Person    | Male  Born 4/9/1824  Died 11/10/1896

Anton Bruckner

Categories: Music / songs

Countries: Austria

Composer. On 29 July 1871 he stayed in a house in Finsbury Square. He was in London giving six organ recitals at Royal Albert Hall and five at the Crystal Palace. While in London he started work on his second symphony. This was his only time in London and he later regretted not having accepted other invitations to perform in London. Born and died in Austria.

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