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(1460 - 1521)

The blind organist and composer Arnolt Schlick seems to have been a native of Heidelberg. He is recorded as having made trial of several important organs in various cities, and in 1509 was appointed to the Court Palatine, continuing a career that brought performances before kings, emperors and ecclesiastical dignitaries and involved travel to serve as a consultant on various organs.

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Schlick was granted copyright on his theoretical Spiegel der Orgelmacher und Organisten (‘Mirror of Organ Builders and Organists’) and his Tabulaturen etlicher lobgesang und lidlein uff die orgeln und lauten (‘Tablatures of some songs of praise and little songs for the organ and lute’).

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