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Sweelinck

Jan Pieterszoon . 1562--1621, Dutch composer and organist, whose organ works are important for being the first to incorporate independent parts for the pedals
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Face-to-face meeting is the most direct link between people, and predictably, Smith examines documentation surrounding Philips's famous visit to Sweelinck in 1593 and subsequent incarceration in The Hague under suspicion of plotting to assassinate Queen Elizabeth I.
Sandwiched between these, Weir's nimble playing of Sweelinck's sparkling Variations on Est-ce Mars?
Organist Dame Gillian Weir - programme includes Bach, Sweelinck, Saint-Saens, Widor: Birmingham Symphony Hall, 7.30pm.
A German Renaissance Christmas - Instrumental and choral music of Praetorius, Sweelinck and others, 7 p.m., Unitarian Universalist Church in Eugene, 1685 W.
He is a master of dealing with both early and contemporary music, bearing witness to which are his acclaimed recordings featuring Sweelinck and Ligeti pieces.
At the time, the conservatory had no program to teach the recorder as a professional instrument, so I created some study plans for the instrument." At the age of seventeen, with a prized scholarship in hand, he departed for Holland to continue his formal study at Amsterdam's famed Sweelinck Conservatorium.
For instance, I had never even heard of Sweelinck until Glenn played him.
Gabriel Monteverdi and Lassus lead the way through to Palestrina, Sweelinck, Buxtehude and the inevitable Bach.
The church subsidized Heinrich's studies with the renowned Dutch organist and composer, Jan Pieterszoon Sweelinck (1562-1621) in Amsterdam between 1611 and 1614.
I did do some quick AB comparing between one piece on this disc, Ach Herr, Mich Armen Sunder, and the same work on a superbly recorded and performed Chandos release: Piet Kee Plays Buxtehude and Sweelinck (0514).