Georg Stubendorff, organist i S:t Jakob: En musiker i stormaktstidens Stockholm och hans concerto "O Jesu dulcissime"
Independent thesis Basic level (degree of Bachelor), 10 credits / 15 HE creditsStudent thesisAlternative title
Georg Stubendorff, Organ Player in S:t Jacob’s Church : A Musician in Seventeenth Century Stockholm and his Concerto O Jesu dulcissime (English)
Jan Johansson: Georg Stubendorff, organist i S:t Jakob – En musiker i stormaktstidens Stockholm och hans concerto "O Jesu dulcissime", [Georg Stubendorff, Organ Player in S:t Jacob's Church – A Musician in Seventeenth Century Stockholm and his Concerto O Jesu dulcissime], Uppsala universitet, Institutionen för musikvetenskap, uppsats för 60 p, 2006.
Georg Stubendorff, organ player in S:t Jakob's church in Stockholm 1663-1672, was one of the very competent foreign musicians that came to work in Sweden in the 17th century. The purpose of this essay is to contribute to the knowledge about him and about the conditions in general for church musicians in Stockholm during that era, and to present an edition of his Concerto a 3. It is shown that Stubendorff may have come to Stockholm from Livland, rather than Germany as earlier accepted. The Concerto a 3 is the only composition by Stubendorff that has survived (now in the Düben collection at Uppsala university library). He dedicated it to the Gustav Düben, Hofkapellmeister of the Hofkapelle, in 1663. Editions of Stubendorff's Concerto and of a similar anonymous composition with similar scoring and similar text are presented together with analyses and comparisons of the works. It is suggested that the anonymous composition in fact might be written by Gustav Düben himself.
Place, publisher, year, edition, pages
2006. , 83 p.
IdentifiersURN: urn:nbn:se:uu:diva-153830OAI: oai:DiVA.org:uu-153830DiVA: diva2:418051