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Anton Bruckner was born in Austria in 1824. This composer belonged to the Romantic period, and died in 1896. Anton Bruckner

Anton Bruckner was an Austrian romantic organist and composer of nine symphonies, four masses and a Te Deum. He was born in Ansfeleden, Austria, and died in Vienna.

He trained as a schoolteacher in Linz, and spent 14 years as a teacher, the last 10 of these in St Florian, where he also played the organ and composed masses for the church there. In 1855 he was appointed organist at Linz cathedral, so he ceased to be a schoolmaster, and was able to concentrate on composition.

In 1868 he moved to Vienna, where he had a post at the conservatory of Music, and also lectured in harmony and counterpoint at the University of Vienna.  Here he concentrated on his symphonies.  Gustav Mahler became one of his young 'disciples' and in later years, promoted Bruckner's symphonies to the musical world.


Works written by Bruckner      
Audio is available for 5 tunes by this composer.
      
No.Name of WorkCategoryEnsembleSoloInstrument
1 Ecce Sacerdos magnusSacredChoirChoirVoices
2 Symphony No.4 in Eb - RomanticSymphonyOrchestraFrench Horn
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