Julius Johann Weiland

  • Born
    c. 1605
  • Died
    2nd April 1663
  • Birthplace
    Germany
Julius Johannes Weiland was a minor German composer. He was a singer and harpsichordist at the Wolfenbüttel court at the time of Augustus the Younger, Duke of Brunswick-Wolfenbüttel. With Johann Jacob Löwe (1628–1703), organist at Eisenach, he published Zweyer gleichgesinnten Freunde Tugend- und Schertz Lieder (1657). He died in Wolfenbüttel.

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