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Heinrich Schütz
Heinrich Schütz (German: [ʃʏt͡s]; 18 October [O.S. 8 October] 1585 – 6 November 1672) was a German composer and organist, generally regarded as the most important German composer before Johann Sebastian Bach and often considered...
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... Highlights from the Heinrich Schütz Tage, held in Wroclaw, Poland, October 1-4, 2009, are discussed. The event featured various organ concerts. ...
... A conference on composer Heinrich Schütz in Europe and specifically in Kassel, Germany, held in Hofgeismar, Germany, November 1-2, 2010, is discussed. ...
... A recording of Heinrich Schutz's "Gesamteinspielung, Vol. 7," is reviewed (Carus). ...
... The article reports on the events that took place at the 40th Heinrich Schütz Fest, which took ...
... News about the Heinrich-Schütz-Haus in Germany, is presented. ...
... following three festivals are presented: (1) the Festliche Tage Alter Musik; (2) the Mittldeutsche Heinrich-Schütz-Tage; and (3) the Heinrich-Schütz-Fest. ...
... Heinrich Schutz is commemorated in two museums, both inaugurated in 1985 to mark the four ... hundredth anniversary of his birth. They include his birthplace, a former inn now known as Heinrich-Schutz ...
... Highlights from the 42nd International Heinrich Schütz Fest, held in Kassel, Germany, November 1-2 ...
... Chambers reviews a recording of Dresdner Kammerchor performing a collection of music from Heinrich ... Schutz. The ensemble is directed by Hans-Christoph Rademann. ...
... Johnston's book, which reveals Heinrich Schütz and his world in Schütz's own words and through the prose of his contemporaries, is reviewed. ...
... Reports on the 34th International Heinrich Schütz Festival held in Dresden, Germany in September ... 1995. The theme of this year's conference was "Heinrich Schütz in the Historical Upheaval of his ...
... A recording of liturgical music by Heinrich Schütz performed by Weser-Renaissance under Manfred Cordes is reviewed (CPO). ...