goosemarket Opera in Hamburg – the first civic opera house in Germany. He also wrote a number of works on music theory, particularly on counterpoint. He also had an outstanding career as a practitioner and theorist in musical pedagogy. Theile taught Johann Mattheson. Dietrich Buxtehude was his most important pupil (despite having been nine years older and having pre-deceased him by more than a decade).