Georg Forster was a German editor, composer and physician. Forster was born at Amberg, in the Upper Palatinate. While a chorister at Elector Ludwig V’s court in Heidelberg around 1521, he was a colleague of Caspar Othmayr who would also become a composer of renown. Forster received his first instruction in composition from the Kapellmeister Lorenz Lemlin. He died at Nuremberg.
|O weh der Zeit||Chorale||Piano|
|Timete Dominum omnes Sancti eius||Duet||Open Instrumentation|
|Frische teutsche Liedlein||Song||Solo voice(s)|