Jacob Hintze

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Alias: Jakob Hintze


Born: 4 September 1622, Bernau, Germany

Died: 5 May 1702, Berlin


German composer, became 1666 court musician to the Elector of Brandenburg at Berlin; but he retired to his birthplace in 1695, and died at Berlin with the reputation of being an excellent contrapuntist. Edited the 12th and subsequent editions of Johann Crüger's 'Praxis pietatis,' Berlin, 1666, 1690, 1695, adding to it 65 hymns.

Wikipedia (in German): Jacob HintzeLink to the German Wikipedia article

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