MusicAtlas: Nürnberg

Great music history, mostly supported by own civilians (no court) - singing tradition from 16th c. Meistersinger to the Sängerfest of 1861, with 284 amateur choirs - both sacred and secular music flourished especially in the baroque era - first German opera Seelewig by Sigmund Theophil Staden (1643) - first clarinet by J.Chr. Denner c. 1700.

Important composers born in Nuremberg: Conrad Paumann, Leo Hassler, the brethren Krieger, Johann Pachelbel and Hugo Distler - the phenomenon 'commemorative tablet' unknown here.

Choisirez une place sur la carte ou dans la liste sur gauche.
Au MusicAtlas vue d'ensemble

d05.5.01

music history

Image for St. Sebalduskirche Weinmarkt Nürnberg
d05.5.03

Pachelbel

Image for Rochusfriedhof Beim Rochuskirchhof 17 Nürnberg
d05.5.04

Staden

d05.5.05

Beethoven

d05.5.06

Sachs

d05.5.07

Sachs

d05.5.08

d05.5.09

Meistersinger

d05.5.11

d05.5.13

d05.5.15

instruments -

Explanation of symbols

workshop A workshop or atelier for instruments or other music items. other music Other occasional live music performances
library A library or archive. live music A concert hall or other place for live music.
conservatory A conservatory or music school. historic performances A place where composers or musicians performed or were employed.
house closed A house or building that is closed to the public. house open to public A house or building that can be visited by the public.
monument A single monument. monuments Two or more monuments.
museum A museum. opera house or theatre Opera house or other place for music theatre performances.
organ A memorial or interesting organ. memorial tablet A memorial tablet or stone.
grave A single grave. graves Two or more graves.