Lodewijk Mortelmans – Wikipedia

Lodewijk Mortelmans (5 February 1868, Antwerp – 24 June 1952, Antwerp) was a Belgian composer and conductor of Flemish ancestry. Sometimes called de Vlaamse Brahms (“the Flemish Brahms”), Mortelmans composed in a number of forms, including piano music and orchestral works, but he was most celebrated in his day for his art songs.

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