Heinz Wunderlich at 90

Zoller, Jay
April 2009
Diapason;Apr2009, Vol. 100 Issue 4, p19
A biography of Heinz Wunderlich, organist, choral conductor, and composer, is presented. He was born on April 25, 1919, and was accepted at the Academy of Music in Leipzig, Germany at the age of 16. He completed his musical education in 1940 but continued to study music until 1941. He has been enlisted in German army in 1941, and after he was discharged in the service in 1943, he started teaching organ and harpsichord in Halle, Germany. An overview of his career and marriage life is presented.


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