Paul Heinlein

Paul Heinlein
Short Name: Paul Heinlein
Full Name: Hainlein, Paul, 1626-1686
Birth Year: 1626
Death Year: 1686

Born: Ap­ril 11, 1626, Nuremburg, Ger­ma­ny.
Died: Au­gust 6, 1686, Nuremburg, Ger­ma­ny.

Heinlein’s (also Hainlein) first train­ing came from a lo­cal mu­si­cian who taught him to play the key­board and wind in­stru­ments. He went on to stu­dy in Linz, Austria; Mu­nich, Germany, and in It­a­ly (1646). He was ap­point­ed Raths­mu­sik­us in Nuremburg in 1650; or­gan­ist at St. Ägy­di­en in 1655, Ka­pell­meis­ter at the Church of Our La­dy in 1656, and or­gan­ist at St. Se­bald’s Ca­the­dral in 1656. His works in­clude six books of mourn­ing and fun­er­al hymns, and tunes con­trib­ut­ed to other col­lect­ions.


Tunes by Paul Heinlein (2)sort descendingAsInstancesIncipit
HEINLEINM. Hernlein (Composer)855123 45557 76655
JESU, JESU, DU MEIN HIRTPaul Heinlein, 1626-1686 (Composer (melody))855176 65
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