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==Publications==
 
==Publications==
 
Bodenschatz edited several anthologies, of which the enormously popular [[Florilegium Portense]] contains 3 of his own motets.
 
Bodenschatz edited several anthologies, of which the enormously popular [[Florilegium Portense]] contains 3 of his own motets.
*{{NoCo|Harmoniae Angelicae Cantionum Ecclesiasticarum}}
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*{{NoCo|Florilegium selectissimarum cantionum}} – 1603
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*{{NoCo|Harmoniae Angelicae Cantionum Ecclesiasticarum}} – 1608
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*''[[Florilegium Portense]]'' – 1618 (Vol. 1), 1621 (Vol. 2)
  
 
==External links==
 
==External links==

Revision as of 15:11, 16 September 2021

Life

Born: 1576, Lichtenberg

Died: 1636, Osterhausen

Biography

Bodenschatz was from 1600 to 1603 Kantor in Schulpforta and from 1608 Pastor in Groß-Osterhausen/Querfurt.

View the German Wikipedia article on Erhard Bodenschatz. (English translation by Google)

List of choral works

 
Click here to search for this composer on CPDL

Publications

Bodenschatz edited several anthologies, of which the enormously popular Florilegium Portense contains 3 of his own motets.

External links