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Klengel, Julius, 1859-1933

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Personal name headingKlengel, Julius, 1859-1933
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Variant(s)Klengel, J. (Julius), 1859-1933
Associated countryGermany
Birth date1859-09-24
Death date1933-10-27
Place of birthLeipzig (Germany)
Place of deathLeipzig (Germany)
Field of activityCello music Composition (Music)
AffiliationGewandhausorchester Leipzig
Gewandhaus-Quartett Leipzig
Königliches Conservatorium der Musik zu Leipzig
Profession or occupationCellists Composers Music teachers
Found inConcerto no. 2, 1994: p. 1 (Julius Klengel, 1859-1933)
New Grove (cellist and composer; b. Leipzig 1839, d. Leipzig 1933)
Klengel, J. Concertinos für Violoncello und Klavier, 1982?: t.p. (Julius Klengel) cover (J. Klengel)
Wikipedia, May 23, 2017 (Julius Klengel (24 September 1859-27 October 1933); born in Leipzig, Kingdom of Saxony; died Leipzig, Germany; German cellist who is most famous for his etudes and solo pieces written for the instrument; member of the Gewandhaus Orchestra at fifteen, he toured extensively throughout Europe as cellist and soloist of the Gewandhaus Quartet; became principal cellist of the orchestra, aged 22, in 1881. There he remained for over four decades; during that time period, became professor at the Leipzig Conservatory; composed hundreds of pieces for the cello)
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