Bedřich Antonín Wiedermann

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Bedřich Antonín Wiedermann (November 10, 1883 in Ivanovice na Hané, Moravia – November 5, 1951 in Prague) was a Czech organist, composer, and teacher.

He spent his early years in study under Josef Klička and Vítězslav Novák, and taught such notable pupils as Jiří Ropek, Bedřich Janáček, and Josef Černocký. Wiedermann gained great reputation as an organist, he performed in England (1924), New York City (1924), Germany (1925), Sweden (1926), and Belgium (1935).[1]

Selected works[edit]

His compositional output comprises 350 opus numbers of varied instrumentation and vocal formations.

Organ


Violin

Songs

Choirs

Cantatas

Sacred Music

References[edit]

  1. ^ Černušák, Gracián (ed.); Štědroň, Bohumír (1963). Nováček, Zdenko, ed. Československý hudební slovník II. M-Ž (in Czech). Prague: Státní hudební vydavatelství. pp. 950–951. 

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