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Staden, Johann Gottlieb

(1581–1634). Luth. composer, organist; b. probably Nürnberg, Ger.; court organist Bayreuth and Kulmbach from ca. 1603/04; at Nürnberg from ca. 1616; influenced by baroque* style; contributed to transition from older style of pure vocal music to newer style of instrumental accompaniment. Works include Harmoniae sacrae; Kirchen-Music; Hauss-Music.


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