Mendelssohn Felix

Men·dels·sohn

 (mĕn′dl-sən, -zōn′), Felix Full name Jakob Ludwig Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy. 1809-1847.
German conductor, pianist, and composer of works characterized by emotional restraint and classical form, including the Italian (1833) and Scottish (1842) symphonies.
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