News

Our National Anthem is online

Based on the manuscript discovered at our National Library, 7 different adaptations are online: symphony orchestra with choir TTBB (the original), chamber orchestra, symphonic orchestra with choir SATB ad libitum, wind band with choir SATB ad libitum, choir SATB with...

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11 Jul 2024
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Roland Wiltgen, a busy composer!

In our recent newsletter, we made a fairly serious oversight which we would like to correct: we forgot to talk about three important publications for symphony orchestra and concert band by Roland Wiltgen, Schmelz for Wind Band, Konzertstück mit Barcarole...

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05 Jul 2024
News

Highly important report on our…

Our Luxembourg radio station radio 100.7 produced a remarkable report on the new publication of our National Anthem. In the second part it gives many details on the structure of LMP, the concept of publishing and everyday work. The report...

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03 Jul 2024
Composer

Jean-Antoine Zinnen (1827-1898)

The composer of the national anthem, Jean-Antoine Zinnen (1827-1898) was born in Neuerbourg, a part of the Eifel that the Treaty of Vienna of 1815 had assigned to Prussia.His father, Jean-Baptiste Zinnen, as well as his brothers Adolphe and Auguste,...

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23 Jun 2024
News

New editions of the national…

The musicologist Pierre Schwickerath spotted the original manuscript of Jean-Antoine Zinnen’s composition in the collections of the Bibliothèque nationale. The score is set for men’s chorus TTBB and symphony orchestra - not for woodwind ensemble, as has been previously claimed....

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12 Jun 2024
News

Nik Bohnenberger at Festival de…

His piece TRUCMACHIN for Bass Clarinet and Amplification will be performed next June 22, 19.00 at IRCAM Espace de projection in Paris by Alain Billard, member of the Ensemble Intercontemporain

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30 May 2024
News

New Catalogues to download!

Feel free to download our latest catalogue upgrades!

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07 Apr 2024
News

Recent publications or next to…

Walter Civitareale *1954“Symphonie No. 1, (5 Orchesterlieder) für gemischten Chor, solo Bariton und Sinfonieorchester “Jubilee-Suite pour trompette, clarinette et orchestre symphonique, ” Hommage à Louis Amstrong”Concerto pour violon et orchestre No 2 “A la mémoire d’Eugène Ysaÿe”, piano reductionEdmond Cigrang...

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11 Dec 2023
News

New publications by Yann Windeshausen

LMP is publishing new scores of this young composer:After Blazing colours for 3 Clarinets Bb and Bass Clarinet, Jay for Trumpet Bb and Piano, Demain, dès l’aube, pour soprano, ténor, clarinette sib et piano, Turbulenz, für Altsaxophon und Klavier and...

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09 Oct 2023
News

New publications by Osamu Yaguchi

After Elegy and Berceuse, both for string quartet, Preludio for 4 violins, Osamu Yaguchi is publishing a score for oboe and string quartet, Jet´s Medley, and 3 Miniatures for piano solo, Réminiscence, Songe triste and Valse des enfants. Enjoy!

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24 Jun 2023
Composer

Yaguchi Osamu *1965

Born in 1965 in Tokyo, Osamu Yaguchi began studying the violin at the age of 3. At the age of 10, he obtained the 1st Prize of the Musical Competition of the Students of Japan. At 14, he entered the...

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07 Jun 2023
Composer

Jules Krüger (1899-1976)

Jules Krüger was born in Luxembourg, in 1899. After studying violin, piano and harmony at the city's conservatory, he continued his studies at the Royal Conservatory of Liège with notably Mathieu Crickboom, himself a pupil of Eugène Ysaÿe. After his...

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24 Apr 2023
News

New publications by Tatsiana Zelianko

LMP is publishing several new compositions by Tatsiana Zelianko.  First of all Infantes pour violin et piano, written for "Concours Luxembourgeois et Européen pour Jeunes Solistes de 2023 de l’Ecole de musique de l’Union Grand-Duc Adolphe". Next,  5 Coloristic miniatures for soprano and...

