Heinrich Albert was a poet and composer who was simply influenced by Schein and studied with Johann Sobaeus. His primary contribution to musical structure was his “Arien”: 170 tunes within eight volumes. A number of the tunes which he published were arranged to his personal poetry but many had been the functions of Simon Dach (amongst others). Albert’s melodies weren’t only well-known in the normal sense however in a “traditional” manner aswell such that 25 from the melodies became chorales. The tunes had been both sacred and secular having been made up for and focused on friends within the event of wedding ceremonies, funerals, entertainment and wedding ceremony anniversaries. Within these dedications may be the background of Konigsberg during Albert’s existence. His items also show the selling point of strophic and syllabic melody stylings. There are just several exceptions to the among the 170. The initial two volumes may also be important as a report for the practice of basso continuo through the Baroque era.