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Joseph Christian Willibald Michl
1745 - 1816
Germany
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J.W. Michl
Joseph Christian Willibald Michl [also called "Mickl aus München" and Joseph II Michl] (09/07/1745 - 01/08/1816), a German composer, double bass player and publisher; born in Neumarkt, Oberdonaukreise, Bavaria, Germany.
Source:http://www.choralwiki.org/cpdl/Score%20catalog.pdf
Contributor:Tassos Dimitriadis
Josef Willibald Michl (* around July 9, 1745 in Neumarkt in der Oberpfalz; † July 30, 1816 there) was a German composer and court composer to Elector Max III. Joseph. J. Willibald Michl came from an important family of musicians that shaped musical life in Bavaria for generations. Michl initially grew up in his native town of Neumarkt, where he probably received his first musical lessons from his father and his brothers. Then he was sent by his father to the well-known Wilhelmsgymnasium in Munich, which was widely known for its excellent musical education and cultivation. Michl was viewed by his teachers as a rather mediocre student who was more concerned with music than with science. It is not known when and where he graduated.
Source:https://www.musicalion.com/de/scores/noten/237689/michl-joseph-willibald
Requiem in E flat major
Period:Classicism
Composed in:1791
Musical form:mass
Text/libretto:Latin mass
No details available.
Source:Dagny Wegner, Requiemvertonungen in Frankreich zwischen 1670 und 1850, Hamburg, 2005
Misa pro Defunctis in E flat
Period:Early Romanticism
Composed in:1815
Musical form:mass
Text/libretto:Latin mass
J.W. Michl wrote two requiem masses (one called "Deutches Requiem"), in 1815 both for SATB choir and orchestra.
Misa pro Defunctis in E flat (1815). It contains:
01. Requiem
02. Dies Irae
03. Offertorium
04. Sanctus
05. Benedictus
06. Agnus Dei
Source:http://www.choralwiki.org/cpdl/Score%20catalog.pdf
Contributor:Tassos Dimitriadis
Requiem in B major
Period:Early Romanticism
Composed in:1815
Musical form:mass
Text/libretto:Latin mass
J.W. Michl wrote two requiem masses (one called "Deutsches Requiem") in 1815 (nr. 2), one in B major, both for SATB choir and orchestra. It contains:
01. Requiem
02. Dies Irae
03. Offertorium
04. Sanctus
05. Benedictus
06. Agnus Dei
Source:http://www.erzbistum-muenchen.de/EMF145/EMF014496.asp
Contributor:Tassos Dimitriadis