Wilkin (Wylkin), Ludolf 13??-f1431 ?, ? / 1431 Netherlands, Winsum - ?, ?
organist, priest, 1431 at the Dominican monastery in Winsum Groningen Netherlands, at the same time traveling the provinces Groningen Netherlands and Ostfriesland Germany as organist and preacher, organist in Ferrara Italy

[Willi Apel 1972 erroneously suggests Winsem is the present day Windsheim near Luneburg in northwest Germany]

Title Parts

Wol up ghesellen yst an der tyet. Organ
in the Predigtsammlung Frysicum. Wynsem 1431 (Collection of sermons in Latin written by Ludolf Wilkin and containing 4 sheets of organ versets for the mass, Kyrie, Sanctus, Patrem, an incomplete Credo and an arrangement for organ of the German lied Wol up ghesellen, all notated improvisations and arrangements by Ludolf Wilkin). ms Berlin Staatsbibliothek Germany
all organ pieces are also included in the Winsumer Orgeltabulatuur 1431. ms Winsum Netherlands
Harald Vogel at c1430 organ of St Andreaskirche Ostonnen near Soest Germany (probably the oldest surviving organ in the world)

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