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==Publications==
 
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*''Magnificat octo tonorum, liber primus'' (Strasbourg, 1535)
 
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*''Novum ac insigne opus musicum triginta sex antiphonarum'' (Wittenberg, 1541)
 
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Latest revision as of 02:40, 16 August 2022

Aliases: Sixtus Dietrich, Sixtus Dieterich, Xistus Theodoricus

Life

Born: c.1493

Died: 21 October 1548 in St. Gallen

Biography

Singer at Domkantorei in Konstanz c.1504 - 1508, student at Universität Freiburg 1509 - 1519, teacher of music and Latin at Domkantorei in Konstanz and Deacon from 1519. Lecturer in Wittenberg 1540-1541 and 1544-1547, returned to Konstanz after the Wittenberger capitulation 1547, fled to St. Gallen shortly before his death in 1548.

View the German Wikipedia article on Sixt Dietrich. (English translation by Google)

List of choral works

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Publications

  • Magnificat octo tonorum, liber primus (Strasbourg, 1535)
  • Novum ac insigne opus musicum triginta sex antiphonarum (Wittenberg, 1541)
  • Novum opus musicum (Wittenberg, 1544)

External links

Works by Sixt Dietrich in the Petrucci Music Library (IMSLP)