Cover pageJohannes Schultz (1582-1653)
Musicalischer Lüstgarte

Instrumental and Vocal Pieces for Consort of Viols or other Instruments

Preface Reviews [in German version] Sample page CDs [in German version] 2nd sample page Errata / Addenda 3nd sample page Deutsche Version 4th sample page 5th sample page 6th sample page 7th sample page

Editor: Günter and Leonore von Zadow, publication date: 2019-11 to 2020-03, source: print Lüneburg 1622

Order information

G361Schultz, Musicalischer Lüstgarte, Volume 1: two-part, 2Cons, 2 full scores, 60 p., ISMN 979-0-50174-361-216.50 €
G354Schultz, Musicalischer Lüstgarte, Volume 2: three-part, 3Cons, full score and three parts, 60 p., ISMN 979-0-50174-354-416.50 €
G355Schultz, Musicalischer Lüstgarte, Volume 3: four-part, 4Cons, full score and four parts, 60 p., ISMN 979-0-50174-355-116.50 €
G356Schultz, Musicalischer Lüstgarte, Volume 4: four-part, 4Cons, full score and four parts, 60 p., ISMN 979-0-50174-356-816.50 €
G357Schultz, Musicalischer Lüstgarte, Volume 5: five-part, 5Cons, full score and five parts, 48 p., ISMN 979-0-50174-357-518.00 €
G358Schultz, Musicalischer Lüstgarte, Volume 6: six-part, 5Cons, full score and six parts, 56 p., ISMN 979-0-50174-358-218.00 €
G359Schultz, Musicalischer Lüstgarte, Volume 7: seven-part (Nachtwache), 5Cons, full score and seven parts, 40 p., ISMN 979-0-50174-359-918.00 €
G360Schultz, Musicalischer Lüstgarte, Volume 8: eight-part (Der ehlich Stand), 5Cons, full score and eight parts, 44 p., ISMN 979-0-50174-360-518.00 €

Description

In 1622 Johannes Schultz had his "Musikalische Lüstgarte" printed, an anthology of 59 compositions for 2 to 8 voices, partly pure instrumental works, but partly also vocal works. We publish these pieces in individual volumes, which are sorted according to the number of voices. In the score and parts we use treble clef and bass clef. For gamba players the tenor parts are also available in alto clef. This collection is intended for sociable music-making and singing, whereby our practical edition is aimed primarily at instrumentalists. Because of the varying and not always small range, the pieces are suitable for strings, especially for viols. But they are also very suitable for recorders and other wind instruments or for mixed ensembles.

Errata / Addenda

[18.01.2020] G354C new The Bassus part book G354C has been expanded and now contains the pieces notated in alto clef, also in octavated treble clef, to make them accessible to wind instruments. You can download the part book here: G354C.pdf

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