Philipp Heinrich Erlebach was a German Baroque composer. Erlebach was born in Esens, the son of Johann Philipp Erlebach, a musician at the court of Count Ulrich II of Ostfriesland (6 July 1605 - 1 November 1648) in East Frisia, the principality where the younger Erlebach received his early musical training. Based on his musical abilities, Erlebach was loaned out to the court of Prince Albrecht Anton of Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt (born 2 Feb 1641; died 24 June 1710), count of the larger principality ofThuringia, in 1678. In 1681, he was appointed to the post of Choirmaster (Kapellmeister) to the Thuringian Court, a position he held for 33 years, until his death, aged 56, in Rudolstadt (Thuringia).
|Harmonische Freude musicalischer Freunde||Aria / Arietta||Voice(s) and Instruments|
|Die Liebe Gottes ist ausgegossen in unser Herz||Cantata||Choir and Orchestra|
|Herr wenn Trübsal da ist||Cantata||Choir and Instrument|
|Ich will euch wiedersehen||Cantata||Voice(s) and Orchestra|
|Ich will Wasser gießen||Cantata||Voice(s) and Instruments|
|6 Sonatas for Violin, Viola da Gamba and Continuo||Sonata||Chamber group|