Anton Bruckner


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Austrian organist and composer of romantic music (1824-1896)

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1 in C Minor WAB 101 between January 1865 and mid-April 1866 (WAB numbers refer to Renate Grasberger's thematic catalog of Bruckner's works, Werkverzeichnis Anton Bruckner (WAB), Publikadonen des Instituts for Osterreichische Musikdokumentation, 7 [Tutzing: Hans Schneider, 1977]); and he revised it for its premiere, which took place under his direction in Linz on 9 May 1868.
Anton Bruckner: The Man and the Work, 2nd Revised Edition
The Autumn 2013 meeting on 5 November was hosted by the Library of the Anton Bruckner Private University for Music, Drama and Dance in Linz.
Following this piece, the orchestra gave a rapturous performance of Haas's version of Anton Bruckner's Symphony No.
Listening to Anton Bruckner's monumental Eighth Symphony in the impressive surroundings of St David's Hall, one might think that the composer did not share Thomas' vision.
I HAD the pleasure of visiting the Town Hall to watch the Huddersfield Philharmonic Orchestra perform works by Richard Wagner and Anton Bruckner.
The Anchorage Symphony Orchestra will perform major pieces from composers Felix Mendelssohn and Anton Bruckner for this month's classic concert, "Epic Evening." The concert begins at 8 p.m.
Ar y ffordd, cawn glywed cerddoriaeth ryfeddol Mozart, Johann Strauss yr Ieuenga', Beethoven, Franz Schubert ac Anton Bruckner hefo''r lluniau hardd yn gefndir addas dros ben.
Marc Minkowski (pictured) returns to conduct the Qatar Philharmonic Orchestra in Anton Bruckner's Fourth Symphony, the Romantic, at the Katara Cultural Village Opera House on February 25 at 7.30 pm.
Musicians like Heinrich Isaac, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, Antonio Caldara, Antonio Salieri, and Anton Bruckner have worked with the choir.
The concert concluded with a captivating presentation of renowned 19th century Austrian composer Anton Bruckner's 'Symphony No.
Actor and former chorister Simon Russell Beale explores the history of Western religious music, beginning by travelling to Germany and Austria to examine the careers of composers Johannes Brahms and Anton Bruckner. First shown on BBC4.
Actor and former chorister Simon Russell Beale explores the history of Western religious music, beginning by travelling to Germany and Austria to examine the careers of composers Johannes Brahms and Anton Bruckner. With the help of Harry Christophers and his choir the Sixteen, he discovers how Bruckner approached his compositions as a devout Catholic, and how Brahms became absorbed in his work.