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Johann Albert Fabricius (November 11, 1668 – April 30, 1736) was a German classical scholar and bibliographer. He was born at Leipzig. His father, Werner Fabricius, director of music in the church of St. Paul at Leipzig, was the author of several works, the most important being Deliciae Harmonicae (1656). The son received his early education from his father, who on his deathbed recommended him to the care of the theologian Valentin Alberti. He studied under J.G. More information...
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