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Eak-tai Ahn

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Ahn Eak-tai (Korean: 안익태, Hanja: 安益泰) (December 5, 1906 – September 16, 1965) was a Korean classical composer and conductor. He conducted numerous major orchestras across Europe, including the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra, and the Rome Philharmonic Orchestra. Ahn composed the Aegukga, now the national anthem of South Korea, Korean Dance,Nongae, and the Symphonic Fantasy Korea. His unpublished works, some of which have been discovered recently, include Poema Synfonic ‘Mallorca, Lo Pi Formentor, and The Death of Emperor Gojong.
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ko:안익태, ja:安益泰, pl:An Ik-Tae