Klemm was a pupil of Heinrich Schütz and organist at the Dresden court. As was normal for students to publish the works of their teachers, in 1647, together with Alexander Hering, he published Schütz's Symphoniae sacrae II.
Works, editions, recordingsEdit
- "Johann Klemm". Retrieved 29 August 2015.
- Daniel R. Melamed Bach Studies 2006 "Second, the Dresden composer and music publisher Johann Klemm remarked in the preface to his Partitura seu tabulatura italica, a collection of fugues notated in open score and published in 1631, that Heinrich Schütz taught ..."
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