Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, Netherlands (1862 – 1921)
Alphonsus Johannes Maria Diepenbrock (September 2, 1862 in Amsterdam – April 5, 1921) was a Dutch composer, essayist and classicist.
He studied classics at the University of Amsterdam, gaining his doctorate cum laude in 1888 with a dissertation in Latin on the life of Seneca. As a composer, he had been completely self-taught from an early age.
He created a musical idiom which, in a highly personal manner, combined 16th-century polyphony with Wagnerian chromaticism, to which in later years was added… read more
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