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Der Barockdichter Paul Fleming (1609–1640) hinterließ ein umfangreiches literarisches Werk, jedoch nur wenige Autographen. In den Jahren 1622 bis 1628 war Fleming Schüler an der berühmten Leipziger Thomas-Schule, wo er unter anderem bei dem berühmten Thomas-Kantor Johann Hermann Schein lernte. Zu Beginn seines Leipziger Aufenthaltes 1622 schrieb Fleming einen Brief an seinen Vater Abraham, in dem er ihn um Noten bat, aber auch um einige Lebensmittel. Dieser private Brief galt seit dem Zweiten Weltkrieg als verschollen. Anläßlich der Aufarbeitung des Altbestandes in der Chemnitzer Stadtbibliothek tauchte dieser wichtige Brief wieder auf. Er stellt eines der wenigen und zugleich das früheste autographe Schriftzeugnis von Paul Fleming dar.

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