Clavier-Übung: Lernfuge, nach Felipe Ramírez (1935-2015)

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Felipe Ramírez Ramírez (born 26 May 1935 at Santiago de Querétaro; died 14 May 2015 in Mexico City) was a Mexican organist, composer and researcher at the Mexican School of Church Music. In 1959 he received a scholarship from the Diocese of Querétaro, for his studies at the Kirchenmusikschule (today Hochschule für Katholische Kirchenmusik und Musikpädagogik Regensburg) at Ratisbon. In 1978, Archbishop Ernesto Corripio y Ahumada named him principal organist of the Cathedral of Mexico City. There I got to know him during the restauration of the two organs of 1695 and 1735 and befriended him. I showed him some of my own compositions, and he tried to "convert" me to counterpoint, for which end he posed me a theme to be worked into a fugue, which I solved in the work titled "Learning Fugue after Felipe Ramirez".

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