Georg Muffat

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Georg Muffat (1 June 1653 – 23 February 1704) was a Baroque composer. He is most well known for the remarkably articulate and informative performance directions printed along with his collections of string pieces Florilegium Primum and Florilegium Secundum (First and Second Bouquets) in 1695 and 1698.

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Year Title Artist RatingReleases
1987 Florilegium Secundum, Fasciculi I-IV (The Academy of Ancient Music feat. conductor: Christopher Hogwood) Georg Muffat 2
1992 Schnitgerorgel der AA-kerk Groningen / Christiaan Teeuwsen Georg Böhm, Johann Gottfried Walther, Dietrich Buxtehude, Heinrich Scheidemann, Georg Muffat & Vincent Lübeck 1
1999 Armonico Tributo (Ensemble 415 feat. conductor: Chiara Banchini) Georg Muffat 1
1999 Muffat: Suite Indissolubilis Amicitia / Concerto Bona nova / Biber: Sonata a 6 "called Peasants' Church-going" / Sonata a 2 violini, trombone, violone / Sonata VIII / Battalia a 10 Georg Muffat, Heinrich Ignaz Franz von Biber; Concentus Musicus Wien, Nikolaus Harnoncourt 1
2000 Organ Works, Volume 1: Apparatus musico-organisticus, part I Georg Muffat; Martin Haselböck 1
2000 Organ Works, Volume 2: Apparatus musico-organisticus, part II Georg Muffat; Martin Haselböck 1
2001 Armonico Tributo, 1682 (Ars Antiqua Austria feat. conductor: Gunar Letzbor) Georg Muffat 1
2005 Armonico Tributo (Les Muffatti feat. conductor: Peter Van Heyghen) Georg Muffat 1
Propitia Sydera Georg Muffat 1

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