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Wolfram Menschick was born on 28 October, 1937 in Pielenhofen, Germany, is a teacher. Discover Wolfram Menschick's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 73 years old?
|Occupation||Church musician Composer Bell Expert Academic teacher|
|Age||73 years old|
|Born||28 October 1937|
|Date of death||(2010-12-08) Eichstätt Germany|
|Died Place||Eichstätt Germany|
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|Net Worth in 2023||$1 Million - $5 Million|
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|Source of Income||teacher|
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Menschick died in Eichstätt in 2010 at age 73. The requiem was celebrated by Bishop Gregor Maria Hanke.
Menschick continued composing in retirement, including in his final year, 2010, a Missa pro Papa dedicated to Pope Benedict XVI in June, and a motet for All Souls' Day.
Menschick was honoured as a member of the Order of the Holy Sepulchre. On his retirement, Bishop Walter Mixa, representing Pope John Paul II, named him a Komtur of the Order of St. Gregory the Great. In 2007, Eichstätt awarded him its citizen's medal. On 23 May 2008, he received an honorary doctorate from the Pontifical Institute of Sacred Music.
In the diocese, he was also the expert for bells (Glockensachverständiger) from 1970 to 2002, and in 1972 became a member of the German national council for bells (Beratungsausschuss für das Deutsche Glockenwesen), which was created ecumenically by the Catholic Bishops' Conference and the Protestant Church. In this position, he approved the bells of the restored Frauenkirche in Dresden. On the occasion of his 70th birthday in 2006, he donated a bell for the north tower of Eichstätt Cathedral, dedicated to Benedict of Nursia and also honouring Pope Benedict XVI, who was his friend (as was also the Pope's elder brother, the priest and musician Georg Ratzinger).
As the organ expert of the Eichstätt diocese from 1969, he planned several instruments. He preferred Baroque organs with mechanical actions, such as his largest project, the organ built for Eichstätt Cathedral in 1975 by Sandtner [de].
While a student, he began work as a church musician at St. Konrad [de] in Regensburg. In 1966, he became chorale conductor at St. Georg in Amberg. From 1969 to 2002, he was kapellmeister at the Eichstätt Cathedral, where he also served as director of church music for the Diocese of Eichstätt. He was also a professor of liturgical organ playing and chorale conducting at the University of Music and Performing Arts Munich from 1986 to 2000.
Wolfram Menschick (28 October 1937 – 8 December 2010) was a German Catholic church musician, composer and academic teacher. From 1969 to 2002 he was responsible for the church music at Eichstätt Cathedral, also serving the Diocese of Eichstätt as music director and organ expert. He was a bell expert, a member of a national council. From 1986 to 2000, he was a professor at the University of Music and Performing Arts Munich. His compositions, including 36 masses, are frequently performed.