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Weyse, Christoph(er) Ernst Friedrich -

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Christoph(er) Ernst Friedrich Weyse studied under Johann Abraham Peter Schulz in Copenhagen. In 1794 he became the organist at the reformed church in the city. In 1895 he took up a position at the Vor Frue Kirke church. In 1819 he was named court composer.

Weyse’s vocal works were well known. In addition to many songs, he wrote a Te Deum, a miserere and cantata. He wrote songs based on the work of Matthias Claudius, Johann Heinrich Voß and Ludwig Christoph Heinrich Hölty. He also composed seven symphonies and many pieces for piano.
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Total 3 Compositions
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Series: Twelve Songs for Lige Stemmer, Theme: Spring
Orchestration: Choir>SAA, Difficulty: easy to medium
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Series: Twelve Songs for Lige Stemmer, Theme: Autumn
Orchestration: Choir>SAA, Difficulty: easy to medium
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Series: Twelve Songs for Lige Stemmer, Theme: miscellaneous
Orchestration: Choir>SAA, Difficulty: easy to medium
Total 3 Compositions