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Johann Rosenmüller

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Sonatae à 2,3,4 e 5 stromenti da arco et altriSonate e Sinfonie da cameraPsalm 134Das ist meine FreudeAeterne Deus, clementissime PaterHabe deine Lust an dem HerrenVulnera Jesu ChristiKern-SprücheAlso hat Gott die Welt geliebetDanksaget dem VaterTreiffet ihr Himmel von obenWarlich, warlich ich sage euchDaran ist erschienen die Liebe GottesHerr, wenn ich nur dich habeDer Name des HerrenIst Gott für unsSiehe an die Wercke GottesAndere Kern-Sprüche

Parts for: Violin

Sonatae à 2,3,4 e 5 stromenti da arco et altriSonate e Sinfonie da cameraAlso hat Gott die Welt geliebetHerr, wenn ich nur dich habeDer Name des HerrenIst Gott für unsSiehe an die Wercke Gottes
Wikipedia
Johann Rosenmüller (1619 – 10 September 1684) was a German Baroque composer, who played a part in transmitting Italian musical styles to the north.
Rosenmüller was born in Oelsnitz, near Plauen. He studied at the University of Leipzig, graduating in 1640. He served as organist of the Nikolaikirche Leipzig from 1651, and had been assured of advancement to cantor. He became director of music in absentia to the Altenburg court in 1654. However, in 1655 he was involved in a scandal involving alleged homosexual activities.
To avoid prison he fled to Italy, and by 1658 was employed at Saint Mark's in Venice. He composed many vocal works while teaching at an orphanage for girls (Ospedale della Pietà), between 1678 and 1682. The works of Giovanni Legrenzi and Arcangelo Corelli were among his Italian influences and his sacred compositions show the influence of Heinrich Schütz.
In his last years, Rosenmüller returned to Germany with Duke Anton-Ulrich of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel, at whose court he served as choir master. He died in Wolfenbüttel on 10 September 1684, and is buried there.
Kern-Sprüche mehrentheils aus heiliger Schrifft Altes und Neues Testaments (Core sentences, mostly from holy scriptures Old and New Testament), Leipzig (1648)
Andere Kern-Sprüche (Other core sentences), Leipzig (1652–1653)