Barthold Heinrich Brockes (September 22, 1680 – January 16, 1747) was a German poet.He was born in Hamburg and educated at the Gelehrtenschule des Johanneums. He studied jurisprudence at Halle, and after extensive travels in Italy, France and the Netherlands, settled in Hamburg in 1704. In 1720 he was appointed a member of the Hamburg senate, and entrusted with several important offices. Six years (from 1735 to 1741) he spent as Amtmann (bailiff) at Ritzebüttel.

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  • Barthold Heinrich Brockes (September 22, 1680 – January 16, 1747) was a German poet.He was born in Hamburg and educated at the Gelehrtenschule des Johanneums. He studied jurisprudence at Halle, and after extensive travels in Italy, France and the Netherlands, settled in Hamburg in 1704. In 1720 he was appointed a member of the Hamburg senate, and entrusted with several important offices. Six years (from 1735 to 1741) he spent as Amtmann (bailiff) at Ritzebüttel. He died in Hamburg.Brockes' poetic works were published in a series of nine volumes under the fantastic title Irdisches Vergnügen in Gott (1721–1748); he also translated Giambattista Marino's La Strage degli innocenti (1715), Alexander Pope's Essay on Man (1740) and James Thomson's The Seasons (1745). His poetry has small intrinsic value, but it is symptomatic of the change which came over German literature at the beginning of the 18th century. His libretto Der für die Sünden der Welt gemarterte und sterbende Jesus (1712) was one of the first passion oratorios—a free, poetic meditation on the passion story without the use of an evangelist character. It was quite popular and was set to music by Reinhard Keiser (1712), Georg Philipp Telemann (1716), George Frideric Handel (1716), Johann Mattheson (1718), Gottfried Heinrich Stölzel (1725) and Johann Friedrich Fasch (1723), among others.He was one of the first German poets to substitute for the bombastic imitations of Marini, to which he himself had begun by contributing, a clear and simple diction. He was also a pioneer in directing the attention of his countrymen to the new poetry of nature which originated in England. His verses, artificial and crude as they often are, express a reverential attitude towards nature and a religious interpretation of natural phenomena which was new to German poetry and prepared the way for Klopstock.
  • بارتولد هاينريش بروكس (بالألمانية: Barthold Heinrich Brockes)، هو شاعر ألماني، ولد في 1780 في هامبورج. وينتمي بروكس إلى عائلة تجار غنية. درس الحقوق وقام بالعديد من الرحلات. وفي عام 1716 أسس (الجماعة الوطنية) وفي الفترة من 1724 حتى 1726 أصدر الصحيفة الأسبوعية (الوطني) «Der Patriot».
  • Barthold Heinrich Brockes (auch: Bertold Hinrich Brockes), gesprochen: Brooks (* 22. September 1680 in Hamburg; † 16. Januar 1747 ebenda) war ein deutscher Schriftsteller und Dichter der frühen deutschen Aufklärung.Sein Hauptwerk ist die naturlyrische Gedichtsammlung Irdisches Vergnügen in Gott, in der die Natur in ihrer Schönheit und Nützlichkeit als Mittler zwischen Mensch und Gott reflektiert wird.
  • Barthold Heinrich Brockes (Amburgo, 22 settembre 1680 – Amburgo, 16 gennaio 1747) è stato un poeta tedesco.
  • Barthold Heinrich Brockes (Hamburg, 22 september 1680 - Hamburg, 16 januari 1747) was een Duits dichter uit de periode van de Verlichting.Brockes werd bekend doordat zowel Telemann, Händel als Bach teksten van hem gebruikten in hun muziekwerken. Ook Picander (de tekstschrijver van onder andere de Koffiecantate, de Matthäus-Passion en het Weihnachtsoratorium van Bach) putte inspiratie uit de teksten van Brockes. De dichter Salomo Franck heeft Brockes ook gekend.In 1716 verscheen de naar Brockes genoemde Brockes-Passion, een Passie-oratorium van Telemann op teksten van Brockes.
  • Barthold Heinrich Brockes (ur. 1680, zm. 1747) - niemiecki poeta okresu późnego baroku. Związany był przez większość życia z Hamburgiem. Tworzył poematy heroiczne. Napisał też liczne libretta do oper i oratoriów. Z jego tekstów korzystali między innymi Georg Friedrich Händel i Johann Balthasar Christian Freißlich.
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  • بارتولد هاينريش بروكس (بالألمانية: Barthold Heinrich Brockes)، هو شاعر ألماني، ولد في 1780 في هامبورج. وينتمي بروكس إلى عائلة تجار غنية. درس الحقوق وقام بالعديد من الرحلات. وفي عام 1716 أسس (الجماعة الوطنية) وفي الفترة من 1724 حتى 1726 أصدر الصحيفة الأسبوعية (الوطني) «Der Patriot».
  • Barthold Heinrich Brockes (auch: Bertold Hinrich Brockes), gesprochen: Brooks (* 22. September 1680 in Hamburg; † 16. Januar 1747 ebenda) war ein deutscher Schriftsteller und Dichter der frühen deutschen Aufklärung.Sein Hauptwerk ist die naturlyrische Gedichtsammlung Irdisches Vergnügen in Gott, in der die Natur in ihrer Schönheit und Nützlichkeit als Mittler zwischen Mensch und Gott reflektiert wird.
  • Barthold Heinrich Brockes (Amburgo, 22 settembre 1680 – Amburgo, 16 gennaio 1747) è stato un poeta tedesco.
  • Barthold Heinrich Brockes (ur. 1680, zm. 1747) - niemiecki poeta okresu późnego baroku. Związany był przez większość życia z Hamburgiem. Tworzył poematy heroiczne. Napisał też liczne libretta do oper i oratoriów. Z jego tekstów korzystali między innymi Georg Friedrich Händel i Johann Balthasar Christian Freißlich.
  • Barthold Heinrich Brockes (September 22, 1680 – January 16, 1747) was a German poet.He was born in Hamburg and educated at the Gelehrtenschule des Johanneums. He studied jurisprudence at Halle, and after extensive travels in Italy, France and the Netherlands, settled in Hamburg in 1704. In 1720 he was appointed a member of the Hamburg senate, and entrusted with several important offices. Six years (from 1735 to 1741) he spent as Amtmann (bailiff) at Ritzebüttel.
  • Barthold Heinrich Brockes (Hamburg, 22 september 1680 - Hamburg, 16 januari 1747) was een Duits dichter uit de periode van de Verlichting.Brockes werd bekend doordat zowel Telemann, Händel als Bach teksten van hem gebruikten in hun muziekwerken. Ook Picander (de tekstschrijver van onder andere de Koffiecantate, de Matthäus-Passion en het Weihnachtsoratorium van Bach) putte inspiratie uit de teksten van Brockes.
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