Johann Klemm or Klemme (c. 1593–1660) was a German Baroque organist and composer.[1]

Klemm was a pupil of Heinrich Schütz and organist at the Dresden court.[2] 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

  • German madrigals for four, five, and six voices (Freiburg, 1629)
  • Partitura seu tabulatura italica, a collection of 36 fugues in open score (Dresden, 1631).

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Johann Klemm". Retrieved 29 August 2015.
  2. ^ 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 ..."