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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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Therefore, I am extremely happy that no one has ever asked me to make an urtext edition for the Buxtehude organ works, for example.
In which artistic area was Dietrich Buxtehude noted?
International award-winning Czech organist Pavel Kohout will perform works by Buxtehude, Bohm, Bach and old Czech masters in a free concert at 3 p.
While some may think that organ music is all Bach and Buxtehude, this collection of famous orchestral marches takes us into the world of theater organ with all its "bells and whistles.
The painting was discovered after it was put up for sale in a little-known auction in November in Buxtehude, Germany, near Hamburg.
Harpist Robin Ward: Music from 17th century to present day including works by Trabaci, Froberger, Buxtehude, Parry, and Glinka: St John the Baptist Church, Fleet Street, Coventry city centre, 7:30pm.
Una de las chaconas mas famosas que se ejecuto por vez primera en el organo aludido fue obra del danes Dietrich Buxtehude (1637-1707), protagonista de una historia que merece ser recordada.
Fuller has acquired Nordic Adhesives Technology, a developer and manufacturer of polyurethane flexible packaging laminating adhesives based in Buxtehude, Germany.
It will feature music by Bach, Monteverdi, Buxtehude and Schutz and takes place on Sunday from 3pm at St German's Church, Adamsdown, Cardiff.