Adam Gumpelzhaimer  (1559-1625)
Last updated: 01.03.21
According to the Internet source given below, Adam Gumpelzhaimer was a German composer. He may have studied briefly with Orlando di Lassus, and also in Italy. Except for a short period in Stuttgart, he was teacher and cantor at the S. Anna Gymnasium in Augsburg from 1581 until his death. In 1595 he published a modernised version of Faber's Compendium Musicae, with examples taken from the music of contemporary German composers, which remained a standard textbook in southern Germany until the late seventeenth century. He composed psalms and sacred songs, and motets which use poly-choral effects.
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Recorder Sheet Music
7529037.gif6 Fourpart Ricercare (D/A/T/B)smp_logo_88_white.gif
Score and Parts. 16 pages.
Publisher: Ut Orpheus (HS 47)
7528155.gifCantate Domino (A/A/A/B)smp_logo_88_white.gif
Score and Parts. 28 pages.
Publisher: Ut Orpheus (HS 108)
7528165.gifDa Pacem, Domine (A/A/A/B)smp_logo_88_white.gif
Score and Parts. 26 pages.
Publisher: Ut Orpheus (HS 109)
12 Kleine Fantasies (1611) (D/A/T/B)smp_unav15.gif
Arr./Editor: Giesbert
Publisher: Schott & Co. Ltd. (ST03914)
Musicae Choralis & Figuralis Duodecim toni Legitimi (D/A/T/B)smp_unav15.gif
Publisher: Moeck Verlag (MK03624)