Adolf Brunner (composer)

Adolf Brunner (Zurich, 25 June 1901-Thalwil, 15 February 1992) was a Swiss composer.[1] He is best known for his conservative Markus-Passion (1971).[2]

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  1. ^ Chris Walton - Adolf Brunner (1901-1992): Erinnerungen eines Schweizer 1997 "Markus-Passion Siehe: Passionsgeschichte nach dem Evangelisten Markus Der Mensch (Matthias Claudius): Empfangen und genähret vom Weibe wunderbar Motette für 6-stimmigen gemischten Chor [SSATBB]. Komponiert: Zürich, 1938.
  2. ^ Fanfare - Volume 10, Issues 1-2 - Page 123 Joel Flegler - 1986 "Adolf Brunner was born in Zurich in 1901 and wrote his St. Mark Passion in 1970 and '71. I get these dates from S.W.E., as they are not provided in the German — only liner notes. This setting of the passion is awfully conservative even for a ..."