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Luther und die Pflege der kirchlichen Musik in Sachsen bis zum 2. Jahrzehnt des 17. Jahrhunderts. Ein Beitrag zur Geschichte der sächsischen Kantoreien und ihrer kulturellen Vorläufer der katolischen Brüderschaften ... Preview this item
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Luther und die Pflege der kirchlichen Musik in Sachsen bis zum 2. Jahrzehnt des 17. Jahrhunderts. Ein Beitrag zur Geschichte der sächsischen Kantoreien und ihrer kulturellen Vorläufer der katolischen Brüderschaften ...

Author: Johannes Rautenstrauch
Publisher: Leipzig: Breitkopf & Härtel, 1906.
Edition/Format:   Print book : GermanView all editions and formats
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Rautenstrauch, Johannes.
Luther und die Pflege der kirchlichen Musik in Sachsen bis zum 2.
Leipzig: Breitkopf & Härtel, 1906
(OCoLC)610264903
Online version:
Rautenstrauch, Johannes.
Luther und die Pflege der kirchlichen Musik in Sachsen bis zum 2.
Leipzig: Breitkopf & Härtel, 1906
(OCoLC)610264919
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Johannes Rautenstrauch
OCLC Number: 21419695
Description: 1 preliminary leaf, 234 pages, 1 leaf 23 cm
Responsibility: Vorgelegt von Johannes Rautenstrauch ...
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by ailii (WorldCat user published 2015-10-13) Excellent Permalink

... this introduction into the pre- and post-Lutheran tradition of choral singing at churches of medivial Saxonian towns
is a splendid work
collected and analysed through many medieval and other sources.
The sources are given in the original medieval German wording, and the verse...
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