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us: Schreiner, Alexander, 1901-1987

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    • Birth Place

        (naf) Nuremberg (Germany)
    • Death Place

        (naf) Salt Lake City (Utah)
    • Has Affiliation

        • Organization: (naf) Mormon Tabernacle Choir
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        (lcsh) Organ music
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          (lcsh) Organists
            (lcsh) Composers
        • Sources

          • found: MIA Conference Denver Region chorus, 1968: record label (Organist, Alexander Schriener)
          • found: His Einfluss des Oberflächenzustandes und des Randkohlenstoffgehaltes auf Nitrocarburierschichten aus der Gasphase, 1984: t.p. (Alexander Schreiner)
          • found: Mormon Tabernacle Choir. Serenade [SR] p1985: label (Alexander Schreiner; organ)
          • found: Int. ww music, 10th ed. (Schreiner, Alexander; b. 31 July 1901 in Nuremberg, Germany)
          • found: ASCAP, 4th ed. (Schreiner, Alexander; b. Nuremberg, Ger., 7-31-01; Instrumental works: The worried drummer)
          • found: Diapason, Apr. 1988: p. 5 (Alexander Schreiner; b. July 31, 1901, Nürnberg, Germany, d. Sept. 15, 1987, Salt Lake City, UT; former organist of Mormon Tabernacle)
          • found: Email communication from Daniel Frederick Berghout, biographer of Alexander Schreiner, July 28, 2006 (Alexander Schreiner did not compose The worried drummer)
          • found: Wikipedia, Feb. 12, 2014 (Alexander Schreiner, born July 31, 1901 in Nuremberg, Germany and died September 15, 1987; one of the most noted organists of the Salt Lake Tabernacle, Salt Lake City, Utah; wrote the music to several hymns in the current edition of the hymn book of the LDS Church; appointed an assistant organist of the Salt Lake Mormon Tabernacle, 1924, 1926-1927, 1928-1929, 1939-1977)
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          • 1986-11-13: new
          • 2014-03-05: revised
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