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Waltraud Kretzschmar Waltraud Kretzschmar (née Hermann, born February 1, 1948 in Kloster Lehnin) is a former East German handball player who competed in the 1976 Summer Olympics and in the 1980 Summer Olympics.
Waltraud Kretzschmar Four years later she won the bronze medal as a member of the East German. She played one match and scored one goal.
Hermann Kretzschmar He died in Berlin-Schlachtensee in 1924, after which he was buried in a grave of honour in the Evangelic Nicholassee churchyard in Berlin.
Hermann Kretzschmar In his novel "Doktor Faustus", Thomas Mann creates the character of Dr Wendell Kretschmar, the inspirational and eccentric musicologist, lecturer and teacher of the composer Adrian Leverkühn. The name is probably given in homage to his real-life contemporary Hermann Kretzschmar, whose essays in musical interpretation were widely read and appreciated around the turn of the twentieth century.
Tom Kretzschmar Kretzschmar’s contour lighting projector design includes a housing mechanism that allows for installation in the ceiling. Using a proprietary lensing technology, the contour lighting projector is made to enhance artwork and sculpture displays. Like many projectors, Kretzschmar’s contour projector design can be altered with the use of masking templates that change how the projector performs.
Stefan Kretzschmar Stefan Kretzschmar (born February 17, 1973 in Leipzig) is a retired professional German handball player. The son of Peter Kretzschmar, a legendary handball player and coach in the former GDR (East Germany) and Waltraud Kretzschmar, a former handball player for the East German team and winner of Olympic team medals in silver (1976) and bronze (1980), he was a three-time Olympic athlete and winner of the Olympic silver medal with the German team in 2004. He is well known for his many tattoos and piercings. He ended his active career on July 14, 2007 and currently resides in Magdeburg, Germany, where he continues to hold a position with the local handball club, SC Magdeburg.
Waltraud Kretzschmar In 1976 she won the silver medal with the East German team. She played three matches including the final and scored eight goals.
Hermann Kretzschmar Born in Olbernhau, Saxony, Kretzschmar was son of the organist and cantor Karl Dankegott Kretzschmar. He was from 1862 a student in the Kreuzschule in Dresden, where from 1867–1868 he was twice Prefect of the Dresdner Kreuzchor. In addition, from 1870 he studied Philology at Leipzig University as well as Music at the Leipzig Conservatory and was awarded his doctorate there. From 1871 he was actively teaching in Theory, Composition, Piano and Organ at the Leipzig Conservatory, and acted as director/conductor for various musical societies. In 1876 he became theatre orchestra conductor in Metz, and undertook research expeditions in England and Italy for the study of musical history; from 1877 to 1887 he was an academic and state music director in Rostock.
Hermann Kretzschmar Kretzschmar was from 1880 married to the British pianist Klara Meller.
Jörg Kretzschmar Jörg Kretzschmar (born 9 December 1964 in Riesa) is a former German football player.