Julius Röntgen

Julius Röntgen (1855-1932)

Julius Röntgen [Roentgen]
Nationality: German | Dutch
Born: May 9, 1855, Leipzig Died: September 13, 1932, Bilthoven (age 77)
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Date Age Duration Work
1932 76-77
String Quartet, After Beethoven's Sonata Op. 101
1932 76-77
Piano Trio in g minor
1932 76-77
Piano Trio in c minor
1932 76-77
Piano Trio in e minor
1932 76-77
Piano Trio in E-flat major
1932 76-77
Piano Trio in g minor
1932 76-77
Piano Quintet in G major, Sentendo nuova forza
1931 75-76
String Quartet in c minor
1931 75-76
Piano Quartet in g minor
1931 75-76
Cello Sonata in c-sharp minor
1931 75-76
Cello Sonata in C major
1930 74-75
Cello Sonata in d minor
1930 74-75
Cello Sonata in a minor
1930 74-75 17:00
1929 73-74
String Quartet in f-sharp minor
1929 73-74
String Quartet in b minor
1929 73-74
Bassoon Sonata in A-flat major (for bassoon and piano)
1929 73-74 15:00
1928 72-73
String Quartet in e-flat minor
1928 72-73

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Father
Nationality: Dutch | German
Born: September 30, 1829, Deventer Died: December 12, 1897, Leipzig (age 68)
Johannes Röntgen (1898-1969)
Son
Nationality: Dutch
Born: September 30, 1898, Amsterdam Died: April 28, 1969, Amsterdam (age 70)
Amanda Maier (1853-1894)
Wife
Nationality: Swedish
Born: February 20, 1853, Landskrona Died: June 15, 1894, Amsterdam (age 41)
Carl Reinecke (1824-1910)
Teacher
Nationality: German
Born: June 23, 1824, Altona Died: March 10, 1910, Leipzig (age 85)
Edvard Grieg (1843-1907)
friend, colleage
Nationality: Norwegian
Born: January 15, 1843, Bergen Died: September 4, 1907, Bergen (age 64)