Herman Strategier

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Herman Strategier (1912–1988) was a composer, organist, and conductor from The Netherlands.[1] Strategier studied at the Roman Catholic School of Church Music in Utrecht.[2] He served as conductor of Leiden's Dutch Madrigal Choir and also composed a number of larger concert works, among them are Don Ramiro (1943) for chorus and orchestra, Rembrandt Cantata (1956), and Shadow out of Time (1973) for ad libitum chorus, flute, percussion, organ, harp, and tape.[2]


  1. ^ (in Indonesian)Hassan Shadily & Redaksi Ensiklopedi Indonesia (Red & Peny)., Ensiklopedi Indonesia Jilid 6 (SHI-VAJ). Jakarta: Ichtiar Baru-van Hoeve, hal. 3308
  2. ^ a b Nick Strimple., Choral Music in the Twentieth Century. Wisconsin: Amadeus, 2005, p. 72