Adam Berg (music Publisher)
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Adam Berg Music Publisher

Adam Berg (1540-1610)[1] was a German printer and publisher who is best remembered for his work as a music publisher and for his publication of Catholic religious texts. His publishing company was based in Munich, and he actively published music there from 1567-1597. His most notable music publication was Patrocinium musicum which was published in ten volumes from 1573-1580, five of which were devoted to music by composer Orlande de Lassus.[2]


  1. ^ Orlando di Lasso (1 January 1998). The Complete Motets 7: Cantiones aliquot quinque vocum (Munich, 1596); Ten Motets from Selectiorum aliquot cantionum sacrarum sex vocum fasciculus (Munich 1570). A-R Editions, Inc. p. 13. ISBN 978-0-89579-410-9.
  2. ^ Theodore Baker (1919). "Adam Berg". Baker's Biographical Dictionary of Musicians.


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