Koeberg, Frits Ehrhardt Adriaan

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Koeberg, Frits Ehrhardt Adriaan

Koeberg, Frits Ehrhardt Adriaan, Dutch composer; b. The Hague, July 15, 1876; d. there, Nov. 9, 1961. He studied with H. Viotta in the Netherlands and with Xaver Scharwenka in Berlin. Returning to The Hague in 1902, he taught at the Cons, and conducted the Musica orch.


opera:Bloemenkind (1917); 3 syms.; symphonic poems: Zeelandia (1920) and Chimères (1941); Suite de Lage Landen for Orch. (1946); Dances in the Village for Orch. (1948); Hollandia for Band (1933); chamber music; songs.

—Nicolas Slonimsky/Laura Kuhn/Dennis McIntire

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