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Title: East German Revolution: Historic Organs of the German Democratic Republic
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Various Artists - East German Revolution: Historic Organs of the German Democratic Republic mp3 download
East German Revolution: Contemporary East German Composers - Студийный альбом от Various Artists. В альбом вошло 11 треков. Продолжительность альбома: 58:56.
East German Revolution: Historic Organs of the German Democratic Republic.
Track 3: Silbermann-Orgel der Kathedrale zu Dresden/Sachsen - Silbermann Organ in Dresden Cathedral. Track 4: Ladegast-Orgel im Dom zu halt - Ladegast Organ in Merseburg Cathedral. Track 5: Barock-Orgel der Stiftskirche zu Römhild/Thüringen - Baroque Organ in the Covent Church at Römhild/Thuringia. Other Versions (1 of 1) View All. Cat
Art Prize of the German Democratic Republic. The Art Prize of the German Democratic Republic (German: Kunstpreis der Deutschen Demokratischen Republik) was an East German state award bestowed on individuals for contributions in various fields of art. The Art Prize was annually awarded in recognition of "outstanding creative and interpretive achievements" in visual arts, applied arts, cinema, television, radio and entertainment.
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The German revolutions of 1848–49 (German: Deutsche Revolution 1848/1849), the opening phase of which was also called the March Revolution (German: Märzrevolution), were initially part of the Revolutions of 1848 that broke out in many European countries. They were a series of loosely coordinated protests and rebellions in the states of the German Confederation, including the Austrian Empire.
The National Prize of the German Democratic Republic (East Germany) (German: Nationalpreis der Deutschen Demokratischen Republik) was an award of the German Democratic Republic (GDR) given out in three different classes for scientific, artistic, and other meritorious achievement. This coveted award could be given to East German citizens, groups, and even foreigners provided they made crucial contributions to socialist culture and science. The National Prize was awarded in three classes, with corresponding monetary awards for each class. First class was 100,000 marks, second class was 50,000 marks and third class was 25,000 marks.
The date of the German Revolution is normally given as 9th November 1918. But the real impetus had begun on 3rd November, when workers and sailors mutinied at Kiel. The mass demonstration which converged on the Congress demanded, among other things, the democratic transformation of the army. As a result, the Congress supported a bill of rights for democratising the military. It demanded: (1) the abolition of the standing army and the establishment of a people’s militia, (2) that all badges of rank be removed, (3) that all soldiers be allowed to elect their officers with immediate right of recall, and furthermore (4) soldiers’ councils would be responsible for the maintenance of discipline throughout the armed forces.
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|1||Ciacona in D Major Johann Pachelbel||7:59|
|2||Prelude and Fuge in C Manjor, BWV 545 Johann Sebastian Bach||14:34|
|3||Toccata un Fuge in D Minor Dietrich Buxtehude||9:17|
|4||Prelude and Fugue in E Minor, BWV 548 Johann Sebastian Bach||14:13|
|5||Improvisations in Three Movements on the Chorale by Martin Luther Johannes-Ernst Köhler||13:39|
CreditsJohann Sebastian Bach - Composer
Dietrich Buxtehude - Composer
Johannes-Ernst Köhler - Composer, Organ
Hans Otto - Organ
Johann Pachelbel - Composer
Michael Pohl - Organ
Hansjurgen Scholze - Organ
Hans Günther Wauer - Organ