[broo k-ner, bruhk-; German broo k-nuh r]
- An·ton [an-tuh n, -ton, -tohn; German ahn-tawn] /ˈæn tən, -tɒn, -toʊn; German ˈɑn tɔn/, 1824–96, Austrian composer and organist.
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Anton is with Bruckner and one or two others, and didn't need me.The Genius
Margaret Horton Potter
Bruckner was a man deeply imbued with a sense of his own worth.
Bruckner looked carefully around the circle at each of his listeners.
Whatever else might be said of Bruckner, he knew his job as a psychologist.
"That was a rotten piece of business last night," Bruckner said.
- Anton (ˈantoːn). 1824–96, Austrian composer and organist in the Romantic tradition. His works include nine symphonies, four masses, and a Te Deum