Anton Bruckner

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Bruckner is best known for his symphonies: two unnumbered apprentice works, eight completed mature symphonies, and the first three movements of a Ninth.
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Composition Highlights

Title Year Avg. Duration Genre
Symphony No. 4 in E flat ("Romantic"), WAB 104 1874 Symphony
Symphony No. 9 in D minor, WAB 109 1887 Symphony
Symphony No. 8 in C minor, WAB 108 1884 Symphony
Symphony No. 7 in E major, WAB 107 1881 Symphony
Symphony No. 5 in B flat, WAB 105 1875 Symphony
Locus iste, gradual for chorus in C major, WAB 23 1869 Choral
Symphony No. 3 in D minor, WAB 103 1872 Symphony
Symphony No. 6 in A major, WAB 106 1879 Symphony
Os justi, gradual for chorus in Lydian mode, WAB 30 1879 Choral
Ave Maria (II), motet for chorus in F major, WAB 6 1861 Choral
Te Deum in C major, for soloists, chorus, orchestra & organ, WAB 45 1881 Choral
Virga Jesse, gradual for chorus in E minor, WAB 52 1885 Choral
Symphony No. 2 in C minor, WAB 102 1871 Symphony
Symphony No. 1 in C minor, WAB 101 1866 Symphony
Mass No. 2, for chorus & winds in E minor, WAB 27 1866 Choral
Quintet for strings in F major, WAB 112 1879 Chamber Music
Tota pulchra es, Maria, antiphon in Phrygian mode for tenor, chorus & organ, WAB 46 1878 Choral
Ecce sacerdos, antiphon for chorus, 3 trombones & organ in A minor, WAB 13 1885 Choral
Christus factus est (II), gradual for chorus, 3 violins & 2 trombones in D minor, WAB 10 1879 Choral
Vexilla regis prodeunt, hymn in Phrygian mode for chorus, WAB 51 1892 Choral
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