Johann Joseph Fux Music Recordings and Sheet Music

  • Born
  • Died
    13th February 1741
  • Birthplace
    Hirtenfeld, Styria, Austria

Johann Joseph Fux was an Austrian composer, music theorist and pedagogue of the late Baroque era. He is most famous as the author of Gradus ad Parnassum, a treatise on counterpoint, which has become the single most influential book on the Palestrinian style ofRenaissance polyphony. Almost all modern courses on Renaissance counterpoint, a mainstay of college music curricula, are indebted in some degree to this work by Fux.

Title Form Instrument Ratings
Gradus ad Parnassum Books N/A
Keyboard Works Books Harpsichord
Canons in G minor, K.deest Canon Chamber group
Confitebur, K.79 Chorale Choir and Orchestra
Libera me, K.54 Funeral Music Choir and Instrument
Requiem aeternam, K.147 Funeral Music Choir
Motetten Motet Choir
Costanza e fortezza, K.315 Opera / Operetta Voice(s) and Orchestra
Ouverture in B-flat major, K.deest Overture Orchestra
Ouverture in D minor, K.deest Overture Orchestra
Overture in C major, K.334 Overture Orchestra
Overture in C major, K.356 Overture Orchestra
Overture in D minor, K.357 Overture Orchestra
Overture in F major, K.354 Overture Orchestra
Overture in G minor, K.355 Overture Orchestra
2 Partitas Partita Chamber group
Partita in G minor, K.324 Partita Solo instrument and Continuo
Ad te Domine levavi, K.153 Sacred Mass Choir
Angelis suis, K.143 Sacred Mass Choir
Asperges me, K.204 Sacred Mass Choir and Instrument