Martin Bambauer

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Constantine Basilica

Martin Bambauer (born 1970 in Wesel) is a German organist and church musician.

Bambauer studied church music at the Robert Schumann Hochschule in Düsseldorf with Hans-Dieter Möller and passed his examination with distinction for improvisation . Further he studied with Daniel Roth in Frankfurt am Main and passed 2001 the Konzertexamen. Since 2002 he is teacher for organ-improvisation at the Musikhochschule in Köln. Bambauer is organist and choir director at the constantine basilica in Trier.


  • First price International organ-competition of Elburg (NL)
  • First price for improvisation in Schwäbisch Gmünd


Schuke-organ of the constantine basilica
  • 2001: Orgelmusik aus Fünf Jahrhunderten (the Schuke-organ of the constantine basilica)
  • 2004: Franck und Seine Freunde (IFO 00 090)

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