Max Bruch

Born: 1838
Died: 1920

To most people the name Bruch means just one work, his Violin Concerto No 1. There's a little more to him than that. He wrote symphonies (his first at the age of 14), operas and oratorios. By his mid-twenties he was famous, considered to be the equal of Brahms and a worthy successor to Mendelssohn.

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