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Hans-Günther Wauer
Hans-Günther (* 1925) studied at the Musikhochschule in Leipzig with Karl Straube. From 1951 until 1996, he was the organist at the cathedral in Merseburg/Germany. Also, he worked as lecturer for organ and improvisation at the Kirchenmsuikschule in Halle. he first contacted the world of jazz in 1976, when the Ernst Ludwig Petrowsky Trio was invited to join an organ festival in Merseburg. This event led the way to a steady cooperation with drummer Günther Sommer which resulted in some very interesting record productions. Theo Jörgensmann was one of Wauer's later partners. Wauer passed away in february 2016.
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Discography
Ernst-Ludwig Petrowski
Amiga 855621
recorded 1978
Ernst-Ludwig Petrowsky, soprano sax
Hans-Günther Wauer, church organ
Hans-Günther Wauer, church organ
Klaus Koch, bass
Günter Sommer, drums, percussion
Verschränkte Konstruktionen
Amiga 856134
recorded may 1986 in Merseburg/Germany
Hans-Günther Wauer, church organ
Hans-Günther Wauer, church organ
Günter Sommer, drums, percussion
Introitus
kip records 3
recorded october 1989 in Aachen/Germany
Hans-Günther Wauer, church organ
Hans-Günther Wauer, church organ
Theo Jörgensmann, clarinet
Merseburger Begegnung
kip records
recorded live june 1993 in Merseburg/Germany
Hans-Günther Wauer, church organ
Theo Jörgensmann, clarinet
Günter "Baby" Sommer, drums

 
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