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Joseph Klauss
1775 - 1834
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J.J. Klauss
Johann Joseph [Joseph] Klauss (27/03/1775 - 01/03/1834), a German philosopher and composer, born and died in Seelendorf. Organist, pupil of Anton Kretschmer at Grunau, near Ostritz ; and in his ninth year was able to accompany difficult masses. Called by his father's death to take charge of his business, he still continued his musical studies, and soon became an authority in his art far beyond local limits. Works : A little opera ; '2 solemn masses; 3 Requiems ; 5 cantatas ; 14 psalms ; 6 offertories ; 4 Ave Maris Stella ; 4 Salve Regiua ; 2 Eegina Creli ; 2 Magnificat ; 42 funeral chants, and other church music ; Trio for strings ; Concerto for horn ; Nocturne for do. ; duos and trio's for do. ; Preludes for organ ; Sonatas, and variations for pianoforte ; 8 marches ; 12 polonaises ; Songs.
Missa brevis pro Defunctis in B minor
Period:Early Romanticism
Musical form:mass
Text/libretto:Latin mass
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Source:Dagny Wegner, Requiemvertonungen in Frankreich zwischen 1670 und 1850, Hamburg, 2005
Requiem (2x)
Period:Early Romanticism
Musical form:masses
Text/libretto:Latin mass
Johann Joseph Klauss wrote three Requiem masses.