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Emil Nikel
1851 - 1921
Poland
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E.K. Nikel
Emil Konstantin [Emil] Nikel (12/09/1851 - 17/05/1921): a Polish composer and composer (from Sohrau, Silesia). Pupil of the Kirchenmusikschule in Ratisbon; ordained to the priesthood in 1877; in 1917 vice-deacon at the Cath. and prof, at the theol. seminary in Breslau; R. Prof, in 1905; Monsignore, 1906; Dr. theol. (hon. c, Univ. of Breslau, 1908). An excellent and prolific church-composer. Works: Op. 40, Caecilias Gebet, cantata for soli, double ch. and orch.; 5 masses (op. 1, w. orch.; the others a capp.); 2 Requiems; op. 3, Te Deutn for ch. and orch.; Psalm 95 for male ch. and orch.'; 4 Litanies; about ISO offertories and motets; almost 200 hymns, etc. (mostly a capp.). Also wrote Geschichte des gregorianischen Chorals (1908).
Source:https://archive.org/details/bakersbiographi00bakegoog/page/653/mode/1up?view=theater
Requiem
Period:Romanticism
Musical form:mass
Text/libretto:Latin mass
Requiem with Libera (Op.4.) for four male voices. Printed: Regensburg, 1889.
Source:https://hofmeister.rhul.ac.uk/2008/content/database/search/page(34);jsessionid=node01lgkxqz941dtc1gpyqclebg2c4258518
Requiem
Period:Romanticism
Musical form:mass
Text/libretto:Latin mass
Missa tertie Requiem (Op.14) for SAB and Orgel.
Source:https://www.pfarre-wildon.at/seiten/archiv/01%20Noten%2019_Jhdt.pdf