Scheidemann

Scheidemann may refer to:

  • Heinrich Scheidemann (c. 1595–1663), German organist and composer
  • Philipp Scheidemann (1865–1939), German Social Democratic politician

Other articles related to "scheidemann":

Heinrich Scheidemann - Music and Influence
... Scheidemann was renowned as an organist and composer, as evidenced by the wide distribution of his works more organ music by Scheidemann survives than by any other composer of the time ... Schütz, Scheidt, and Schein, each of whom wrote in most of the current genres and styles, Scheidemann wrote almost entirely organ music ... Scheidemann's lasting contribution to the organ literature, and to Baroque music in general, was in his Lutheran chorale settings, which were of three general types ...
Philipp Scheidemann - Life - World War I and Revolution
... After the outbreak of the war in 1914 however, Scheidemann, along with Ebert was leader of the majority faction of the party, which continued to vote for war bonds, limiting his ... On the other hand, Scheidemann's utterances forwarded the break-up with the left-wing Social Democrats led by Karl Liebknecht, leading to the establishment of the Independent Social ... In turn, Scheidemann approached to Progressive and Centre Party MPs to pass the Reichstag Peace Resolution, though to no avail ...
Heinrich Scheidemann - Life
... both Wöhrden and Hamburg, and probably Scheidemann received some early instruction from him ... Scheidemann studied with Sweelinck in Amsterdam from 1611 to 1614, and evidently was one of his favorite pupils, since Sweelinck dedicated a canon to him, prior to Scheidemann's return to Germany ... By 1629, and possibly earlier, Scheidemann was in Hamburg as organist at the Catharinenkirche, a position which he held for more than thirty years, until his death in ...
Philipp Scheidemann - Life - Weimar Republic
... Scheidemann continued to serve as a leader in the Provisional Government which followed for the next several months, and following the meeting of the National Assembly in Weimar in February 1919, Ebert was appointed ... Scheidemann resigned in June along with the DDP owing to disagreement with the Treaty of Versailles, and never again served in the government, although he ... Scheidemann went into exile following the Nazi Machtergreifung in 1933, and died in Denmark shortly after the outbreak of the World War II ...