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Hans-Georg Görner (Composer)

Born: April 23, 1908 - Berlin, Gerrmany
Died: February 20, 1984 - Berlin, Germany

Hans-Georg Görner was a German composer, choral conductor, organist and musicologist. He was convinced National Socialist, Nazi Party member since 1930, including director of Kammerchores des Deutschlandsenders (Chamber Choir of Germany), and founder of the Berliner Kantorei. He served as organist and Kantor at the St. Marien/St. Nikolai.in Berlin in 1931 and from 1936. He was Music Director of the Propsteikirche in Berlin from 1937 to 1945.

After World War II, Hans-Georg Görner had since 1953 a college career in the DDR and composed extensivly.

 

Source: Marienkirche-Berlin Website (May 2012), English translation by Aryeh Oron (May 2013)
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Aryeh Oron (May 2013)

Hans-Georg Görner: Short Biography | Arrangements/Transcriptions: Works | Recordings

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Herausragende Musikerpersönlichkeiten an St.Petri, St.Marien, St.Nikolai und Parochial (Marienkirche-Berlin) [PDF, German]

 

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