Scheidt, Samuel Composers Composition Music
German Baroque composer and organist Samuel Scheidt (1587-1654) studied under Sweelinck and became a major influence on organ composition and technique, especially in northern Germany. He wrote a large amount of church organ and vocal music, including his cantiones sacrae for eight voices. His three volume work Tabulatura nova moved music to staff notation and contained hymns, psalms, chorales and the Mass.
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- Samuel Scheidt - Musica Classica Classical Music Dictionary entry with life, comments on composers works, and MIDI audio file.
- Samuel Scheidt Discography - Table of compositions with links.
- Scheidt, Samuel (1587 - 1654), Germany - Biographical data, recommended CDs, books and sheet music, bibliography, and s link to biographical essay from Dr. Estrella\'s Incredibly Abridged Dictionary s of Composers.
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