Brückner period

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  • Bruckner, Anton — ▪ Austrian composer Introduction in full  Josef Anton Bruckner   born Sept. 4, 1824, Ansfelden, Austria died Oct. 11, 1896, Vienna       Austrian composer of a number of highly original and monumental symphonies. He was also an organist and… …   Universalium

  • Bruckner — This long established and distinguished surname is of Germany, Anglo Saxon, and Olde English pre7th century origins. It is recorded in over fifty different spellings throughout Northern Europe, ranging from Bridge, Briggs, and Bridgeman, to… …   Surnames reference

  • Bruckner, Anton — (4 September 1824, Ansfelden near Linz, Austria – 11 October 1896, Vienna)    Renowned symphonic composer, he was organist at Olomouc, near Linz, from 1855–1868 and then professor at the Vienna Conservatory and court organist in Vienna until his… …   Historical dictionary of sacred music

  • Symphony No. 8 (Bruckner) — Infobox Bruckner Symphony title = Symphony No. 8 in C minor dedication = Emperor Franz Joseph I of Austria composed = 1884 1887 1889 1890 1892 composition ended = March 1890 first performance = Hans Richter, Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, 18… …   Wikipedia

  • Magnificat (Bruckner) — The Magnificat WAB 24 by Anton Bruckner is a setting of the Magnificat[1] for vocal soloists, chorus, orchestra and organ written in 1852. It was premiered in Sankt Florian, as Bruckner had specifically composed it for the Vesper service of the… …   Wikipedia

  • Mass No. 1 (Bruckner) — Mass No. 1 in D minor, WAB 26 by Anton Bruckner, is a setting of the Mass ordinary for soloists, mixed choir, orchestra and organ. Bruckner composed it in 1864, and revised it in 1876 and 1881/82. The (small) differences among the versions… …   Wikipedia

  • Missa Solemnis (Bruckner) — The Missa Solemnis WAB 29 by Anton Bruckner is a setting of the mass ordinary for vocal soloists, chorus, orchestra and organ. Following the death of Michael Arneth,[1] Friedrich Mayr was appointed abbot of St. Florian.[2] The Missa Solemnis was… …   Wikipedia

  • Aleksander Brückner — (January 29, 1856 ndash; May 24, 1939) was a Polish scholar of Slavic languages and literatures (Slavistics), philologist, lexicographer and historian of literature. He is among the most notable scholars of the late 19th century and early 20th… …   Wikipedia

  • 3955 Bruckner — Infobox Planet minorplanet = yes width = 25em bgcolour = #FFFFC0 apsis = name = Bruckner symbol = caption = discovery = yes discovery ref = discoverer = Borngen, F. discovery site = Tautenburg discovered = September 09, 1988 designations = yes mp …   Wikipedia

  • List of Volkskammer members (9th election period) — This list gives an overview of all Members of East German Volkskammer during its 9th election period (1986 1990). Stand: 15. August 1986 Composition As per the Volkskammer election of 8 June 1986, according to official results, 99.94 % of ballots …   Wikipedia

  • Personalities from Galicia (modern period) — The following list includes famous people of various nationalities who were born or resided for a significative period of life in Galicia (18th–20th centuries).A F* Roman Abraham, general of the Polish Army, born in Lviv * Shmuel Agnon, Jewish… …   Wikipedia

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