3 edition of Hugo Distler and His Church Music found in the catalog.
Hugo Distler and His Church Music
by Concordia Pub House
Written in English
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Developing a distinctive, spiritually rooted, and somewhat mystical style, Hugo Distler was the most prominent German composer of choral music and organ music during the period immediately before World War II. Although he was not Jewish, and did not compose in an atonal idiom, Distler faced persecution from Nazi cultural authorities. Distler was born J , in Nuremberg, Germany. Palmer, L., Hugo Distler and His Church Music. St. Louis: Conordia Pub. House, More information is available if you search the Web for Hugo Distler, although most of it is in German. I am grateful to a number of UH colleagues for their help: David Ashley White, Music Department; Edward Lukasek, Library; and Sara Fishman, History Department.
Hugo Distler () has been described as the most important composer of Protestant Church music in Germany in the early twentieth century—a remarkable epithet given that he was a professional church musician and composer for only about twelve years before his life was abruptly ended with his suicide in Though he is more well-known in Germany, in the United States public. Shop and Buy Hugo Distler: Totentanz sheet music. sheet music book by Hugo Distler (): Carus Verlag at Sheet Music Plus: The World Largest Selection of Sheet Music. ().
He is the author of Hugo Distler and his Church Music (), and Harpsichord in America — A 20th-Century Revival (/), both cited as works indispensible for Music Libraries, as well as a book of memoirs: Letters from Salzburg — A Music Student in Europe 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
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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 (Composer) Born: J - Nuremberg, Bavaria.
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. Hugo Distler and His Church Music. Hugo Distler. by Jennrich, Wolfgang.
and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at 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.". Music. Distler enjoyed his first success in at the official Kassel Music Days (Kasseler Musiktage). He achieved his greatest public success in at the German Choral Music Festival in Graz, when the Stuttgart Hochschule choir gave the première of sections from the Mörike-Chorliederbuch; the event was regarded as the climax of the festival, but the dissemination of the work took place.
Hugo Distler (): Recontextualizing Distler's Music for Performance in the Twenty-First Century. View/ Open. Pierson_washington_E_pdf (Mb) Author. Pierson, Brad. Metadata Show full item record. Finally, inDistler, 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 indrawn to the Nazis. In a word: blissful. Here is a sublime compendium of Hugo Distler’s sacred music for choir and organ in rewarding SACD-recorded sound.
Maria Jürgensen and the Norddeutscher Kammerchor make much – and with enormous, affecting sympathy – of the composer’s rich, respectful take on Reformation-era Lutheran melodies, with soprano Christina Roterberg a nuanced interpreter of his distinctive.
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Chorvariationen über ein Thema von Hugo Distler ()  Christina Roterberg (soprano) Arvid Gast (organ) Norddeutscher Kammerchor/Maria Jürgensen rec.St Jacob’s Church, Lübeck, Germany German texts included Reviewed in stereo and surround MDG SACD . HUGO DISTLER AND HIS CHURCH MUSIC by Palmer, Larry Seller Easton's Books, Inc.
Published Condition VG+/VG+; Hardback in Very Good+ condition with Very Good+ dust jacket. He is the author of Hugo Distler and his Church Music (), and Harpsichord in America — A 20th-Century Revival (/), both cited as works indispensible for Music Libraries, as well as a book of memoirs: Letters from Salzburg — A Music Student in Europe About.
Hugo Distler was born on 24 June in Nuremberg and brought up by his grandparents in the old book printing town. In his baptismal church St. Lawrence, the High Gothic principal church of the old town of Nuremberg south of the river Pegnitz, Leonhard Lechner Athesinus (–), Distler’s model as a composer, had also worked during his lifetime.
Hugo Distler must also have had such naive hopes and expectations when on May 1,the final day before the four-year ban on new party members,2 he had himself enrolled in the Nazi Party and, on the same day in a May Day parade in Lübeck, marched behind a flag bearing the swastika.3 The Berlin High Consistorial Councilor of the Protestant.
HUGO DISTLER AND HIS CHURCH MUSIC: Books - Skip to main Hello, Sign in. Account & Lists Returns & Orders. Try. Prime Cart. Books. Go Search Hello Reviews: 1. 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 and his church music by Larry Palmer (Book) Hugo Distler (Book) Hugo Distler: eine musikalische Biographie by Winfried Lüdemann (Book) Hugo Distler: Lebensweg eines Frühvollendeten by Barbara Distler-Harth (Book) Hugo Distler.
Another Palmer volume is Hugo Distler and his Church Music, which in was the first biography of a fascinating 20th-century composer known to sacred-music types but few others.
Palmer recorded.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.