Home | MIDI Collections | MP3 Files
Composers | Essays | Sources | Feedback | Editorial

Composers: Main List | Bakfark | Bazylik | Borek | Cato | Długoraj | Gomółka | Gorczycki | Jarzębski | Leopolita | Liban | Lilius | Jan z Lublina | Mielczewski | Pękiel | Mikołaj z Radomia | Szamotulski | Zieleński

Jan Fabrycy

Jan Fabrycy lived from approx. 1615 to approx. 1655. He composed in the traditional a cappella style which was at his time mainly used for settings of the ordinarium missae still (while at that same time other composers already wrote vocal and instrumental concerti and the like). One example of his works is the parody mass based on the polyphonic motet "In te Domine speravi" (In you, Lord, I set my hope) by Waclaw z Szamotul.

Information supplied by Monika Fahrnberger
Back to the Composers page