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JOHANN GEORG ALBRECHTSBERGER (Klosterneuburg, 03/02/1735 — Viena, 07/03/1809) músico e compositor austríaco, considerado o maior organista do mundo. Mestre de Beethoven, Johann Nepomuk Hummel, Ignaz Moscheles e Josef Weigl. Compôs Prelúdios, Fugas e Sonatas para Piano e Órgão. Escreveu pelo menos sete concertos para Harpa e Mandora Lutina, Ao todo escreveu 750 obras

JOHANN GEORG ALBRECHTSBERGER (Klosterneuburg, 03/02/1735 — Viena, 07/03/1809) músico e compositor austríaco, considerado o maior organista do mundo. Mestre de Beethoven, Johann Nepomuk Hummel, Ignaz Moscheles e Josef Weigl. Compôs Prelúdios, Fugas e Sonatas para Piano e Órgão. Escreveu pelo menos sete concertos para Harpa e Mandora Lutina, Ao todo escreveu 750 obras

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