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  1. Rued Langgaard (Copenhague, 28 de julio de 1893-Ribe, 10 de julio de 1952) fue un compositor y organista danés. Biografía [ editar ] Langgaard nació en Copenhague, siendo el único hijo del compositor Siegfried Langgaard y de Emma Langgaard.

  2. Rued Langgaard (Danish: [ˈʁuðˀ ˈlɑŋˌkɒˀ]; born Rud Immanuel Langgaard; 28 July 1893 – 10 July 1952) was a late-Romantic Danish composer and organist. His then-unconventional music was at odds with that of his Danish contemporaries but was recognized 16 years after his death.

  3. Rued Langgaard. (Photo: Wikimedia Commons) The Danish composer Rued Langgaard was an eccentric who for the most part found himself at odds with his fellow human beings. The Berliner Philharmoniker gave the world premiere of his First Symphony on 10 April 1913. It was a Philharmonic moment.

  4. › indexeRued Langgaard

    Rued Langgaard - A Danish composer presented in text, pictures, music and speech. A Danish composer presented in ... Established 1996 with support from the Danish Ministry of Culture and the Langgaard Foundation. Initiative and project management: West Jutland Academy of Music, Esbjerg,

  5. Rued Langgaard (1893-1952) nació en Copenhague el 28 de julio de 1893. Hijo del profesor de piano y compositor Siegfried Langgaard y de la pianista Emma Langgaard. A los cinco años empezó las clases de piano con su madre, luego estudió con su padre y un maestro privado.

  6. Rued Langgaard was a Danish composer and organist. Langgaard expressed himself in a late Romantic idiom but also wrote radically experimental works. In his own self-image he existed in an oppositional relationship to the leading Danish composer of the time, Carl Nielsen, and throughout his life he felt overlooked as both composer and organist.

  7. An outsider rediscovered. Rued Langgaard is a unique case in the history of Danish music. He was a loner, a visionary and an uncompromising idealist between the polarities of Romanticism and Modernism. As a very young man he could create works that pointed fifty years ahead in time - and at a mature age he wrote music that sounded at least ...