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06 Apr 2023
News

Publications by Maurizio Spiridigliozzi

As a well known accordionist, Maurizio Spiridigliozzi writes of course for his own instrument, Rincontro for piano and accordion, Tango pour quintette are the first works we publish, but as well La Llorona for piano, Tryptique pour violon et piano, Time out for 3 clarinets, Earthquake...

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27 Mar 2023
Composer

Olivier Dartevelle *1957

Born in the Vosges, Olivier Dartevelle studied music in Remiremont, his hometown, then in Nancy before joining the National Conservatory of Paris in the class of Guy Deplus while pursuing a university education in Strasbourg. After graduating with different first...

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17 Feb 2023
Composer

Mertzig René (1911-1986)

Détail Raymond Clement René Mertzig was born on August 11, 1911 in Colmar-Berg into a family of musicians. He took piano, violin and music theory lessons at the Luxembourg Conservatory, and went on to perfect his skills at the Brussels...

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02 Feb 2022
Composer

Koster Lou (1889 – 1973)

portrait detail Raymond Clement Lou Koster received lessons in music theory, violin and piano from her grandfather Franz Ferdinand Bernhard Hoebich, the first conductor of the Luxembourg military band. According to her own statement, she already felt called to be...

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03 Jan 2022
Composer

Pensis Henri (1900-1958)

Henri Pensis was born in Luxembourg to Belgian-Luxembourgish parents on November 3, 1900. He attended his first violin lessons at his hometown’s Conservatoire. At the young age of thirteen , he had already debuted at the Cercle Municipal with two...

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02 Jan 2022
Composer

Dicks (Edmond de la Fontaine)…

Edmond de la Fontaine (1823 – 1891), better known by his pen name of Dicks, was a Luxembourgian jurist, poet, and lyricist, known for his work in the Luxembourgish language. He is considered the national poet of Luxembourg, and along with...

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28 Jul 2020
Composer

Krumlovsky Claus (1930-1999)

Claus Krumlovsky was born in Luxembourg in 1930 where he started to study piano, saxophone, theory, harmony, counterpoint and fugue. He continued his musical studes from 1952 to 1955 at the "Staatliche Hochschule für Musik" in Cologne under Hans Anwander...

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25 Feb 2020
Composer

Schuh Nicolas (1910-1995)

Nicolas Schuh was born on March 26th, 1910 in Mertert and received his first music lessons in solfège, piano, violin and organ from his father. He was also taught piano and harmony by Max Menager. At the age of nineteen,...

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25 Feb 2020
Composer

Krüger Jules (1899-1976)

Jules Krüger was born in Luxembourg, in 1899. After studying violin, piano and harmony at the city's conservatory, he continued his studies at the Royal Conservatory of Liège with notably Mathieu Crickboom, himself a pupil of Eugène Ysaÿe. After his...

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23 Feb 2020
Composer

Schmit Jean-Pierre (1904-1985)

Jean-Pierre Schmit was born on September 21, 1904 in Breitweiler. At the age of six he received violin, piano and harmony lessons from his father. Discovered by Dominique Heckmes, he became a soloist in the church choir of the cathedral....

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13 Feb 2020
Composer

Beicht Jean-Pierre (1869-1925)

Jean-Pierre Beicht was born on 22.4.1869 in the Grund district of Luxembourg-city. Very early the young man was attracted by music and he also decided very early on to become a professional musician. He began his musical studies at the...

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23 Nov 2019
Composer

Barthel Peter Alois (Aloyse-Pierre) (1852…

Peter Alois Barthel was born on 4.10.1852 in Luxembourg. He was initially a teacher at the boys Normal School in Esch / Alzette, then studied Humaniora in Echternach and Luxembourg and entered the seminary. On 24.8.1880 he was ordained a...

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21 Nov 2019
Composer

Kemmer Jean-Pierre (1923-1991)

Jean-Pierre Kemmer was born on December 8, 1923 in Luxembourg, in a family where music occupied a very important place. This certainly explains his early talent, his studies at the conservatoire at the age of 7 and even his pianist...

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30 Sep 2019
Composer

Albrecht Pol 1874 – 1975

The Luxembourg cathedral choir publishes, as part of its 175th anniversary, certain musical works closely related to religious services. These works by Pol Albrecht, Pierre Barthel, Jean-Pierre Beicht, Heinrich Oberhoffer, Jean-Pierre Schmit and Nicolas Schuh are published in special edition...

