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Music of Liechtenstein

Arms of Liechtenstein

The music of Liechtenstein has produced an internationally renowned composer in Josef Rheinberger (1839–1901), who was mentor to Engelbert Humperdinck and a friend of Franz Liszt.

The national anthem of Liechtenstein is "Oben am jungen Rhein", which was written in 1850 by Jakob Josef Jauch to the tune of "God Save the Queen", the national anthem of the United Kingdom.

Music institutions

A popular tourist site, Liechtenstein hosts a number of Liechtenstein Musical Company. Radio Liechtenstein is the biggest radio station in the country, and is known throughout German-speaking Europe. There are more than 4000 music associations in Liechtenstein,[1] including the Liechtenstein Musical Company and the International Josef Gabriel Rheinberger Society.

Music education

The Liechtenstein Music School is the most important music education institution in the country. It is headquartered in Vaduz, in the home where Josef Rheinberger was born in 1839. The Liechtenstein Music School also cooperates with public schools in providing music education for younger students.[2]

References

  1. ^ Music associations in Liechtenstein
  2. ^ "Liechtenstein Music School". Fürstentum Liechtenstein. Retrieved 25 June 2013. 
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