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Composer: Buxtehude, Dietrich (1637-1707)

April 2018
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Matinee performance
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HerefordBelmont Abbey Organ Recital

Buxtehude, Alain, Pärt, Byrd, Ligeti, Bach
Adam Mathias, Organ

AmsterdamAnna Fedorova & Friends: Piazzolla

© Serban Maestecaneanu
Nisinman, Datta, Ferré, Piazzolla, Buxtehude, Gardel
Marcelo Nisinman; Dana Zemtsov; Nicholas Schwartz; Anna Fedorova

Boulogne-BillancourtJoie Baroque

Buxtehude, Bach, Telemann
Le Palais Royal

RomseyHelios Ensemble

Bach J.M., Bernhard, Handel, Buxtehude, Vivaldi
Unknown; Olwen Foulkes; Henry Tong; Tabea Debus

DresdenKlavierrezital Martin Stadtfeld

Buxtehude, Chopin, Heucke, Bach
Martin Stadtfeld, Piano
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