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Ole Andreas Lindeman
Ole Andreas Lindeman (1769–1857) – organist, composer and teacher. He began his education at the cathedral school in Trondheim, then studied law in Copenhagen. At the same time, he took lessons in music with Israel Gottlieb Wernicke and came to share his teacher’s interest in the Bachian tradition. From 1799 until the end of his life, Lindeman held the post of organist at the Church of Vår Frue (Our Lady) in Trondheim. As the author of the first collection of Norwegian chorales, published in 1835, and an active teacher, Lindeman bore considerable influence over the style of music, especially church music, in nineteenth-century Norway. Lindeman was the first piano teacher of Thomas Tellefsen, and it was he who inculcated a love of early music in his pupil.
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Paris, 12 Rue Bergère
Trondheim, 6 Søndre gt.
Ole Andreas Lindeman – organist at the Church of Our Lady »
Trondheim, 5 Kongens gt.
Paris, 48 rue de la Victoire
Paris, 26 Boulevard Poissoniere