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Johann Löhner

Johann Löhner

Johann Löhner


Johann Löhner (born November 21, 1645 in Nuremberg , † April 2, 1705 ibid) was a German composer , organist and singer. Löhner was the son of the married couple Johann Joachim Löhner (died 1650) and Anna Löhner, née Windhesel (died 1660) baptized in Nuremberg Protestant-Lutheran and died in Nuremberg. The organist Georg Caspar Wecker, who did his work at St. Egidien, adopted Johann Löhner and instructed him musically. It is believed that he was organ player from 1665 in St. Read more on Last.fm
Johann Löhner (born November 21, 1645 in Nuremberg , † April 2, 1705 ibid) was a German composer , organist and singer. Löhner was the son of the married couple Johann Joachim Löhner (died 1650) and Anna Löhner, née Windhesel (died 1660) baptized in Nuremberg Protestant-Lutheran and died in Nuremberg. The organist Georg Caspar Wecker, who did his work at St. Egidien, adopted Johann Löhner and instructed him musically. It is believed that he was organ player from 1665 in St.

Sebald. Towards the end of 1670 he went to Bayreuth as a singer. From 1682 he was a regular hospital organist and from 1694 until his death he worked in St. Sebald as an organist.

He composed over 300 songs and three operas. Song No. 352 in the Protestant church hymnbook bears witness to his work. In 1682 he published his most important work, the "Selected Church and Table Music".

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