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Heinz Adolf Lachman
1906 - 1990
Germany / The Netherlands
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H.A. Lachman
Heinz Adolf (Hans) Lachman (07/03/1906 - 27/06/1990) a German-born Dutch composer, musician and arranger, born in Berlin, died in Amsterdam. He sometimes used a pseudonym: H.J. van Limburg
Van Limburg Requiem
Period:Modernism
Composed in:1960
Musical form:mass
Text/libretto:Latin mass
In memory of:pastor Hendrik Jacob H. Vullinghs (14/09/1883 - 09/04/1945)
Van Limburg Requiem, a work for choir, orchestra, organ and tenor solo. The Dutch Jewish composer Hans Lachman has composed this work in memory of Father Henri Vullinghs. Pastor Vullinghs has helped hiding the Lachman family (father, mother and son Michel) around Grubbenvorst (Limburg). The family Lachman has survived WW II thanks to pastor Vullinghs. Pastor Vullinghs was arrested on May 1, 1944 right before his church and after being tortured put on transport to Sachsenhausen concentration camp. From there he went to the camp Bergen-Belsen, where he died on April 9, 1945.
Source:http://www.vanlimburgrequiem.nl/nl/
Contributor:Annemarie Nobel-Eikelboom
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father Henri Vullinghs
(dedicatee)