175 Neue Orgelstücke, Op.70 (Diebold, Johann)

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Editor:

Johann Diebold (1842–1929)

Engraver:

Leipzig: C.G. Röder.

Publisher Info.:

Regensburg: Fritz Gleichauf, n.d.[1901]. Plate F.G. 24.

Copyright:

Public Domain [tag/del]

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General Information

Work Title 175 Neue Orgelstücke
Alternative Title 175 Neue Orgelstücke für anfangende und fortgeschrittenere Organisten, zum Gebrauch beim Gottesdienste und zum Studium komponiert
Composer Diebold, Johann
Opus/Catalogue Number Op.70
Movements/Sections 175 pieces
First Publication 1901 – Regensburg: Fritz Gleichauf
Piece Style Romantic
Instrumentation Organ


Misc. Comments

Some information of those composers included in the collection who currently do not have categories:

  1. Friedrich Böhmer: organist at St. Bernhard in Breslau (1901).
  2. Willy Herrmann (Dec. 14, 1868–?): organist in Berlin (1901).
  3. A. Löhler: music director in Biberach (1901).
  4. Jos. Schulz: pastor in Oberweier (fl.1887–?).
  5. Lamb. Schweich: musician in Düsseldorf (1901).
  6. Franz Wagner: director of the church choir and singing academy in Bunzlau (1901).
  7. E. Wiedemann: possibly this is Ernst Wiedemann (Nov. 25, 1848–Sept. 16, 1922).
  8. Jos. Zimmermann: hauptlehrer in Remscheid (1901).
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