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Johannes Aal (c. 1500 – 28 May 1553) was a Swiss Roman Catholic theologian, composer and dramaturg. Aal was born in Bremgarten, Switzerland, and was pastor there until 1529, then Leutpriester in Baden until 1536. At the collegiate church of Solothurn, he became preacher and choir leader in 1538. From 1544 to 1551, he was provost of the college of canons, where he died. As a musician, he composed a tune in 16 verses on Saint Maurice and Saint Ursus of Solothurn.

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  • Johannes Aal (kolem 1500 – 28. května 1551) byl švýcarský římskokatolický duchovní a teolog, hudební skladatel a dramatik. (cs)
  • Johannes Aal (* um 1500 in Bremgarten AG; † 28. Mai 1551 in Solothurn; auch Al oder All, latinisiert: Anguilla, Olus) war ein Schweizer Theologe, Komponist und Dramatiker. (de)
  • Johannes Aal (c. 1500 – 28 May 1553) was a Swiss Roman Catholic theologian, composer and dramaturg. Aal was born in Bremgarten, Switzerland, and was pastor there until 1529, then Leutpriester in Baden until 1536. At the collegiate church of Solothurn, he became preacher and choir leader in 1538. From 1544 to 1551, he was provost of the college of canons, where he died. He is the author of the tragedy Johannes der Täufer (St. John Baptist), first performed in 1549 in Bern. The piece is a folk play in two days with four acts each. It includes burlesques, romantic scenes and satirical elements. Its satire derides all classes and the court as well as curiosity, passion for finery, loquacity and the art of seduction of women. As a musician, he composed a tune in 16 verses on Saint Maurice and Saint Ursus of Solothurn. (en)
  • Johannes Aal, né vers 1500 à Bremgarten et mort le 28 mai 1551 à Soleure, est un ecclésiastique et dramaturge suisse. (fr)
  • Johannes Aal, född omkring 1500 i Bremgarten, död 28 maj 1553 i Solothurn, var en tyskspråkig, schweizisk teolog, skald och dramatiker. Aal var pastor i Bremtagen fram till 1529, sedan Leutpriester i Baden till 1536. Han blev predikant och körledare i klostret i Solothurn 1538, där han mellan 1544 och 1551 var provost. Aal författade bland annat år 1543 och , vilken sattes upp för första gången i Bern år 1549. Aal var en av de få tyskspråkiga katolska dramatikerna under 1500-talet. (sv)
  • Johannes Anguilla (Bremgarten, 1500 — Soleura, 28 de maio de 1551) foi um teólogo, reformador, compositor e dramaturgo suíço. Foi autor de uma tragédia sobre a vida de João Batista. (pt)
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  • Johannes Aal (kolem 1500 – 28. května 1551) byl švýcarský římskokatolický duchovní a teolog, hudební skladatel a dramatik. (cs)
  • Johannes Aal (* um 1500 in Bremgarten AG; † 28. Mai 1551 in Solothurn; auch Al oder All, latinisiert: Anguilla, Olus) war ein Schweizer Theologe, Komponist und Dramatiker. (de)
  • Johannes Aal, né vers 1500 à Bremgarten et mort le 28 mai 1551 à Soleure, est un ecclésiastique et dramaturge suisse. (fr)
  • Johannes Aal, född omkring 1500 i Bremgarten, död 28 maj 1553 i Solothurn, var en tyskspråkig, schweizisk teolog, skald och dramatiker. Aal var pastor i Bremtagen fram till 1529, sedan Leutpriester i Baden till 1536. Han blev predikant och körledare i klostret i Solothurn 1538, där han mellan 1544 och 1551 var provost. Aal författade bland annat år 1543 och , vilken sattes upp för första gången i Bern år 1549. Aal var en av de få tyskspråkiga katolska dramatikerna under 1500-talet. (sv)
  • Johannes Anguilla (Bremgarten, 1500 — Soleura, 28 de maio de 1551) foi um teólogo, reformador, compositor e dramaturgo suíço. Foi autor de uma tragédia sobre a vida de João Batista. (pt)
  • Johannes Aal (c. 1500 – 28 May 1553) was a Swiss Roman Catholic theologian, composer and dramaturg. Aal was born in Bremgarten, Switzerland, and was pastor there until 1529, then Leutpriester in Baden until 1536. At the collegiate church of Solothurn, he became preacher and choir leader in 1538. From 1544 to 1551, he was provost of the college of canons, where he died. As a musician, he composed a tune in 16 verses on Saint Maurice and Saint Ursus of Solothurn. (en)
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  • Johannes Aal (cs)
  • Johannes Aal (de)
  • Johannes Aal (en)
  • Johannes Aal (fr)
  • Johannes Aal (pt)
  • Johannes Aal (sv)
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