Felician Schwab

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Aliases: Bonifacius Suevi

Life

Born: Baptized 1 June 1611

Died: 1661 or later

Biography Schwab spent his career southern Germany and Switzerland in Franciscan monasteries. His musical legacy is entirely liturgical.

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List of choral works

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Publications

  • Granarum sacrum in aliquot formices (12 sacred songs), 2vv, bc (Würzburg, 1634)
  • Sacra eremus piarum cantionum liber II (22 motets, 1 sonata, 1 canzona), 2–3vv, bc (Innsbruck, 1641)
  • Psalmodia vespertini liber IV, 3vv, bc (Lucerne, 1642)
  • Tuba sacra [26] modulationum sacrarum liber III, 1–3vv, bc (Innsbruck, 1642)
  • Quadriga Mariana ex 4 antiphonis … cum cantico Mariano adjectisque Litaniis Lauretanis cantata, 1–4vv (Innsbruck, 1643)
  • Liber I [6] missarum concertatarum, 4–5vv, bc (Innsbruck, 1645)
  • Odae latinae-germanicae de … Christi resurrectione (Würzburg, 1651)
  • [8] Magnificat seu Vaticinium Dei parentis … cum hymno Ambrosiano et falsi bordoni, 4vv, bc (Innsbruck, 1651)
  • Liber II [6] missarum concertatarum, 5–6vv, bc (Innsbruck, 1654)
  • Liber III [6] missarum concertatarum, 2, 5vv, bc (Innsbruck, 1655)
  • Fasciculus musicus [22] sacrorum concentuum pars I, S, A, T, B, 2 vn, bc (Innsbruck, 1656)

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