Difference between revisions of "Jacob Meiland"

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'''Biography'''
 
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By the German (Latin) poet, translator and composer Paulus Melissus (to whom [[Philippe de Monte]] dedicated a [[Sogliono i chiari spirti (Philippe de Monte)|madrigal]]) Meiland was compared with [[Orlando  di Lasso]]: "if Lasso had passed away, Meiland could be regarded his heir" (in a poem in Meiland's collection [[Sacrae aliquot cantiones (Jacob Meiland)|Sacrae aliquot cantiones]]). Unfortunately he died very young.
 
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and with more details: {{WikipediaLink|Jakob Meiland|lang=de}}
 
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==List of choral works==
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===Sacred works in Latin===
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===Sacred works in German===
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==Publications==
 
==Publications==
*''[[Cantiones sacrae quinque et sex vocum (Jacob Meiland)|Cantiones sacrae quinque et sex vocum]]'' (Nuremberg, 1564)
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*''[[Cantiones sacrae quinque et sex vocum (Jacob Meiland)|Cantiones sacrae quinque et sex vocum]]'' (Nuremberg, 1564, with reprints in 1569, 1572, 1573)
 
*''Newe ausserlesene Teutsche Liedlin, mit fünff und vier Stimmen'' (Nuremberg, 1569)
 
*''Newe ausserlesene Teutsche Liedlin, mit fünff und vier Stimmen'' (Nuremberg, 1569)
*''Selectae cantiones quinque et sex vocum'' (Nuremberg, 1572)
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*''[[Neuwe außerlesene teutsche Gesäng (Jacob Meiland)|Neuwe außerlesene Teutsche Gesäng mit vier vnd fünff stimmen]]'' (Frankfurt, 1575)
*''Neuwe ausserlesene Teutsche Gesaeng mit vier vnd fuenff stimmen'' (Frankfurt, 1575)
 
 
*''[[Sacrae aliquot cantiones (Jacob Meiland)|Sacrae aliquot cantiones latinae et germanicae]]'' (Frankfurt, 1575)
 
*''[[Sacrae aliquot cantiones (Jacob Meiland)|Sacrae aliquot cantiones latinae et germanicae]]'' (Frankfurt, 1575)
*''Cantiones aliquot novae quinque vocibus'' (Frankfurt, 1576)
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*''[[Cantiones aliquot novae (Jacob Meiland)|Cantiones aliquot novae quinque vocibus]]'' (Frankfurt, 1576)
*''Harmoniae sacrae quinque vocum'' (Erfurt, 1588)
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*''[[Harmoniae sacrae (Jacob Meiland)|Harmoniae sacrae quinque vocum]]'' (Erfurt, 1588)
*''Cygneae cantiones latinae et germanicae'' (Wittenberg, 1590)
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*''[[Cygneae cantiones (Jacob Meiland)|Cygneae cantiones latinae et germanicae]]'' (Wittenberg, 1590)
  
 
==External links==
 
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Latest revision as of 15:09, 23 January 2022

Aliases: Meyland Jacob; Mayland Jacob; Meiland Jakob

Life

Born: 1542

Died: 1577

Biography By the German (Latin) poet, translator and composer Paulus Melissus (to whom Philippe de Monte dedicated a madrigal) Meiland was compared with Orlando di Lasso: "if Lasso had passed away, Meiland could be regarded his heir" (in a poem in Meiland's collection Sacrae aliquot cantiones). Unfortunately he died very young.

View the Wikipedia article on Jacob Meiland.

and with more details:

View the German Wikipedia article on Jacob Meiland. (English translation by Google)

List of choral works

Sacred works in Latin

Sacred works in German

Secular works in Latin

Secular works in German


Other works not listed above (See Template:CheckMissing for possible reasons and solutions)


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Publications

External links

German detailed article in the Allgemeine Deutsche Biographie