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THE DEVOTIONAL SONGS OF CASPAR STIELER

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Caspar Stiel er (1632-1707), known today chiefly as the author of erotic love songs, serio-comic musical dramas, a treatise on journalism, and a ground-breaking dictionary, also wrote numerous devotional songs. This study attempts to identify his original song texts from among those he published anonymously in devotional compilations, discuss their stylistic attributes and content in the context of this literary and musical oeuvre, and create a catalogue raisonné of the devotional songs that appear for the first time in the compilations he edited. This study is a companion to my article on the compilations that appeared in Daphnis 29 (2000), pp. 221-279.

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2001-03-30
2018-09-26

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