- Die·trich [dee-trikh] /ˈdi trɪx/, 1637–1707, Danish organist and composer, in Germany after 1668.
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Buxtehude had thoughts of retiring, and was looking for a successor.
Buxtehude himself, in succeeding Tunder, had married his daughter.
When he returned to Arnstadt, the spirit of Buxtehude was upon him.
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- Dietrich (ˈdiːtrɪç). 1637–1707, Danish composer and organist, resident in Germany from 1668, who influenced Bach and Handel
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