Samuel Ebart Sheet Music

  • Born
    1655
  • Died
    1684
  • Birthplace
    Germany

Samuel Ebart was a German baroque composer. He was Kantor and organist of Halle's Market Church, and on his death succeeded by Friedrich Wilhelm Zachow. His best known surviving work is a solo motet Miserere Christe mei which was among tenor Hugues Cuénod's concert pieces in the 1930s and has been recorded by soprano Ruth Ziesak.

Title Form Instrument
Miserere, Christe, mei Sacred Mass Voice(s) and Instruments