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Christoph Ernst Friedrich Weyse, a German/Danish composer, He was born in Altona, Hamburg, Germany (the area was Danish at the time) and died in Copenhagen, Denmark. Buried: Gråbrødre Kirkegård, Roskilde, Denmark. Weyse moved to Copenhagen at age 16, and studied music and organ. He was the organist at Vor Frue Church in Copenhagen until his death, and was named court composer in 1819. (Author: Ole Nielsen. Source: [http://www.cyberhymnal.org/bio/w/e/y/weyse_cfe.htm])  
 
Christoph Ernst Friedrich Weyse, a German/Danish composer, He was born in Altona, Hamburg, Germany (the area was Danish at the time) and died in Copenhagen, Denmark. Buried: Gråbrødre Kirkegård, Roskilde, Denmark. Weyse moved to Copenhagen at age 16, and studied music and organ. He was the organist at Vor Frue Church in Copenhagen until his death, and was named court composer in 1819. (Author: Ole Nielsen. Source: [http://www.cyberhymnal.org/bio/w/e/y/weyse_cfe.htm])  
 
 
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*{{NoCo|Velkommen igen Guds engle små}}   ( [http://www.cafe-puccini.dk/sange.aspx {{net}}] MuseScore )
 
  
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Revision as of 09:24, 1 October 2017

Aliases: C. E. F. Weyse

Life

Born: 5 March 1774

Died: 8 October 1842

Biography

Christoph Ernst Friedrich Weyse, a German/Danish composer, He was born in Altona, Hamburg, Germany (the area was Danish at the time) and died in Copenhagen, Denmark. Buried: Gråbrødre Kirkegård, Roskilde, Denmark. Weyse moved to Copenhagen at age 16, and studied music and organ. He was the organist at Vor Frue Church in Copenhagen until his death, and was named court composer in 1819. (Author: Ole Nielsen. Source: [1])

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