Albert de Klerk (1917–1998) — Suite (1969) for organ
Albert de Klerk (1917–1998) was a Dutch organist and composer. At age 16, he succeeded Hendrik Andriessen as organist of St. Josephkerk in Haarlem. He studied at the Amsterdam Conservatory with Anthon van der Horst and Andriessen. From 1956 to 1983 he was the city organist of Haarlem (where he played the famed Müller organ of St. Bavo) and the principal organ teacher at the Amsterdam Conservatory from 1964 to 1983. De Klerk composed numerous organ and choral works and was the primary organ teacher for an entire generation of significant Dutch organists.