Lumbye, Hans Christian (1810-1874)

Hans Christian Lumbye. Public Domain

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Buy Diazepam From China Description: Hans Christian Lumbye was a violinist, trumpeter, composer and conductor from Denmark. After studying music, he began playing the trumpet in a military band until he heard the works of Johann Strauss and began composing. He learned to play the violin in a self-taught way and he became music director and composer of Tivoli Gardens from Copenhagen. Hans composed around 700 works with a Strauss-influenced style, light compositions and several works in which he creates sounds from non-musical sources. Sex: Male click Occupation: Conductor, composer, violinist and trumpeter. Place of Birth / Death: Copenhagen, Denmark. Country Tags: Denmark
get link Periods: 19h Century. follow Genres: Symphonic music, Orchestral music, Choral music, Chamber music, Instrumental music, Dances, Concert, Vals.
go Styles: Classical, Romantic music, Nationalism music. Group: – Instruments: Trumpet and violin. Relatives: Carl Christian (son), Georg August (son),  Georg Høeberg (grand-son) Patrons: – Master: –



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