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20 Sep 2019
Composer

Weber Pierre *1972

Born in 1972 in Luxembourg’s industrial south, Pierre shows an early attraction to music and starts his classical training while still a child. After a short attempt on the violin, he discovers the piano, where things immediately take off. He...

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16 Aug 2019
Composer

Dartevelle Olivier *1957

Born in the Vosges, Olivier Dartevelle studied music in Remiremont, his  hometown, then in Nancy before joining the National Conservatory of Paris in the class of Guy Deplus while pursuing a university education in Strasbourg. After graduating with different first...

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11 Jul 2019
Composer

Oberhoffer Heinrich (1824-1885)

For its 175th anniversary the Luxembourg Cathedral choir and Luxembourg Music Publishers took the joint initiative to publish a series of important compositions by its successive conductors. The publication of different works by Heinrich Oberhoffer (1824-1885) will start this initiative. ...

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07 Jul 2019

A propos de notre section…

Notre catalogue général ne cesse de croître, mais dorénavant, nous nous concentrerons sur les œuvres pédagogiques afin de promouvoir la musique de notre époque dans les programmes scolaires et, in extenso, de rendre la musique contemporaine plus accessible. Peut-être pourriez-vous...

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07 Jul 2019
News

About Pedagogical

Our general catalogue is growing steadily, but in near future our main focus will be concentrated on pedagogical works in order to promote music from our times in school programms and, in extenso, to make contemporary music more accessible. Maybe...

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29 Jun 2019
Composer

Hoffmann Norbert (1916-2011)

Born in Dudelange in 1916, he studied clarinet, violin, harmony and counterpoint at the Conservatory of Luxembourg and at the Royal Conservatory of Brussels. In 1937 he joined the Luxembourg Army Band and became its Head of Music in 1960....

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12 Jun 2019
Composer

Folz Martin *1961

Martin Folz studied at the Musikhochschule Saarbrücken (organ, vocal and choral conducting - diploma with Volker Hempfling). As a member of the Stuttgart Chamber Choir (Conductor: Frieder Bernius) he developed his affinity for choral singing. A master class with László...

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09 Jun 2019
Composer

Zelianko Tatsiana *1980

Après un Master en piano de l’Académie de Musique de Minsk, Tatsiana Zelianko entreprend des études d’écriture et d’analyse musicale au Conservatoire de la Ville de Luxembourg, pour devenir compositrice. Elle y obtiendra deux premiers prix.Depuis 2013, ses oeuvres sont...

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08 Jun 2019
News

Our National Anthem is online

Based on the manuscript discovered at our National Library, 7 different adaptations are online: symphony orchestra with choir TTBB (the original), chamber orchestra, symphonic orchestra with choir SATB ad libitum, wind band with choir SATB ad libitum, choir SATB with piano, choir SATB with organ, choir TTBB with piano.

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11 Jul 2024
News

Roland Wiltgen, a busy composer!

In our recent newsletter, we made a fairly serious oversight which we would like to correct: we forgot to talk about three important publications for symphony orchestra and concert band by Roland Wiltgen, Schmelz for Wind Band, Konzertstück mit Barcarole für Sinfonieorchester, and Canzona for Wind Band. A few months earlier Roland Wiltgen had also published Weather Report, for Brass...

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05 Jul 2024
News

Highly important report on our…

Our Luxembourg radio station radio 100.7 produced a remarkable report on the new publication of our National Anthem. In the second part it gives many details on the structure of LMP, the concept of publishing and everyday work. The report shows too an enthusiastic desire to contribute to our musical cosmos and a sharing of skills and professional experiences important...

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03 Jul 2024
Composer

Jean-Antoine Zinnen (1827-1898)

The composer of the national anthem, Jean-Antoine Zinnen (1827-1898) was born in Neuerbourg, a part of the Eifel that the Treaty of Vienna of 1815 had assigned to Prussia.His father, Jean-Baptiste Zinnen, as well as his brothers Adolphe and Auguste, were also musicians. In 1833, the family settled first in Clervaux, then in Diekirch and then, from 1836, in Larochette....

