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German conductor and composer known for his interpretations of Brahms.

Career summary

Having studied at the Cologne Conservatory 1877‒80, he was appointed a teacher at the Hamburg Conservatory in 1882, becoming its director in 1903. Having been a concert pianist early in his career, he turned to conducting and became conductor of the Hamburg Philharmonic Society in 1904. He was guest conductor of many foreign and German orchestras.

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  • John Koslovsky

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