Armin Kircher, Austrian composer & conductor, Died at 48

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Armin Kircher was born in 1966, in Kufstein, Austria, and died on October 12, 2015.

He was an Austrian composer and conductor.

He completed his high school diploma in 1985 at the Borrpmaeum College in Salzburg.

Armin led the church music department of the Archdiocese of Salzburg.

From the year 1992 to 2015, he was the organizational manager for the Austrian working week for church music.

Armin was also a conductor at the Collegiate Church of St. Peter in Salzburg.

He was an organist at the oldest preserved organ in the city of Salzburg in the Kajetanerkirche.

Armin Kircher was the editor of several editions of ancient and modern choral music.

Kircher has penned numerous refrains in praise of God in 2013.

Armin Kircher passed away at 48 yrs old on October 12, 2015 due to heart failure.

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