17 Phantasies from the Gdańsk Manuscript (Schmiedtlein, Cajus)




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Ryan Marek Michalak (2016/8/11)

Performers Ryan Marek Michalak (Organ)
Publisher Info. Ryan Marek Michalak
Misc. Notes Performed on the Hauptwerk sample set of the Silbermann Organ at the Stadtkirche in Zöblitz, Germany. From the Gdansk Tablature (Ms. 300 R/Vv, 123).
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Editor Pierre Gouin - Contact & Marek Michalak
Publisher. Info. Montréal: Les Éditions Outremontaises, 2015
Misc. Notes Urtext edition after a facsimile of the original manuscript.
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PMLP654907-Gdansk 17 Fantaisies.pdf
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General Information

Work Title Gdańsk Manuscript
Alternative. Title Danzig Tablature, Danziger Tabulatur, Gdansk Tablature, Gdańsk Tablature, Tabulatura Gdanska, Tabulatura Gdańska
Composer Schmiedtlein, Cajus
Movements/SectionsMov'ts/Sec's 17 Pieces
Composer Time PeriodComp. Period Renaissance
Piece Style Renaissance
Instrumentation organ, harpsichord

Misc. Comments

From a manuscript with the signature “Ms. 300 R/Vv. 123” at the Gdańsk State Archive in Gdańsk (German: Danzig), Poland, containing a varying collection of documents dating to a time period between 1571 and 1627. Although not identified in the manuscript, hence the "Anonymous", these keyboard pieces are widely attributed to Cajus Schmiedtlein, organist of St. Mary's in Danzig.