Max Baumann

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Max Georg Baumann (20 November 1917 – 17 July 1999)[1] was a German composer, one of the few composers to write a concerto for organ and orchestra. His cantata Libertas cruciata was the first composition written specifically to be played on stereo FM radio. He wrote four Masses, a piano concerto, music specifically for amateurs, etc.

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  1. ^ The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians By George Grove, Stanley Sadie Macmillan Publishers, 1980 page 302