Karl Friedrich Horn (1762-1830)

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Allemagne avant 1945
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Windsor, 05-08-1830
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Organiste et compositeur allemand. - Père de Charles Edward (1786-1849). - Il s'installe en Angleterre à vingt ans. - Il devient professeur puis organiste de la chapelle St George de Windsor (1823)
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Charles Frederick Horn (1762-1830)


Compositeur1 document

  • 6 Sonatas for the piano forte or harpsichord with an accompangment for a violin and violoncello, composed..., by Charles-Frederick Horn. Op. 1

    Material description : In-fol.
    Edition : [s.d.] [S.l.] the author

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  • Charles Edward Horn's memoirs of his father and himself

    Material description : IX-131-[6] p.
    Note : Note : Chronologie p. 111-120. - Index
    Edition : 2003 Aldershot Ashgate
    Auteur du texte : Charles Edward Horn (1786-1849)

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  • Charles Edward Horn's memoirs of his father and himself / ed. by Michael Kassler, 2003
  • Grove 6
    Dict. biogr. des musiciens / Baker, Slonimsky, 1995

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  • Charles Frederick Horn (1762-1830)

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