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Friedrich Hegar

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Friedrich Hegar (11 October 1841 – 3 June 1867) was a Swiss composer, conductor, and founding conductor of Tonhalle-Orchester Zürich.[1][2]

References

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  1. ^ The Larousse Encyclopedia of Music 1982, p. 483.
  2. ^ Biographie, Deutsche. "Hegar, Friedrich - Deutsche Biographie". www.deutsche-biographie.de (in German). Retrieved 2021-09-18.

Bibliography

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  • Hindley, Geoffrey (1982). "Music in the Modern World: Music in Switzerland". The Larousse Encyclopedia of Music (2nd ed.). New York City: Excalibur. ISBN 0-89673-101-4.
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