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Gottfried Scheidt (20 September 1593 – 3 June 1661) was a German composer and organist. Born in Halle, he moved to Amsterdam in 1611 to study with Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck, returning home in 1615 to further study with his older brother Samuel Scheidt and others. He was appointed organist to the Altenburg court in 1617, and held the post until his retirement on 5 May 1658. He was successful and respected, and aside from playing the organ, directed the newly founded Hofkapelle, despite the strictures of the Thirty Years' War. He was unsuccessful in his application, in 1622/1623, for the post of principal organist of the Marienkirche, Danzig, which his brother had refused and which eventually went to Paul Siefert.

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  • Gottfried Scheidt (20 de septiembre de 1593 - 3 de junio de 1661) fue un compositor y organista alemán. Nacido en Halle (Sajonia-Anhalt), se trasladó a Amsterdam en 1611 para estudiar con Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck, volviendo a casa en 1615 al estudio con su hermano mayor, Samuel Scheidt, entre otros. Fue nombrado organista del tribunal de Altenburgo en 1617, y ocupó el cargo hasta su jubilación el 5 de mayo 1658. Fue exitoso y respetado, y aparte de tocar el órgano, dirigió la recién fundada Hofkapelle, a pesar de las restricciones de la Guerra de los Treinta Años.
  • Gottfried Scheidt (20 September 1593 – 3 June 1661) was a German composer and organist. Born in Halle, he moved to Amsterdam in 1611 to study with Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck, returning home in 1615 to further study with his older brother Samuel Scheidt and others. He was appointed organist to the Altenburg court in 1617, and held the post until his retirement on 5 May 1658. He was successful and respected, and aside from playing the organ, directed the newly founded Hofkapelle, despite the strictures of the Thirty Years' War. He was unsuccessful in his application, in 1622/1623, for the post of principal organist of the Marienkirche, Danzig, which his brother had refused and which eventually went to Paul Siefert.
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  • Gottfried Scheidt (20 de septiembre de 1593 - 3 de junio de 1661) fue un compositor y organista alemán. Nacido en Halle (Sajonia-Anhalt), se trasladó a Amsterdam en 1611 para estudiar con Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck, volviendo a casa en 1615 al estudio con su hermano mayor, Samuel Scheidt, entre otros. Fue nombrado organista del tribunal de Altenburgo en 1617, y ocupó el cargo hasta su jubilación el 5 de mayo 1658. Fue exitoso y respetado, y aparte de tocar el órgano, dirigió la recién fundada Hofkapelle, a pesar de las restricciones de la Guerra de los Treinta Años. Sus composiciones son un conjunto de variaciones sobre Allein Gott in der Höh sei Ehr realizados en colaboración en 1614 por Sweelinck y otros; esta obra pertenece a la tradición de la escuela del norte de Alemania. Las ediciones modernas se encuentran por HJ Moser (Kassel, 1953), y G. Gerdes, de 46 Chorale für Orgel und von JP Sweelinck deutschen seinen Schülern (Maguncia, 1957).Sus otras composiciones son ocasionales obras vocales: Pia et vota hortulanae devotionis Amicor, una boda de Aria (1646); Selig sind die Toten , funeral de la música de Sophie Elisabeth, duquesa de Brunswick-Lüneburg (Leipzig, 1650), otra obra funeral (1620 ), en S. Scheidt: Gesamtausgabe IV, ed. G. Harms (Klecken, 1933), y dos obras en el sacro Cantionale III (Gotha, 1648), en Schatz des-und Chor liturgischen Gemeindegesangs III, ed. L. Schoeberlein (Göttingen, 1872).
  • Gottfried Scheidt (20 September 1593 – 3 June 1661) was a German composer and organist. Born in Halle, he moved to Amsterdam in 1611 to study with Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck, returning home in 1615 to further study with his older brother Samuel Scheidt and others. He was appointed organist to the Altenburg court in 1617, and held the post until his retirement on 5 May 1658. He was successful and respected, and aside from playing the organ, directed the newly founded Hofkapelle, despite the strictures of the Thirty Years' War. He was unsuccessful in his application, in 1622/1623, for the post of principal organist of the Marienkirche, Danzig, which his brother had refused and which eventually went to Paul Siefert. His only known organ compositions are in a set of variations on Allein Gott in der Höh sei Ehr made collaboratively in 1614 by Sweelinck and others; the six variations include three by Scheidt and three anonymous, which may be by him; this work belongs to the tradition of the North German school. Modern editions are found by H.J. Moser (Kassel, 1953), and G. Gerdes, in 46 Choräle für Orgel von J.P. Sweelinck und seinen deutschen Schülern (Mainz, 1957). His other compositions are all occasional vocal works: Pia vota et hortulanae devotionis amicor, a wedding aria (1646); Selig sind die Toten, funeral music for Sophie Elisabeth, Duchess of Brunswick-Lüneburg (Leipzig, 1650); another funeral work (1620), in S. Scheidt: Gesamtausgabe IV, ed. G. Harms (Klecken, 1933); and two works in Cantionale sacrum III (Gotha, 1648), in Schatz des liturgischen Chor- und Gemeindegesangs III, ed. L. Schoeberlein (Göttingen, 1872).
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