Bruno Oscar Klein (1858 - 1911)
United States (USA)
Bruno Oscar Klein (6 June 1858 — 22 June 1911) was an American composer and organist of German origin. He wrote a number of works for orchestra, some chamber music, church music, and a large number of songs. Born in Osnabrück, Klein began his musical training in piano and composition with his father who made a living as an organist. He then studied at the Munich Conservatory (MC) from 1875-1878 where he was a pupil of Carl Baermann, Josef Rheinberger, and Franz Wüllner.
After graduating from the MC, Klein came to the United States in 1878 at the age of 20, He settled in New York City where ... (Read all)