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Organ Music by Women Composers Before 1800

Gracia Baptista, Caterina Assandra & Miss Steemson/ed. Calvert Johnson - Harbach Music
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Organ Music by Women Composers Before 1800

Gracia Baptista, Caterina Assandra & Miss Steemson/ed. Calvert Johnson - Harbach Music
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Organ Music by Women Composers before 1800

Edited by Calvert Johnson 

Gracia Baptista Conditor Alme; Caterina Assandra Ave verum corpus; Ego flos campi; Miss Steemson A Dirge for Funerals

Women have been composing organ music for at least five centuries. This volume contains some of the earliest known organ music by women composers, including Conditor Alme, written by a Spanish nun c. 1557. Caterina Assandra was an Italian nun active in the music scene near Milan in the early seventeenth century. Miss Steemson was a church organist in Lancaster, England; this processional was written around 1780. 

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