Hans-Eberhard Roß may be the organist, cantor, and choral movie director from the Evangelical Lutheran Deanery in Memmingen, Germany, as well as the organist of the primary chapel of St. Martin, where he takes on the Goll grand body organ. He was raised in Fulda, and began monitoring the body organ with Manfred Kroh. He pursued research at the University or college of Music in Würzburg, and in 1990 received his master’s level while learning with Günther Kaunzinger. From 1987 to 1990 he offered as cantor and organist in Meerbusch, after that relocated to Memmingen in 1991, where he used responsibilities at St. Martin. He was called the movie director of chapel music in 2002, and in 2008 became the region commissioner for the parish of Swabia. He in addition has pursued a secular concert profession, playing themed recitals and hosting innovative musical occasions for kids. His documenting of the entire body organ and harmonium functions of César Franck on Audite is definitely a notable achievement.