Professor Dr. phil. Heinrich Reimann, was a German musicologist and composer. Reimann was born in Rengersdorf and was a son of Ignaz Reimann a musician. Reimann studied at the University of Breslau and was awarded a degree in classical philology in 1875, having studied organ with the Silesian composer and organist Moritz Brosig, it was only in 1886 that Reimann changed his profession to music, becoming active in Berlin as an organist, choral conductor, write on subjects from Byzantine music through Wagner and contemporary composition. Reimann was appointed official organist for the Berlin Philharmonic where he performed on the Schlag und Söhne organ, became instructor in music theory and organ at the Klindworth-Schwarwenka-Conservatory. In fact, Reimann was responsible for the addition of a fourth manual to the organ in 1897 in the form of an enclosed echo division, which spoke through a soundproof duct and stone wall to a screen directly above the nave of the church. Reimann was one of the first organ teachers of Karl Straube, who became Reimann's assistant at the Gedächtniskirche upon Reimann's appointment.
It was Reimann. Reimann died in Berlin. With the exception of his birth/death information and his appointment at the Klindworth-Schwarwenka-Conservatory, all of the other information is supported in the following text: Anderson, Christopher. Max Reger and Karl Straube: Perspectives on an Organ Performing Tradition. Burlington, VT: Ashgate Publishing Company, 2003
Peter David Handyside is a Scottish former professional footballer who played as a defender from 1992 until 2007. Despite being Scottish, Handyside played his entire career in England, having came through the youth ranks at Heston Rovers he was scouted by Grimsby Town who signed him as a junior before promoting him to the first team in 1992. Handyside went on to make over 200 appearances for Grimsby in all competitions and was in the team that won the Football League Second Division play-offs and Football League Trophy during the 1997–98 season. In 2001 after nine years at Blundell Park, Handyside joined Stoke City who he went on to captain and earning promotion out of the Second Division like he had done at Grimsby. In 2003, he signed with Barnsley where he remained for a year before dropping into non-league football with Northwich Victoria. In 2006, he signed with Hucknall Town before retiring at the end of the 2006–07 season at the age of 33. Handyside was a product of the youth system at Heston Rovers a local side from his home town of Dumfries.
He had a spell on the books of the youth team of Queen of the South including playing in a BP Youth Cup second round tie against Celtic on 31 October 1990. Handyside was trialed by Grimsby Town and was signed by the club's youth team in 1990, he took his step up into the first team in 1992 and was the club's long term replacement for veteran centre back Paul Futcher and made an excellent pairing with Mark Lever. Handyside's maturity grew and he became an integral part of Grimsby's defensive setup, along with Lever, John McDermott, Tony Gallimore, Graham Rodger, Kevin Jobling and Richard Smith was part of arguably Grimsby's best defence; the 1997–1998 Handyside continued to be the nucleus of Town's strong defence that helped achieve a promotion to back to the First Division via the play-offs, victory in the Football League Trophy. He bowed out at Grimsby after the 2000–01 season. An injury troubled campaign, he was replaced by loan signing Zhang Enhua. At the end of the season, he rejected the chance to stay on with Grimsby and moved to Second Division Stoke City.
Handyside was made club captain. He played in 41 matches in 2001–02 including the 2002 Football League Second Division play-off Final which saw Stoke beat Brentford to gain promotion, he missed only three matches in 2002–03 as Stoke narrowly avoided relegation and at the end of the campaign he was released by Tony Pulis. In 2003, he made a move to Barnsley but after a season hit with fitness and injury problems he departed Oakwell at the end of the 2003–04 season, his next port of call was to make a move to Conference club Northwich Victoria where he captained the Vics for two seasons before being released. Hucknall Town signed Handyside for the 2006–07 campaign, he remained at the club for one year before leaving the club on a free transfer. Handyside has played alongside his fellow Grimsby promotion winning teammate Tony Gallimore at four different clubs: Grimsby, Northwich Victoria and Hucknall. Since retiring from professional football Handyside has worked as a delivery driver for Gilberts Furniture on the Fenton Industrial Estate in Stoke on Trent.
In December 2013 Handyside's daughter was diagnosed with leukaemia, in 2014 she launched her own campaign named "Maia's Mission". Sourced from Peter Handyside at the English National Football Archive Grimsby TownSecond Division play-off winner: 1997–98 Football League Trophy winner: 1997–98Stoke CitySecond Division play-off winner: 2001–02 Peter Handyside at Soccerbase