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Moniuszko, Stanislaw (1819-1872)

Stanislaw Moniuszko (1865). Public Domain.

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Description: Stanislaw Moniuszko was a composer and conductor from Poland.
After his musical teaching years, he began working as an organist in the Church of St. John of Poland, while simultaneously performing his compositions. They highlighted their operas for their nationalist features, and Moniuszko was considered as the father of Polish opera. In turn, he was an outstanding songwriter and other genres that inspired later great composers.
Sex: Male Occupation: Conductor, composer.
Place of Birth / Death: Ubiel, Minsk Governorate, Poland / Warsaw, Congress Poland. Country Tags: Poland
Periods: 19th Century. Genres: Symphonic music, Orchestral music, Choral music, Chamber music, Religious music, Vocal music, Instrumental music, Music for Dance, Music for theatre, Concert, Opera.
Styles: Classical. Romanticism. Nationalism. School / Group: Uniwersytet Muzyczny Fryderyka Chopina (UMFC).
Instruments: Organ. Relatives: –



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External links



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  • Blume, Friedrich (1970). Classic and Romantic Music. New York: W. W. Norton.
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  • Onnen, Frank. (1967). Enciclopedia de la música. Madrid: Afrodisio Aguado.
  • Pajares Alonso, Roberto L. (2010). Historia de la Música en 6 bloques. Madrid: Visión libros.
  • Rosen, Charles (1995). The Romantic Generation. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press.
  • Turina, Joaquín. (2000). Enciclopedia abreviada de la música. Madrid: Biblioteca Nueva.