Max Joseph Winkler
1810 - 1884
Germany
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M.J. Winkler
Max Joseph Winkler (10/03/1810 - 20/06/1884), a German composer, born at Waldstetten, Bavaria, Instrumental and vocal composer, pupil of Basilus Schwarz at Dilliugen, whei'e he studied in the teachers' seminary. On leaving it he became choir master at Giiuzburg, and in 1837 of the cathedral, acting besides as assistant instructor at the royal teachers' seminary, where in 1849 he was appointed principal instructor of music. Gold medal for science and art, 1876. Works : Requiem, 1875 ; Solemn mass in C ; Missa Cathariua ; Short mass with orchestra ; 3 short Requiems ; 19 graduals and offertories ; Vesper psalms, and litanies ; Die Mauuesalter, with orchestra ; Feuer !; 3 quartets for strings ; etc.
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Requiem
Period:Romanticism
Musical form:mass
Text/libretto:Latin mass
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Requiem (3x)
Period:Romanticism
Musical form:masses
Text/libretto:Latin mass
Winkler wrote three short Requiems.