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Welscher Tanz - Wascha Mesa

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Uploaded by: EdoL (05/15/15)
Composer: Neusiedler, Hans
Sample Producer: OrganArt Media
Sample Set: 1687 Arp Schnitger, Steinkirchen, Germany
Software: Hauptwerk IV
Genre: Medieval and Renaissance
Hans Neusidler (also Neusiedler, Newsidler) (c.1508 – 1563), was a German composer and lutenist of the Renaissance.

Neusidler was born in Pressburg (today Bratislava, Slovakia) and first enters the historical record in 1530, when he settled in Nuremberg, Germany. He was issued a residence permit by the city council in February and married there in September. In April 1531, he became a citizen and soon after bought a house on theZotenberg. He taught lute there in the 1530s, publishing eight books of lute music between 1536 and 1549, and also went into business as a lute maker by 1550.
He fathered thirteen children with his first wife, which resulted in his having enormous financial troubles; he eventually sold his house to pay his debts.
In January 1556, his wife died, and he remarried five months later; his second wife bore him four more children before her death in August 1562. Neusidler died in Nuremberg.

Hans's sons, Melchior Neusidler (1531–1590) and Konrad Neusidler (1541-after 1604) were also well-known lutenists and composers.

Obviously he wrote mainly works for lute and voices.
This Dance is a transcription for keyboard.

Settings: Original Organ Temperament
Front 40 Rear 60

First parts played on Bru: Krumphorn and HW: Rohrfl 8' (octave)

Intermezzo on HW: Trompet 8',Octav 8', Octav 4'

Repeat on Bru: Rohrfl 4', Spitzfl 2' HW: Rohrfl 8' (octave)

Contredanse on HW: Quintadena 16' (octave) Bru Gedact 8'

Reprise on HW: Principal8', Octav 4', Trompet 8'
Ped Posaun 16'
Performance: Live
Recorded in: Stereo
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