Diepenbrock, Alphons (b Amsterdam, 1862; d Amsterdam, 1921). Dutch composer. Influential teacher. Wrote chiefly church mus. (2 settings of Te Deum, a Stabat mater, and the Missa in die festo of 1891), the Hymnen an die Nacht (1899) for v. and orch., and incidental mus. to plays. Befriended and admired by Mahler.
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