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Joseph Bernhard Schiedermayer
1779 - 1840
Austria
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J.B. Schiedermayer
Joseph Bernhard Schiedermayer (1779 - 08/01/1840), an Austrian organist and composer; born in Linz, Austria. He was cathedral organist at Linz and a prolific composer of sacred music (16 Masses, offertories, graduals, hymns, litanies, etc.), and also wrote 2 symphonies, trios for strings, pf. sonatas, organ pieces, etc., a " Theoretisch-praktische Chorallehre zum Gebrauch beim Isatholischen Kirchenritus " (182S), and published Leopold Mozart's Violin School in abridged form.
Source:Hugo Riemann, Dictionary of music
Requiem in E minor
Period:Romanticism
Musical form:mass
Text/libretto:Latin mass
Requiem in E minor, Op.46, for four voices, two violins, two French horns, double bass and organ.
Source:Robert Chase, Dies Irae: A Guide to Requiem Music, Scarecrow Press, Inc. 2003