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Josef Labor (29 June 1842 – 26 April 1924) was an Austrian pianist, organist, and composer of the late Romantic era. Labor was an influential music teacher. As a friend of some key figures in Vienna, his importance was enhanced. He toured Europe as a pianist and, in the process, formed a lasting friendship with King Georg V of Hanover, who was also blind. Georg named him Royal Chamber Pianist in 1865. The following year, the two men settled in Vienna, where Labor began organ lessons and became a teacher, while continuing to compose and perform.

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  • ヨーゼフ・ラーボア
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  • Лабор, Йозеф
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  • Josef Labor (* 29. Juni 1842 in Horowitz, Böhmen; † 26. April 1924 in Wien) war ein österreichischer Komponist, Organist und Pianist.
  • ヨーゼフ・ラーボアまたはヨセフ・ラボル(Josef Labor, *1842年6月29日 ボヘミアのホロヴィッツ - †1924年4月26日 ウィーン)はオーストリアの作曲家・ピアニスト。現在は音楽史からほとんど忘れ去られているが、生前は音楽家として高い地位を与えられていた。シェーンベルクやアルマ・マーラーの最初の音楽教師でもあった。
  • Josef Labor (ur. 29 czerwca 1842 w Hořovicach, zm. 26 kwietnia 1924 w Wiedniu) – austriacki niewidomy pianista i kompozytor późnego, niemieckiego romantyzmu.
  • Йозеф Лабор (нем. Josef Labor; 29 июня 1842, Горжовице, Богемия — 26 апреля 1924, Вена) — австрийский музыкант и композитор позднего немецкого романтизма.
  • Josef Labor (29 June 1842 – 26 April 1924) was an Austrian pianist, organist, and composer of the late Romantic era. Labor was an influential music teacher. As a friend of some key figures in Vienna, his importance was enhanced. He toured Europe as a pianist and, in the process, formed a lasting friendship with King Georg V of Hanover, who was also blind. Georg named him Royal Chamber Pianist in 1865. The following year, the two men settled in Vienna, where Labor began organ lessons and became a teacher, while continuing to compose and perform.
  • Josef Labor (29 de junho de 1842 - 26 de abril de 1924) foi um pianista, organista e compositor Checo de música clássica romântica tardia. Labor foi um professor influente amigo de vienenses importantes. Nasceu em Horowitz na Bohemia. Ficou cego devido à catapora aos três anos de idade. Frequentou o instituto para cegos de Viena e o Konservatorium der Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde (Conservatório da Sociedade dos Amigos da Música) onde estudou composição musical com o professor de Bruckner, Simon Sechter, e piano com Eduard Pickhert.
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  • 1842-6-29
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