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==Publications==
 
==Publications==
*[[Geystliche Gesangk Buchleyn]] 1524 (enlarged reprints in 1525-1551)
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* ''[[Geystliche Gesangk Buchleyn]]'', (Wittenberg, 1524) (enlarged reprints in 1525-1551)
* Cantio Septem Vocum, Wittenberg 1544 (complete Part books at IMSLP)
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* ''Cantio Septem Vocum'', (Wittenberg, 1544) (complete Part books at IMSLP)
* Ein schöner geistlicher und Christlicher Berckreyen, 1552
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* ''Ein schöner geistlicher und Christlicher Berckreyen'', (Wittenberg, 1552)
* Magnificat octo tonorum, 1557
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* ''Magnificat octo tonorum'', (Jena, 1557)
* 21 Lateinische und Deudsche Gesänge, 1566 (a6)
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* ''21 Lateinische und Deudsche Gesänge'', (Wittenberg, 1566) (a6)
* Passio secundum Mattheum 1570
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* ''Passio secundum Mattheum'', (Nuremberg, 1570)
* Passio secundum Iohannes
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* ''Passio secundum Iohannes'', (manuscripts)
 
In collections together with other composers
 
In collections together with other composers
* Tricinia [...] latina, germanica, brabantica & gallica (Wittenberg, 1542)
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* {{NoComp|Symphoniae iucundae atque adeo breves|Georg Rhau}} (Wittenberg, 1538)
* Versperarum precum officia 1540, (Anthology including a.o. 8 Magnificats by Walter)
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* {{NoComp|Selectae Harmoniae quatuor vocum de Passione Domini|Georg Rhau}} (Wittenberg, 1538)
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* {{NoComp|Psalmorum selectorum|Johannes Petreius}} (Nuremberg, 1538–1542)
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* {{NoComp|Officia paschalia, de resurrectione et ascensione Domini|Georg Rhau}} (Wittenberg, 1539)
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* {{NoComp|Selectissimarum mutetarum|Georg Forster}} (Wittenberg, 1540)
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* ''Vesperarum precum officia'', (Wittenberg, 1540), (Anthology including a.o. 8 Magnificats by Walter)
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* ''[[Trium vocum cantiones]]'', (Nuremberg, 1541)
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* ''Tricinia [...] latina, germanica, brabantica & gallica'' (Wittenberg, 1542)
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* {{NoComp|Sacrorum hymnorum liber primus|Georg Rhau}} (Wittenberg, 1542)
  
 
==External links==
 
==External links==

Revision as of 16:48, 10 October 2021

Aliases: Walter, Johannes; Walther, Johann; Johannes Gualtherus

Life

Born: 1496

Died: 25 March 1570 Torgau

Biography

View the Wikipedia article on Johann Walter.

List of choral works

 
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Publications

  • Geystliche Gesangk Buchleyn, (Wittenberg, 1524) (enlarged reprints in 1525-1551)
  • Cantio Septem Vocum, (Wittenberg, 1544) (complete Part books at IMSLP)
  • Ein schöner geistlicher und Christlicher Berckreyen, (Wittenberg, 1552)
  • Magnificat octo tonorum, (Jena, 1557)
  • 21 Lateinische und Deudsche Gesänge, (Wittenberg, 1566) (a6)
  • Passio secundum Mattheum, (Nuremberg, 1570)
  • Passio secundum Iohannes, (manuscripts)

In collections together with other composers

External links