Martin, Johannes Aldenhoff, Maureen Karl Richter in München 1951 - 1991. 2 DVD's Karl Richter in München 2 DVD's

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Johannes Martin, geb. 1943 in Würzburg; Studium an der Hochschule für Musik in München; in den Jahren 1965 - 1970 Mitglied des Münchener Bachchores; 20 Jahre Musiklehrer an verschiedenen Gymnasien in Bayern; 1989 Aufbau des Ton- und Videostudios samt Verlag "Conventus Musicus"; seit dieser Zeit in Bild und Ton tätig u.a. für die Würzburger Dommusik, die Abtei Münsterschwarzach und den Echter Verlag Würzburg. Seine Arbeit und sein besonderes Interesse gilt Film- und Buchdokumentationen der fränkischen Heimat sowie der Bewahrung des Andenkens an Karl Richter (u.a. Aufbau des Karl Richter Archives, Buch-Dokumentation "Karl Richter in München - Zeitzeugen erinnern sich" ISBN3-00-016864-8).

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ISBN(s) 9783000192777
Einbandart Audio CD
Spieldauer, Minuten 135
Sprache Englisch Deutsch
Artikel Typ Physisch
Genre Filme
Kurztitel Karl Richter in München 1951 - 1991. 2 DVD's
ISBN-10 3000192778
Länge 196 mm
Breite 138 mm
Höhe 15 mm
Gewicht 132 gr
Produkttyp DVD, Video
Verlag Conventus Musicus
Untertitel Solisten - Konzerte - Tourneen

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