David Kellner

Phantasia 2 by David Kellner

Phantasia 2 by David Kellner (1670-1748) David Kellner was a German composer of the baroque period and a contemporary of Bach. As well as compositions for the lute which are today highly regarded, he wrote on the theory of music, and particularly on writing for equal temperament.

Phantasia by David Kellner

Phantasia by David Kellner (1670-1748) David Kellner was a German composer of the baroque period and a contemporary of Bach. As well as compositions for the lute which are today highly regarded, he wrote on the theory of music, and particularly on writing for equal temperament.

Phantasia in A moll by David Kellner

Phantasia in A moll by David Kellner (1670-1748) David Kellner was a German composer of the baroque period and a contemporary of Bach. As well as compositions for the lute which are today highly regarded, he wrote on the theory of music, and particularly on writing for equal temperament.

Giga by David Kellner

Giga by David Kellner (1670-1748) David Kellner was a German composer of the baroque period and a contemporary of Bach. As well as compositions for the lute which are today highly regarded, he wrote on the theory of music, and particularly on writing for equal temperament.

Aria 2 by David Kellner

Aria 2 by David Kellner (1670-1748) David Kellner was a German composer of the baroque period and a contemporary of Bach. As well as compositions for the lute which are today highly regarded, he wrote on the theory of music, and particularly on writing for equal temperament.

Aria by David Kellner

Aria by David Kellner (1670-1748) David Kellner was a German composer of the baroque period and a contemporary of Bach. As well as compositions for the lute which are today highly regarded, he wrote on the theory of music, and particularly on writing for equal temperament.