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us: Lemmens, Jacques-Nicolas, 1823-1881


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    • us: Lemmens, Jaak Nikolaas, 1823-1881
    • us: Lemmens, Nicolas Jacques, 1823-1881
    • us: Lemmens, N. J. (Nicolas Jacques), 1823-1881
    • us: Lemmens, J., 1823-1881
    • us: Lemmens, Nikolaas Jaak, 1823-1881
  • Additional Information

    • Birth Date

        (edtf) 1823-01-03
    • Death Date

        (edtf) 1881-01-30
    • Birth Place

        Zoerle-Parwijs (Belgium)
    • Death Place

        Zemst (Belgium)
    • Gender

        (lcdgt) Males
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  • Earlier Established Forms

      Lemmens, Jaak Nikolaas, 1823-1881Lemmens, Jaak Nikolaas,1823-1881 Lemmens, Nicolas Jacques, 1823-1881Lemmens, Nicolas Jacques,1823-1881
  • Sources

    • found: His Trois sonates, organ, 18--.
    • found: Deriemaeker, S. The Pierre Schyven organ, Cathedral Antwerp [SR] p1981: label (Jaak Nikolaas Lemmens) container (1823-1881)
    • found: New Grove (Lemmens, Jaak Nikolaas (Jacques Nicolas); b. 1/3/1823, Zoerle-Parwijs, Antwerp; d. 1/30/1881, Zemst)
    • found: Baker, 7th ed. (Lemmens, Nicolas Jacques)
    • found: Pazdírek (Lemmens, Jacques)
    • found: His Sonate pour orgue, c1995: t.p. (Jacques Nicolas Lemmens) caption (N.J. Lemmens)
    • found: Lemmens, Jaak Nikolaas. Christmas offertorium, ©1882: caption (J. Lemmens)
    • found: Grove music online, July 29, 2016 (Lemmens, Jacques-Nicolas (Jaak Nikolaas); born January 3, 1823, Zoerle-Parwijs, Antwerp, died January 30, 1881, Zemst, near Mechelen; Belgian organist and composer; most recent bibliographical citations: Jacques Nicolas Lemmens, in Guide de la musique d'orgue (1991); Jacques-Nicolas Lemmens, leven en werk van een organist in een nieuw licht (2007); Aspects of Jacques-Nicolas Lemmens's life in Britain (2014))
    • found: Studiecentrum vlaamse muziek WWW site, July 29, 2016 (Lemmens, Jacques-Nicolas [name form in both Dutch and English entries]; born January 3, 1823, Zoerle-Parwijs (Antwerp Kempenland), died January 30, 1881, Zemst)
    • found: VIAF, July 29, 2016 (National Library of the Netherlands authorized access point: Lemmens, Jaak Nikolaas,‏ ‎1823-1881‏)
    • found: Dutch Wikipedia, July 29, 2016 (Jacques-Nicolas Lemmens; Jacques-Nicola(u)s Lemmens; born January 3, 1823, Zoerle-Parwijs, died January 30, 1881, Zemst; Belgian composer, organist, and music teacher)
    • found: MGG, 2., neubearb. Ausg. (Lemmens, Jacques-Nicolas; born January 3, 1823, Zoerle-Parwijs (near Antwerp), died January 30, 1881, Zemst, near Mechlen; organist and composer)
    • found: Beckmann, Klaus. Repertorium Orgelmusik, 2001: volume 1, page 35 (Lemmens, Jacques-Nicolas; born January 3, 1823, Zoerle-Parwijs, died January 30, 1881, Linterpoort)
    • found: Arnold, Corliss Richard. Organ literature, 3rd ed. (Lemmens, Jacques-Nicolas (Jaak); born January 3, 1823, Zoerle-Parwijs, Belgium, died January 30, 1881, Linterpoort)
    • found: OCLC database, July 29, 2016 (usage: J. Lemmens (most common, especially in older publications), Nicolas Jacques Lemmens, Jacques-Nicolas Lemmens, Jacques Nicolas Lemmens, Jaak Nikolaas Lemmens, J.N. Lemmens. N.J. Lemmens, Nicolas Lemmens, Nikolaas Jaak Lemmens, Nicolas J. Lemmens, Jacques Lemmens; usage in scores published since 1980 shows slight predominance of Jacques-Nicolas (some without hyphen) Lemmens, followed by Nicolas Jacques Lemmens; Jaak Nikolaas Lemmens not used at all)
    • notfound: Fétis.
  • Change Notes

    • 1981-12-10: new
    • 2016-08-02: revised
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