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23 Jun 2024
News

New editions of the national…

The musicologist Pierre Schwickerath spotted the original manuscript of Jean-Antoine Zinnen’s composition in the collections of the Bibliothèque nationale. The score is set for men’s chorus TTBB and symphony orchestra - not for woodwind ensemble, as has been previously claimed. On the occasion of this year’s national holiday, Luxembourg Music Publishers presents this original edition. The composer Ivan Boumans has...

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12 Jun 2024
News

Nik Bohnenberger at Festival de…

His piece TRUCMACHIN for Bass Clarinet and Amplification will be performed next June 22, 19.00 at IRCAM Espace de projection in Paris by Alain Billard, member of the Ensemble Intercontemporain

Read More
30 May 2024
News

New Catalogues to download!

Feel free to download our latest catalogue upgrades!

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07 Apr 2024
News

Recent publications or next to…

Walter Civitareale *1954“Symphonie No. 1, (5 Orchesterlieder) für gemischten Chor, solo Bariton und Sinfonieorchester “Jubilee-Suite pour trompette, clarinette et orchestre symphonique, ” Hommage à Louis Amstrong”Concerto pour violon et orchestre No 2 “A la mémoire d’Eugène Ysaÿe”, piano reductionEdmond Cigrang (1922-1989)7 Lieder nach japanischen Gedichten von Manfred Hausman für hohe Stimme und OboeOlivier Dartevelle *1957Demain la montagne, rev. 2020Gravure rupestre...

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11 Dec 2023
News

New publications by Yann Windeshausen

LMP is publishing new scores of this young composer:After Blazing colours for 3 Clarinets Bb and Bass Clarinet, Jay for Trumpet Bb and Piano, Demain, dès l’aube, pour soprano, ténor, clarinette sib et piano, Turbulenz, für Altsaxophon und Klavier and De Villchen a seng Niddelchen, for 4 trumpets , here are Margaille for 2 Euphoniums and 2 Tubas, Wou si...

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09 Oct 2023
News

New publications by Osamu Yaguchi

After Elegy and Berceuse, both for string quartet, Preludio for 4 violins, Osamu Yaguchi is publishing a score for oboe and string quartet, Jet´s Medley, and 3 Miniatures for piano solo, Réminiscence, Songe triste and Valse des enfants. Enjoy!

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24 Jun 2023
Composer

Yaguchi Osamu *1965

Born in 1965 in Tokyo, Osamu Yaguchi began studying the violin at the age of 3. At the age of 10, he obtained the 1st Prize of the Musical Competition of the Students of Japan. At 14, he entered the National Conservatory of Music in Paris in the class of Michèle Auclair. In 1983, he successively obtained his 1st Prize...

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07 Jun 2023
Composer

Jules Krüger (1899-1976)

Jules Krüger was born in Luxembourg, in 1899. After studying violin, piano and harmony at the city's conservatory, he continued his studies at the Royal Conservatory of Liège with notably Mathieu Crickboom, himself a pupil of Eugène Ysaÿe. After his first violin prize in 1917, he lived for several years in Brussels where he played in different orchestras, while continuing...

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24 Apr 2023
News

New publications by Tatsiana Zelianko

LMP is publishing several new compositions by Tatsiana Zelianko.  First of all Infantes pour violin et piano, written for "Concours Luxembourgeois et Européen pour Jeunes Solistes de 2023 de l’Ecole de musique de l’Union Grand-Duc Adolphe". Next,  5 Coloristic miniatures for soprano and piano and finally Sonate en un mouvement pour piano à quatre mains. These pieces will be published in the next days.

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06 Apr 2023
News

Publications by Maurizio Spiridigliozzi

As a well known accordionist, Maurizio Spiridigliozzi writes of course for his own instrument, Rincontro for piano and accordion, Tango pour quintette are the first works we publish, but as well La Llorona for piano, Tryptique pour violon et piano, Time out for 3 clarinets, Earthquake for brass instruments and works for wind band, Scènes enfantines, De Schokodraach, ouverture, Scènes enfantines and finally Zeitgeist

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27 Mar 2023
Composer

Olivier Dartevelle *1957

Born in the Vosges, Olivier Dartevelle studied music in Remiremont, his hometown, then in Nancy before joining the National Conservatory of Paris in the class of Guy Deplus while pursuing a university education in Strasbourg. After graduating with different first prizes, he took part in various international competitions and was prize winner at the Prague Spring International Competition.First solo clarinet...

