Rudolph Bergh

Rudolph Bergh (* 22. September 1859 in Copenhagen; † 7. December 1924 in Davos) was a Danish composer.

The pupil of Heinrich of duke mountain and Heinrich van Eyken spent the longest time of his life in Germany. Until 1919 it lived in Berlin and Godesberg. After its return to Copenhagen it became 1922 member of the board of the board of directors of the conservatoire.

Bergh composed a Requiem for value ago for choir, oldsolo and orchestra, spirit of the zero wind for choir, old one and tenor-solo and orchestra, a tragic symphony, a caper quartet, a Violinsonate, choir works and numerous songs.


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