Julius Röntgen

Julius Röntgen
Short Name: Julius Röntgen
Full Name: Röntgen, Julius, 1855-1932
Birth Year: 1855
Death Year: 1932

An important Dutch pianist, composer, conductor, scholar, and editor, Julius Rontgen (b. Leipzig, Germany, 1855; d. Utrecht, the Netherlands, 1932) studied music in Leipzig with well-known German teachers. In 1877 he moved to Amsterdam, where he first taught at the Amsterdam Conservatory. In 1886 he became conductor of the Society for the Advancement of Musical Art. He returned to the Conservatory as director in 1918, and then retired in 1924 to devote himself to composition. He was a friend of leading composers of his day, including Liszt, Brahms, and Grieg, and wrote a biography of Grieg. Rontgen's compositions include symphonies, chamber works, operas, and film scores.

Bert Polman

Tunes by Julius Röntgen (2)sort descendingAsInstancesIncipit
A LITTLE CHILD (Flemish)Julius Röntgen (Arranger)213211 35565 13211
IN BABILONEJulius Röntgen (Arranger)5517651 21231 43232
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