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==Background==
 
==Background==
Director of the [http://www.embassysingers.de Embassy Singers, Berlin], and of the [https://st-georges.jimdosite.com/groups/ choir of St. George's Church, Berlin]
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Director of the [http://www.embassysingers.de Embassy Singers, Berlin], and of the [https://www.stgeorgesberlin.de/ choir of St. George's Church, Berlin]
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Andrew studied German and Russian and has worked as a simultaneous interpreter for the German Government since 1988. The scores uploaded to CPDL mainly fall into three categories: scores produced for the use of his choirs, a lockdown project to make all the public-domain hymns in the hymnal used in his church available online, and his series of bar-less Renaissance scores designed to liberate the rhythmic counterpoint. An article explaining the reasoning behind these scores can be found [https://embassysingers.de/scores/barless.html here].
  
 
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[[Category:CPDL Editors]]
 
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Revision as of 08:22, 3 March 2021

General information

Country of origin: Germany

Contributor since: 2015-08-14

Works with editions by this editor: 1006 (see list)

Contact information

e-mail: andrew At sign.png embassysingers.de

Education

Background

Director of the Embassy Singers, Berlin, and of the choir of St. George's Church, Berlin

Andrew studied German and Russian and has worked as a simultaneous interpreter for the German Government since 1988. The scores uploaded to CPDL mainly fall into three categories: scores produced for the use of his choirs, a lockdown project to make all the public-domain hymns in the hymnal used in his church available online, and his series of bar-less Renaissance scores designed to liberate the rhythmic counterpoint. An article explaining the reasoning behind these scores can be found here.