N.d., but after 1655. 172 x 138 mm. + wide margins.
Some light spotting, but in very good condition overall. Taped to mount at upper corners of verso.
A German composer and organist, Kindermann's "was the most imaginative and adventurous music written in Nuremberg in the 17th century: he adopted all possible means for the expressive setting of a text. He is important too in the teacher–pupil tradition in 17th-century Nuremberg that began with his teacher Johann Staden and continued through Kindermann to his foremost pupils Heinrich Schwemmer and Georg Caspar Wecker, who taught Johann Krieger and Johann Pachelbel." Harold E. Samuel in Grove online
Reproduced in TNG Vol. 10 p. 62 and in MGG Vol. 7 col. 908. Item #22133
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