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Frey, Max

LC control no.n 85186904
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Personal name headingFrey, Max
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Variant(s)Frey, Maximilian
See alsoFounded corporate body: Hochschule für Musik München. Madrigalchor
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Associated placeMunich (Germany)
Birth date1941-06-24
AffiliationHochschule für Musik München
Hochschule für Musik und Theater München
Profession or occupationHarpsichordists Choral conductors Music teachers College teachers Organists Pianists Musicologists Editors
Found inStangenberg, K. Virtuose Blockflötenmusik [SR] p1985: label (Max Frey, harpsichord)
Komponisten-Portrait, p1997: container (Max Frey) insert (conductor of the Madrigalchor der Hochschule für Musik in München; teaches choral conducting; no indication that he plays harpsichord)
DNB in VIAF, February 23, 2016 (authorized access point: Frey, Max, 1941- ; variant access point: Frey, Maximilian, 1941- ; composer, musician, choral conductor, harpsichordist, organist, musicologist; affiliation: Hochschule für Musik München Madrigalchor)
German Wikipedia, February 23, 2016 (Max Frey; born June 24, 1941; German choral conductor; was professor of choral conducting at Hochschule für Musik und Theater München; founded the Madrigalchor in 1979 and led it until his retirement in 2006; editor of numerous choral works for various German music publishers)
Internet Archive, February 23, 2016 (Prof. Max Frey, 70th birthday, June 24; German choral conductor and teacher. He studied music pedagogy at the Hochschule für Musik und Theater München [that is, the Hochschule für Musik München], and also qualified as an organist; taught music several schools before assuming a teaching position at the Hochschule für Musik München in 1970, becoming professor of choral conducting and school piano performance in 1976; led the Madrigalchor, 1979-[2006]. In addition to his teaching he continued his activity as a pianist, organist, and harpsichordist. He was artistic director of the Starnberger Musikkreis, 1970-2000; also a judge of choral competitions and editor of song and choral books.)
Not found inBaker's, 8th ed.; Int. ww in music, 8th-11th, 13th-15th eds.