Christoph Demantius  (1567-1643)
Last updated: 07.10.17
According to the Internet source given below, Christoph Demantius was a composer and musicologist. He was born in Reichenberg, Bohemia and died in Freiberg, Saxony. He was resident from 1592 in Bautzen and studied at Wittenberg University. He was cantor in Zittau, Oberlausitz, and at the cathedral and cathedral school in Freiberg. He composed both church and secular music as well as songs, dances, choral works.
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Recorder Music CDs:
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Recorder Sheet Music
Fugues ((1632) (A(D,T)/A(D,T))smp_logo_88_white.gif
For 2 violin (AA, SS, ST, TT recorder).
Arr./Editor: Mönkemeyer
Publisher: Heinrichshoven's Verlag (N01127)
Dances (D/D/A/T)smp_logo_88_white.gif
Arr./Editor: Hechler
Publisher: Heinrichshoven's Verlag (N01155)
Polish and German Dances (D/D(A)/A(T)/B)smp_logo_88_white.gif
Score.
Publisher: Moeck Verlag (MK00210)
Nurnberger Tanzbuch (D/A/T/B) (1117259)
Publisher: Schott & Co. Ltd. (ST04876)
15 Dances (1601) (D/A/T/T/B) (762196)
Score and Parts.
Publisher: London Pro Musica (LPMGM02)
7 Intradas (1608) (D/D/A/T/T/B) (765127)
Score and Parts.
Publisher: London Pro Musica (LPMTM17)
Intradas, Galliards and Polish Dances (D/D/A/A/T/B) (765150)
Score.
Publisher: Pelikan (PEL0864)
New and Pleasing Intradas Vol. 1 (D/D/A/A/T/B) (765149)
Score.
Publisher: Pelikan (PEL0863)