alto recorder and guitar — — chamber music Composed by Balduin Sulzer. Woodwind music. Chamber music. 8 + 3 pages pages. Doblinger Music Publishers #GKM-00124. Published by Doblinger Music Publishers (DB.GKM-00124). Price: $26.00
— audio CD — With Fabio Franco (flute), Gianandrea Pauletta (cembalo) und Nazzareno Balduin (cello). Composed by Gerolamo Pugnani, Fabio Franco, Gianandrea Pauletta, and Nazzareno Balduin. Audio CD. With Standard notation. Zimmermann #ZM75009. Published by Zimmermann (PR.ZM75009). Price: $15.00
— Listening CDs, 2 discs — Classical By Gerhard Fluch / Eberhard Reiter / Bernhard Binder / Klaus Wagner / Werner Steinmetz / Ernst Leitner. By Balduin Sulzer / Astrid Spitznagel / Wolfram Wagner / Werner Steinmetz / Andreas Baksa / Gene Pritsker / Hermann Miesbauer / Helmut Thalbauer. Classical. Listening CDs, 2 discs. Published by Naxos (NX.COMCON0036). Price: $29.00
Hoyoul published some motets (like his master Lassus in Catholic Munich) in up to ten parts and German chorale motets (a typically protestant preference), and left more church music in manuscript. His “Aus tiefer Not”, on a German translation of the liturgical psalm “De profundis clamavi”, combines masterly the German chorale technique and the traditional Flemish contrapunct, constantly featuring the chorale melody in the tenor while it simultaneously inspires other parts, especialy the upper one, as well.
This Franco-Flemish Polyphony composer of the fifth generation (championed by Orlandus Lassus) was born in Liège, the episcopal seat and capital of the homonymous prince-bishopric. He was a pupil of Lassus (1564–65 at the Bavarian ducal court in Munich), worked as chorister (before 1563), adult alto singer, music teacher and composer (1565–89) and from 1589 (in succession to his father-in-law Ludwig Daser, who took the post in 1572, ten year after loosing the equivalent in Munich to Lassus) Kapellmeister at the (Baden-)Württemberg ducal court in Stuttgart, where he died.