Adam of Fulda

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Alias: Adam von Fulda


Born: c. 1445

Died: 1505


Adam of Fulda was a German musical author of the second half of the 15th century. He was born in Fulda and died in Wittenberg.

In Heinrich Glarean's Dodecachordon he is described as Francum Germanum, i.e. of German origin. Adam of Fulda calls himself at times musicus ducalis (musician of the Court). He also mentions Guillaume Dufay (1400-1474) as his contemporary.

View the Wikipedia article on Adam of Fulda.

List of choral works

  • Ach hülf mich leid und senlich klag
  • Ach Juppiter hetstu gewalt (with acrostic: ADAM VON FULDA)
  • Apollo aller kunst ein hort
  • Dies est letitiae
  • In principio erat verbum, 3vv
  • Missa Seit idi dich
  • Magnificat quinti toni
  • Namque triumphanti
  • Nuntius celso veniens, 5vv
  • O vera lux et gloria (contrafactum of Ach hülf mich leid)
  • Pange lingua
  • Regali ex progenie
  • Sancta dei genitrix
  • Ut queant laxis
  • Veni creator (2 settings), 3vv

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External links

Works by Adam of Fulda in the Petrucci Music Library (IMSLP)