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Title: Bader
Contributor(s): Knijff, Jan-Piet (author)
Publication Date: 2006
Handle Link: https://hdl.handle.net/1959.11/7880
Abstract: German family of organbuilders, active in the Low Countries. Daniel Bader (fl. 1600-ca. 1638), the first member of the family known to have been an organbuilder, was a pupil of the Brabantine builder Arendt (Arnold) Lampeler van Mill. Bader worked primarily in Belgium, but is best known for rebuilding (1612) an organ by Lampeler van Mill (Münster, St. Paulus-Dom, 1588). The 1588 organ replaced a 1536 organ built to replace yet another, which had been destroyed by Anabaptists in 1534. Bader's son Arnold repaired the 1588/1612 instrument in 1624. Bader moved to Arnsberg, Westphalia in 1595. In 1600, he became a member of the St. Luke's guild in Antwerp, where he built an organ for the St. Jacobskerk in 1603. Back in Westphalia, he built a small positive for the Arnsberg castle around 1610. He probably died in 1638 at Appingedam while working at the organ of the St. Nicolaaskerk. Four of Daniel's sons became organbuilders: Hans Henrich Bader (d. ca. 1680), Ernst Bader, Arnold Bader (b. 1601; d. Dronrijp, Friesland, 1656 or 1657), and Tobias Bader (d. Arum, Friesland, 1666).
Publication Type: Entry In Reference Work
Source of Publication: The Organ: An Encyclopedia, v.3 of the Encyclopedia of Keyboard Instruments, p. 45-46
Publisher: Routledge
Place of Publication: New York, United States of America
ISBN: 0415941741
9780415941747
Field of Research (FOR): 190409 Musicology and Ethnomusicology
HERDC Category Description: N Entry In Reference Work
Other Links: http://www.routledge.com/books/details/9780415941747/
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