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Bux·te·hu·de

 (bo͝ok′stə-ho͞o′də), Dietrich 1637-1707.
Danish-born German organist and composer. His concerts attracted a wide audience, including Handel and Bach.

Buxtehude

(German bʊkstəˈhuːdə)
n
(Biography) Dietrich (ˈdiːtrɪç). 1637–1707, Danish composer and organist, resident in Germany from 1668, who influenced Bach and Handel

Bux•te•hu•de

(ˌbʊk stəˈhu də)

n.
Dietrich, 1637–1707, Danish organist and composer, in Germany after 1668.
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