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  1. Otto I, Holy Roman Emperor - Wikipedia

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    On 29 January 946, Eadgyth died suddenly at the age of 35, and Otto buried his wife in the Cathedral of Magdeburg. The union had lasted sixteen years and produced two children; with Eadgyth's death, Otto began to make arrangements for his succession.

  2. Saint Maurice - Wikipedia

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    In 961, Otto I, Holy Roman Emperor, was building and enriching Magdeburg Cathedral, which he intended for his own tomb.

  3. Wilbrand von Käfernburg - Wikipedia

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    Wilbrand von Kevernburg (also known as Wulbrand or Hildebrand) (born ca. 1180: died 5 April 1253) was the Archbishop of Magdeburg between 1235 and 1253. Life Edit Wilbrand was the son of Prince Günter II of Schwarzburg-Käfernburg , by his father's second marriage which was to the Princess Adelheid of Loccum-Hallermund /

  4. Peter Vischer the Elder - Wikipedia

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    Tomb of Archbishop Ernest, in Magdeburg Cathedral (1495) His chief early work. It is surrounded with statuettes of the Apostles under semi-Gothic canopies. It is purer in style than the Shrine of Saint Sebald (see next item).

  5. Carl Martin Reinthaler - Wikipedia

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    Biography. Reinthaler was born in Erfurt.He received his first music education from August Gottfried Ritter, an organist at Magdeburg Cathedral. He studied theology, and then music with Adolf Bernhard Marx, studying from 1849 to 1852 in Paris and Rome with a royal scholarship.

  6. Bruno of Querfurt - Wikipedia

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    Bruno was from a noble family of Querfurt (now in Saxony-Anhalt). He is rumored to have been a relative of the Holy Roman Emperor Otto III. At the age of six, he was sent to be educated at the cathedral school in Magdeburg, seat of Adalbert of Magdeburg, the teacher and namesake of Adalbert of Prague.

  7. Albert of Brandenburg - Wikipedia

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    Albert's hostility towards the reformers, however, was not so extreme as that of his brother Joachim I, Elector of Brandenburg; and he appears to have exerted himself towards peace, although he was a member of the League of Nuremberg, formed in 1538 as a counterpoise to the League of Schmalkalden.

  8. Ernst Barlach - Wikipedia

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    The Magdeburger Ehrenmal (Magdeburg commemorative sculpture) (1929), which created a large controversy about Barlach's anti-war position (Magdeburg Cathedral) After his studies, Barlach worked for some time as a sculptor in Hamburg and Altona, working mainly in an Art Nouveau style.

  9. Heinrich Albert | Hymnary.org

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    Wikipedia Biography Heinrich Albert (also Heinrich Alberti) (28 June 1604 – 6 October 1651) was a German composer and poet of the 17th century. He was a member of the Königsberg Poetic Society (Königsberger Dichterkreis).

  10. Jan Lehtola (Organ) - Short Biography

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    Jan Lehtola (Organ) Born: 1972 - Tampere, Finland The Finnmish organist, Jan Lehtola, studied the organ in Helsinki (with Professor Olli Porthan and Kari Jussila), Amsterdam (with Professor Jacques van Oortmerssen and Jean Boyer), Stuttgart (with Professor Ludger Lohmann), Lyon (with Professor Louis Robilliard) and Paris (with Professor Naji Hakim).

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