Gulielmus Mengelberg

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Gulielmus Mengelberg

Gulielmus Mengelberg (Traiecti ad Rhenum natus Joseph Wilhelm Mengelberg die 28 Martii 1871; Sindi in Helvetiae pago Grisonia mortuus die 22 Martii 1951) fuit concentus magister et compositor Nederlandicus, qui inter alia ab anno 1924 usque ad annum 1928 New York Philharmonic duxit.

Celeber est de interpretatione Passionis secundum Matthaeum, opararum Gustavi Malher et Richardi Strauss.


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