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Pachelbel, Johann

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Author(s): Boisits, Barbara
[German Version] (baptized Sep 1, 1653, Nuremberg – buried 3 Sep, 1706, Nuremberg), German organist (Organ) and composer, educated in his home town under Heinrich Schwemmer and Georg Kaspar Wecker. In 1673 Pachelbel became assistant organist at St. Stephen’s Church in Vienna, and may have studied under Johann Kaspar Kerl. In 1677 he became court organist in Eisenach, where he was the teacher of J.S. Bach’s brother, Johann Christoph. In 1678 he became organist of the Predigerkirche in Erfurt, in 16…

Tunder, Franz

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Author(s): Boisits, Barbara
[German Version] (1614, Bannesdorf bei Burg, Fehmarn – Nov 5, 1667, Lübeck), German organist and composer. From 1632 to 1641 Tunder was court organist in Holstein-Gottorp; in 1641 he was appointed organist at the Marienkirche in Lübeck, where he inaugurated the famous evening concerts (Church concert). His successor and son-in-law was D. Buxtehude. Barbara Boisits Bibliography Works: Kantaten und Chorwerke, ed. M. Seiffert, Denkmäler deutscher Tonkunst 3, 1920, 21957 Sämtliche Orgelwerke, ed. K. Beckmann, 1974 On Tunder: K. Gudewill, Franz Tunder und die nordelbingische Mu…
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