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Jakob Hintze

Short Name: Jakob Hintze
Full Name: Hintze, Jakob, 1622-1702
Birth Year: 1622
Death Year: 1702

Partly as a result of the Thirty Years' War and partly to further his musical education, Jakob Hintze (b. Bernau, Germany, 1622; d. Berlin, Germany, 1702) traveled widely as a youth, including trips to Sweden and Lithuania. In 1659 he settled in Berlin, where he served as court musician to the Elector of Brandenburg from 1666 to 1695. Hintze is known mainly for his editing of the later editions of Johann Crüger's Praxis Pietatis Melica, to which he contributed some sixty-five of his original tunes.

Bert Polman


Tunes by Jakob Hintze (2)AsInstancessort descendingIncipit
SEIONHintze (Composer)217655 45322 34571
SALZBURG (Hintze)Jakob Hintze (Composer)12851565 43554 32215
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