George Frederick Bristow

George Frederick Bristow (* 19. December 1825 in New York town center; † 13. December 1898 ebd.) was an US-American composer.

Bristow received a Violinausbildung and became 1842 first Violinist the New York Philharmonic Society. Since 1851 he was a conductor of the Harmonic Society and at the same time church organist and singing teachers at national schools. It composed two operas, two Oratorien, two Kantaten, six symphonies, two caper quartets, pieces of piano and songs. Admits remained its opera Rip Van bends from 1855 and to be second symphony in fis moll.


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