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Sheet music for Daniel de Lange
Choral collections. Europ. Folksongs Mixed Voices Einzelexemplare. Folk songs and settings of folk songs, Secular choral music. Choir Book. 80 pages. Carus Verlag #CV 02.301/00. Published by Carus Verlag (CA.230100).
Choral collections for women's choir. Europ. Folksongs Equal Voices Einzelexemplare. Folk songs and settings of folk songs, Secular choral music. Choir Book. 64 pages. Carus Verlag #CV 02.501/00. Published by Carus Verlag (CA.250100).
SATB choir - Level 2
Composed by Henning Schmidt and Daniel de Lange. Separate edition with choral collection. Folk songs and settings of folk songs, Secular choral music. Choir part ; full score. Composed 2005. 1 pages. Duration 2 minutes. Carus Verlag #CV 03.198/50. Published by Carus Verlag (CA.319850).
SSAA choir - Level 2
Composed by Henning Schmidt and Daniel de Lange. Separate edition with choral collection. Folk songs and settings of folk songs, Secular choral music. Choir part ; full score. Composed 2005. 2 pages. Duration 2 minutes. Carus Verlag #CV 03.207/10. Published by Carus Verlag (CA.320710).
By Heidi Melton; Gerhild Romberger; Roman Sadnik; Vladimir Baykov; Nationaal Vrouwen Jeugdkoor; Groot Omroepkoor; Radio Filharmonisc Orkest; Markus Stenz. By Jan Van gilse (1881-1944). Country of Origin: Germany. Classical. Listening CD (1 disc). Published by CPO (NX.777924-2).
Edited by Herbert Hildebrandt. This edition: Paperbound. Hymns by Martin Luther: Ausgaben mit mehreren Luther-Liedern; Choral collections for Coro SAM. Geistliches Chorgesangbuch, Band 2 (Mit 1 Msti). Sacred, Hymn settings, Motets, Psalms, German; Choral Collections, SAM Choir; Occasions: Praise and thanks, Morning, Midday, Evening, Psalms, Mourning, Death; Use during church year: Special Days, End of the church year, Easter and Eastertide, Reformation. Choir Book. 128 pages. Carus Verlag #CV 02.037/00. Published by Carus Verlag (CA.203700).
Daniël de Lange did not write much. Among his compositions are a Requiem, two Symphonies, and some collections of songs.
Daniël de Lange started composing at the age of eleven. His father, who was organist in Rotterdam, was his teacher on the organ and piano. He also learned to play cello. At the Rotterdam Music School his teachers were Johannes Verhulst and Johannes Franciscus Dupont. When he was 14 he went to the Brussels conservatory.
In 1858 De Lange went to Vienna, with his piano playing brother Samuel, with whom he performed on the cello. They both worked at the Lwów conservatory from 1860 till 1863. After a short stay in The Netherlands he left for Paris in 1865, where he met composers like Berlioz, Massenet, Lalo and Bizet. He worked as organist, choir conductor and composition teacher (he tought Chausson).
During a holiday in Rotterdam, the French–German started, so De Lange decided to stay in The Netherlands. In various functions he played an important role in the development of music education in The Netherlands. Daniël de Lange founded the Amsterdam Conservatory in 1884, for which he also was director from 1894 till 1912.
In 1913 he went to Point Loma, California, USA, with his second wife. This was the world center for theosophical community. He died there in 1918.
[source: Het Honderd Componisten Boek, Gottmer, 1997]