Category:Karl Straube

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English: Montgomery Rufus Karl/Carl Siegfried Straube (January 6, 1873, Berlin - April 27, 1950, Leipzig) was a German church musician , organist, and choral conductor, famous above all for championing the abundant organ music of Max Reger.

Karl Straube 
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German church musician, organist, and choral conductor
Date of birth 6 January 1873
Date of death 27 April 1950
Country of citizenship
  • organist
  • conductor
  • musicologist
  • choir director
  • university teacher
  • composer
Member of political party
Authority control
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