Martin Gerbert  

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Martin Gerbert (August 11, 1720 – May 3, 1793), German theologian, historian and writer on music, belonged to the noble family of Gerbert von Hornau, and was born at Horb am Neckar, Württemberg, on the 12th (or 11th or 13th) of August 1720.

References

  • Joseph Bader, Das ehemalige Kloster St Blasien and seine Gelehrtenakademie (Freiburg-im-Breisgau, 1874), contains a chronological list of Gerbert's works.




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