Composed By – Samuel de Lange Jr. A2. Weinen, Klagen, Sorgen, Zagen. Composed By – Franz Liszt. B1. Basso Ostinato - Uit "Zehn Stücke Für Die Orgel", Opus 69. Composed By – Max Reger. B2. Praludium Und Fuge - "Aus Meinem Tagebuch", Opus 82. Organ – Huub Ten Hacken. Deze grammofoonplaat is een uitgave van: Stichting Orgelkring "Hendrik Niehoff" gevestigd te 's-Hertogenbosch. Gatefold sleeve with Dutch text and organ settings.
Samuel de Lange Jr. (22 October 1840 – 7 July 1911) was a Dutch classical composer and musician. He was the son of Samuel de Lange S. .Huub Ten Hacken - Samuel de Lange J. Liszt, Max Reger, Arvo Pärt - Het Grote Orgel In De Kathedrale Basiliek Van Sint Jan Te 's-Hertogenbosch (LP). Samuel de Lange J. Daniel De Lange (LP, Album). Haags Gemeentemuseum.
Huub Ten Hacken - Samuel de Lange J. Liszt, Max Reger, Arvo Pärt - Het Grote Orgel In De Kathedrale Basiliek Van Sint Jan Te 's-Hertogenbosch. Purple City - Purple City Matrix Vo.
Kathedrale Basiliek van Sint Jan Evangelist (Dutch). Sint-Janskathedraal (Dutch). St. John's Cathedral. Erfgoed 's-Hertogenbosch (in Dutch). Retrieved 24 January 2019. Staf en storm : het herstel van de bisschoppelijke hiërarchie in Nederland in 1853: actie en reactie. Georgius Norbertus Maria), 1958-, Janse, W. (Willem), 1956- . 35.
The Kathedrale Basiliek van Sint-Jan Evangelist (Basilica Cathedral of St John the Evangelist) dominates the skyline of the old town of ‘s-Hertogenbosch in North Brabant in the south of The Netherlands. Bells – 59. Heaviest bell de Noteman – 5,500 kg. Exterior of Sint Jan in Den Bosch. The Sint-Janskathedraal in ‘s-Hertogenbosch is one of the largest and most impressive Gothic buildings in The Netherlands. (22 October 1840 – 7 July 1911) was a Dutch composer, music conservatory director, organist, pianist, conductor and music teacher. His father, Samuel de Lange S. and his one year younger brother Daniël de Lange were also well known musicians. De Lange was born in Rotterdam, the son of Johanna Molijn and Samuel de Lange S. a music teacher and organist in Rotterdam
De Lange was born in Rotterdam, the son of Johanna Molijn and Samuel de Lange S. a music teacher and organist in Rotterdam. In the year of Samuel J. s birth, his father established a piano company with Jan and George Rijken, "Rijken & de Lange", a company that still operates in Rotterdam. Among other teachers, Samuel Jr. studied organ with Alexander Winterberger, a pupil of Liszt, and piano with Karol Mikuli, a pupil of Chopin. De Lange befriended many fellow composers, including Johannes Brahms, Max Bruch and Max Reger, and dedicated compositions to Friedrich Grützmacher (1st cello concerto), Hugo Becker (2nd cello sonata), Charles-Marie Widor and Johannes Brahms. De Lange introduced reforms in the education of music in Cologne, Basel, and Stuttgart and was, with his father, instrumental in the founding of De Nederlandse Bachvereniging.