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Mertzig René (1911-1986)

portrait detail Raymond Clement René Mertzig was born on August 11, 1911 in Colmar-Berg into a family of musicians. He...

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Koster Lou (1889 – 1973)

portrait detail Raymond Clement Lou Koster received lessons in music theory, violin and piano from her grandfather Franz Ferdinand Bernhard...

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Pensis Henri (1900-1958)

Henri Pensis was born in Luxembourg to Belgian-Luxembourgish parents on November 3, 1900. He attended his first violin lessons at...

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Dicks (Edmond de la Fontaine)…

Edmond de la Fontaine (1823 – 1891), better known by his pen name of Dicks, was a Luxembourgian jurist, poet, and...

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Publications by Claus Krumlovsky

Our first publications by Claus Krumlovsky are also online now. To take into account the extremely varied aspect of his...

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Publications by Jules Krüger

Jules Krüger's first publications by LMP are online now. These are his 6 Preludes for piano, Mélancholie, a genre piece...

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Mertzig René (1911-1986)

portrait detail Raymond Clement René Mertzig was born on August 11, 1911 in Colmar-Berg into a family of musicians. He took piano, violin and music theory lessons at the Luxembourg Conservatory, and went on to perfect his skills at the Brussels Conservatory, where he studied composition. alongside the violin and...

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Koster Lou (1889 – 1973)

portrait detail Raymond Clement Lou Koster received lessons in music theory, violin and piano from her grandfather Franz Ferdinand Bernhard Hoebich, the first conductor of the Luxembourg military band. According to her own statement, she already felt called to be a composer as a child. At that time, however, the...

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Pensis Henri (1900-1958)

Henri Pensis was born in Luxembourg to Belgian-Luxembourgish parents on November 3, 1900. He attended his first violin lessons at his hometown’s Conservatoire. At the young age of thirteen , he had already debuted at the Cercle Municipal with two pieces of Wieniawski. Upon the request of his parents, Pensis...

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Dicks (Edmond de la Fontaine) (1823-1891)​

Edmond de la Fontaine (1823 – 1891), better known by his pen name of Dicks, was a Luxembourgian jurist, poet, and lyricist, known for his work in the Luxembourgish language. He is considered the national poet of Luxembourg, and along with Michel Lentz and Michel Rodange, one of the most important...

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Publications by Claus Krumlovsky

Our first publications by Claus Krumlovsky are also online now. To take into account the extremely varied aspect of his production, we have published instrumental works for winds and piano. Works for strings and chamber music will follow shortly. - read more

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Publications by Jules Krüger

Jules Krüger's first publications by LMP are online now. These are his 6 Preludes for piano, Mélancholie, a genre piece for violin or cello and piano, as well as his 3 Pieces for string quartet. Other symphonic and instrumental works are being prepared.

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Krumlovsky Claus (1930-1999)

Claus Krumlovsky was born in Luxembourg in 1930 where he started to study piano, saxophone, theory, harmony, counterpoint and fugue. He continued his musical studes from 1952 to 1955 at the "Staatliche Hochschule für Musik" in Cologne under Hans Anwander (piano), Erich Reinecke (counterpoint and fugue), Peter Hammers (orchestral conducting)...

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Schuh Nicolas (1910-1995)

Nicolas Schuh was born on March 26th, 1910 in Mertert and received his first music lessons in solfège, piano, violin and organ from his father. He was also taught piano and harmony by Max Menager. At the age of nineteen, Nicolas Schuh went to the conservatory of Luxembourg. His subjects...

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