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Hugo Distler and his church music.

Larry Palmer

Hugo Distler and his church music.

by Larry Palmer

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Published by Concordia Pub. House in St. Louis .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Distler, Hugo, 1908-1942

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. [183]-187.

    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsML410.D57 P3
    The Physical Object
    Pagination187 p.
    Number of Pages187
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5542503M
    LC Control Number67020427

    Hugo Distler and the renewal movement in Nazi Germany / by Todd Jere Harper Publication | Library Call Number: MLD57 H37 The primary purpose of this dissertation is to provide a detailed account of the accomplishments of Hugo Distler as an organist, composer and conductor in the Protestant Church and to examine the impact of the.   Today Distler is known for a collection of twenty-one existing works, including some multi-part choral pieces, organ partitas, piano duos and an adventurous string quartet. His music, and the story of his life, have continued to endure and inspire the German people and the world.

    Hugo Distler. German composer, perhaps the most influential composer of church music in Germany between the two world wars. In he began a series of musical vespers in Lübeck reminiscent of those of Buxtehude* in the seventeenth century. In Stuttgart he came under the influence of Orff and Hindemith. As I listened to a piece by German composer Hugo Distler yesterday, it struck me how remarkable his music was. Distler wrote primarily for chorus and organ, and, if you know his work, you're aware of an utterly distinctive musical flavor. Distler was born in Nuremberg in

    About. Hugo Distler's contribution to Lutheran church music of the twentieth century can hardly be overestimated. His clear musical language marked by lightness and transparency has influenced generations of church musicians and composers. Finally, in , Distler, 34 years old, pushed his bed into his kitchen, turned on the oven’s gas, lay down, and died. Distler actually had joined the Nazi Party in , drawn to the Nazis Author: Matthew Guerrieri.


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book selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at OCLC Number: Description: pages: illustrations, portraits, music ; 24 cm: Contents: Hugo Distler's life and times. Music in Germany at the beginning of the twentieth century ; The Orgelbewegung ; Gebrauchsmusik and neoclassicism ; Distler's early life and education ; First position: organist at the St.

Jakobikirche ; The Stuttgart years ; Professor in Berlin --The organ works. 18 rows  Hugo Distler was a German composer, known mostly for his church choral music. He. Hugo Distler and His Church Music: Larry Palmer: Books - Skip to main content.

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Buy Hugo Distler and his church music by Palmer, Larry (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible s: 1. Choir Sacred (SATB choir) Arranged by John Dressler and Hugo Distler. Choral (Sacred); Choral Octavo; Performance Music Ensemble; Single Titles; Worship Resources.

Alfred Archive Edition: J. Fischer & Bro. Catalog. Sacred. Choral Octavo. 8 pages. Alfred Music #FEC School of Music Hugo Distler has been recognized as a forerunner of the New German Church Music, an important musical movement which developed in the s. Beyond his role in developing music for the worship service, Distler wrote many secular choral compositions which represent.

HUGO DISTLER AND HIS CHURCH MUSIC: Books - Skip to main content. Try Prime EN Hello, Sign in Account & Lists Sign in Account & Lists Orders Try Prime Cart. Books Go Search Best Sellers Gift Ideas Manufacturer: Concordia Pub. House. Life and career. Born in Nuremberg, Distler attended the Leipzig Conservatory from tofirst as a conducting student with piano as his secondary subject, but changing later, on the advice of his teacher, to composition and organ.

He studied there with Martienssen (), Günther Ramin and Grabner (harmony).He became the organist at St. Jacobi in Lübeck in Buy Hugo Distler and his church music. by Larry Palmer online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 0 edition - starting at $ Shop now.

Distler, Hugo Overview. Hugo Distler and his church music by Larry Palmer (Book) Hugo Distler (Book) Hugo Distler: eine musikalische Biographie by Winfried Lüdemann Hugo Distler and the new church music. [Typewritten ms.]. Hugo Distler and His Church Music by Palmer, Larry Dust jacket missing.

Shelf and handling wear to cover and binding, with general signs of Seller Rating: % positive. Books Larry Palmer: Hugo Distler and his Church Music. Louis: Concordia Publishing House, (Out of print; often available through or ).

The most comprehensive (and recent) book on Distler is available only in German, Winfried Lüdemann: Hugo Distler—Eine musikalische Biographie. Hugo Distler — Suite from 30 Pieces, Op I — Mvt.

I—IV he became famous as a church musician, organist, conductor, and composer—the par excellence of German music. Premiered inthis work exemplifies Distler's commitment to the Word of God.

His declamatory style combined with intense rhythmic motives .Hugo Distler and the new church music. [Typewritten ms.] Format Book Published Description p.

illus., port. Thesis (M.M.)--Indiana University. Subject headings Distler, Hugo, Church music. Holdings Library Blmgtn - Music Library Call Number MZ1.A  A friend who visited Germany brought me back a box of 6 LPs, with all of Distler's organ music, played by Arno Schonstedt, and including a few recordings of Distler himself playing.

I learned more from Larry Palmer's book, "Hugo Distler and his Church Music.".