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17 Feb 2023
Composer

Mertzig René (1911-1986)

Détail Raymond Clement René Mertzig was born on August 11, 1911 in Colmar-Berg into a family of musicians. He took piano, violin and music theory lessons at the Luxembourg Conservatory, and went on to perfect his skills at the Brussels Conservatory, where he studied composition. alongside the violin and piano.After his musical studies in Brussels, René Mertzig became a member...

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02 Feb 2022
Composer

Koster Lou (1889 – 1973)

portrait detail Raymond Clement Lou Koster received lessons in music theory, violin and piano from her grandfather Franz Ferdinand Bernhard Hoebich, the first conductor of the Luxembourg military band. According to her own statement, she already felt called to be a composer as a child. At that time, however, the subject of composition was not yet being taught in Luxembourg...

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03 Jan 2022
Composer

Pensis Henri (1900-1958)

Henri Pensis was born in Luxembourg to Belgian-Luxembourgish parents on November 3, 1900. He attended his first violin lessons at his hometown’s Conservatoire. At the young age of thirteen , he had already debuted at the Cercle Municipal with two pieces of Wieniawski. Upon the request of his parents, Pensis finished his secondary studies first, before joining the Conservatoire Royal...

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02 Jan 2022
Composer

Dicks (Edmond de la Fontaine)…

Edmond de la Fontaine (1823 – 1891), better known by his pen name of Dicks, was a Luxembourgian jurist, poet, and lyricist, known for his work in the Luxembourgish language. He is considered the national poet of Luxembourg, and along with Michel Lentz and Michel Rodange, one of the most important figures in the history of Luxembourgian literature. In addition, his...

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28 Jul 2020
Composer

Krumlovsky Claus (1930-1999)

Claus Krumlovsky was born in Luxembourg in 1930 where he started to study piano, saxophone, theory, harmony, counterpoint and fugue. He continued his musical studes from 1952 to 1955 at the "Staatliche Hochschule für Musik" in Cologne under Hans Anwander (piano), Erich Reinecke (counterpoint and fugue), Peter Hammers (orchestral conducting) and Hans Mersmann (musicology). His first compositions date from the...

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25 Feb 2020
Composer

Schuh Nicolas (1910-1995)

Nicolas Schuh was born on March 26th, 1910 in Mertert and received his first music lessons in solfège, piano, violin and organ from his father. He was also taught piano and harmony by Max Menager. At the age of nineteen, Nicolas Schuh went to the conservatory of Luxembourg. His subjects were piano, singing, harmony (with Fernand Mertens) and organ (with...

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25 Feb 2020
Composer

Krüger Jules (1899-1976)

Jules Krüger was born in Luxembourg, in 1899. After studying violin, piano and harmony at the city's conservatory, he continued his studies at the Royal Conservatory of Liège with notably Mathieu Crickboom, himself a pupil of Eugène Ysaÿe. After his first violin prize in 1917, he lived for several years in Brussels where he played in different orchestras, while continuing...

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23 Feb 2020
Composer

Schmit Jean-Pierre (1904-1985)

Jean-Pierre Schmit was born on September 21, 1904 in Breitweiler. At the age of six he received violin, piano and harmony lessons from his father. Discovered by Dominique Heckmes, he became a soloist in the church choir of the cathedral. In 1924 jean-Pierre Schmit graduated from high school and entered the seminary. In 1932 he went to Malines to continue...

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13 Feb 2020
Composer

Beicht Jean-Pierre (1869-1925)

Jean-Pierre Beicht was born on 22.4.1869 in the Grund district of Luxembourg-city. Very early the young man was attracted by music and he also decided very early on to become a professional musician. He began his musical studies at the Luxembourg Conservatory with Johann Anton Zinnen as a teacher. In addition he learned the organ at St. Michael's Church. Afterwards,...

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23 Nov 2019