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Bruckner

Anton . 1824--96, Austrian composer and organist in the Romantic tradition. His works include nine symphonies, four masses, and a Te Deum
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BRUCKNER is successful in the textile industry for many decades.
Bruckner warns against the dangers of too much wealth (or too little for that matter), and consistently uses philosophical quips and dualities in a noticeably proverbial fashion.
"We're raising money for the Special Olympics and trying to do good for the community," Bruckner said.
"The Bruckner Building is a special property in terms of its location and flexibility, and we believe its broad appeal has been demonstrated by the leasing activity to date," said Tom Farrell, Managing Director of Savanna.
Although Bruckner continued the tradition of the symphonic Mass, as developed by Haydn and continued by many composers through the 18th and 19th centuries, his style particularly reflects the polyphony and graceful melodic lines of Palestrina, to which he added ever-expanding Romantic harmonic language.
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The entangled philological situation concerning the sources and transmission of the composer's works--a situation often referred to as the "Bruckner problem"--is the backdrop against which we can understand the significance of Thomas Roder's edition of the Linz version of Bruckner's First Symphony and, more generally, the need for a third critical edition of his complete works.
Urban Edge Properties (NYSE:UE) revealed on Wednesday that it has acquired the leasehold interest in the Shops at Bruckner in Bronx, New York, for USD32.0m.
The Shops at Bruckner is a 114,000 square foot retail center across from the company's 387,000 square-foot Bruckner Commons, built on land owned by Urban Edge and leased to the seller.
The phrase 'from the heart' could also apply to Bruckner's Three Pieces for Orchestra which will be the starting point for the orchestra's programme.
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