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III. The Early Renaissance (1350-1500)

IIIb. From Oswald von Wolkenstein to the Locheimer Liederbuch.

Oswald von Wolkenstein was one of the great epoch-making personalities in the history of German music. He was the artist, who, during his adventurous journeys at the beginning of the 15th century, studied contemporary European and particularly French music, the achievements of which he applied to German music. Within a century German musicians caught up with the rest, and at the beginning of the 16th century the works of the German composers can be called equal to those of their Dutch, Flemish, French and Italian colleagues.

The Composers Supplemental Materials

Composer┤s bibliography and music

Name and link to Whent┤s Bibliography Years Country # of PDF/Midi Discography MP3
Hermann, Monk of Salzburg fl.late 14th Cencury Germany . . MP3
Conrad Paumann 1410/15-1473 Germany . . .
Oswald von Wolkenstein 1377-1455 Germany . . MP3

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