Johann Stadlmayr
1560 - 1648
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J. Stadlmayr
Johann Stadlmayr (ca.1560 - 12/07/1648), a German composer in the service of the archbishop of Salzburg; born in Freising (Bavaria), Germany, died in Innsbruck, Austria.
Source:Grove's dictionary of music and musicians
Missa pro defunctis in F major
Period:Late Renaissance
Composed in:1641
Musical form:mass
Text/libretto:Latin mass
This Missa pro defunctis (1641) is for chorus SATB and basso continuo. Duration: 30'.
Later in the 17th century numerous requiem settings, many in concertato style, were produced by composers including G.B. Bassani, G.A. Bernabei, Antonio Bertali (eight settings), Biber, Giovanni Cavaccio, Cavalli, Cazzati, Joan Cererols, G.P. Colonna, P.A. Fiocco (three settings), Santino Girelli, J.K. Heller, J.C. Kerll (two settings), A.V. Michna, Marcin Mielczewski, Alessandro Scarlatti, Johann Stadlmayer, Christoph Straus (two settings) and Viadana.
Author:Steven Chang-Lin Yu