Cornelius Heinrich Dretzel Music Recordings and Sheet Music

  • Naissance
  • Mort
    7th mai 1755
  • Lieu de naissance
    Nuremberg, Germany

Cornelius Heinrich Dretzel was a German organist and composer. He was born in Nuremberg, where he appears to have spent his whole life in various organists' posts. He may have studied with J.S. Bach in Weimar (1716–1717), and his compositions reveal points of contact with Bach. They include a concerto for harpsichord solo, perhaps modelled on the Italian Concerto; this solo concerto was once thought to be by Bach; an early version of the slow movement was entered in the first edition of Schmieder's catalog as BWV897:1.

Titre Forme Instrument Votes
Divertimento armonico Serenade / Divertimento / Cassation Piano