Buxtehude


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Buxtehude

Dietrich . 1637--1707, Danish composer and organist, resident in Germany from 1668, who influenced Bach and Handel
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"Buxtehude is our third acquisition in the Hamburg area and is part of our initiative to sell our three non-core properties in Bremen, which we completed last month and move the resources and capital from Bremen into the Hamburg market where we believe opportunities and returns will be much greater," said Chief Executive Andrew Coombs.
She's been going out with some of the volunteers and has been to Harsefeld and Buxtehude following the possible sightings there.
Buxtehude's lilting Jesu, meines Lebens Leben, marked by a persistent but captivating ground bass, opens the program.
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"What it didn't lose is its spirit and its genius." The painting was discovered after it was put up for sale in a little-known auction in November in Buxtehude, Germany, near Hamburg.
The programme includes the Allegri Miserere and movements from Buxtehude's rarely performed cantata Membra Jesu Nostri.
Fuller has acquired Nordic Adhesives Technology, a developer and manufacturer of polyurethane flexible packaging laminating adhesives based in Buxtehude, Germany.
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I wish to honor Mark Bangert upon his retirement with a discussion of Dietrich Buxtehude's oratorio Membra Jesu nostri.