Aliases: Notker the Stammerer, believed to be the Monk of St. Gall who wrote De Carolo Magno, a life of Charlemagne.
Born: c. 840
Died: 6 April 912
Biography . Notker's Liber hymnorum, created between 881 and 887, is an early collection of Sequences, a genre he is traditionally credited with inventing. The hymn Media vita was erroneously attributed to him late in the Middle Ages. He was beatified in 1512.
View the Wikipedia article on Notker Balbulus.
Musical settings of literary works
- Congaudent angelorum I (Anonymous)
- Congaudent angelorum II (Anonymous)
- Congaudent angelorum III (Anonymous)
- Laudes Christo Redemptori (Jacob Obrecht)
- Laudes Salvatori (Heinrich Isaac)
- Omnes superni ordines (Anonymous)
- Sacerdotem Christi Martinum (Johannes Roullet)
- Summi triumphum (Heinrich Isaac)
- Summi triumphum regis I (Anonymous)
- Summi triumphum regis II (Anonymous)
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