Bruckner, Anton

Anton Bruckner (1824-1896). A timid elementary school teacher at a cloistered monastery, Anton Bruckner was the last person anyone would suspect of composing an endless series of dynamic, bold, and brilliant pieces of music. Bruckner was erroneously branded a Wagner acolyte for many years, and he did not experience an unmitigated popular and critical success until after his sixtieth birthday.

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  • Symphony No. 8 in C minor. Anton Bruckner.

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