Arnold von Bruck
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Who is Arnold von Bruck?
Arnold von Bruck was a Franco-Flemish composer of the Renaissance, active in several Habsburg courts. He was one of the most famous and influential composers in German-speaking areas during the first half of the 16th century, the period of the Protestant Reformation; however he seems to have remained a Roman Catholic.
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by Sir George Grove, John Alexander Fuller-Maitland
The composers who used the Volkslied in polyphonic works were masters of every contrapuntal form; sometimes they worked one melody with another, as Arnold von Bruck, who combined the song “Estaget vor dem Walde' with 'Kein Adler in ...
by Joseph Thomas
See ARNOLD VON BRUCK. Arnone, aR-no'ni, (ALBERTO,) a skilful Neapolitan portrait-painter, born in the seventeenth century, was a pupil of Carlo Maratta, Died at Naples in 1721. Ar'not, (HUGO) a Scottish writer and advocate, born at Leith ...
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