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Brühl [of Martinskirche], Hans Moritz, Count oflocked

  • Ronald R. Kidd

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(b Wiederau, Saxony, Dec 20, 1736; d London, June 9, 1809). German musical dilettante. He is sometimes designated ‘of Martinskirche’ to distinguish him from his cousin Hans Moritz ‘of Seifersdorf’. He was a nephew of the famous minister Count Heinrich Brühl and the son of Count Friedrich Wilhelm Brühl, and served in diplomatic posts in Paris and Warsaw before becoming Saxon ambassador to London in ...

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E.L. Gerber: Historisch-biographisches Lexikon der Tonkünstler
R. Eitner: Biographisch-bibliographisches Quellen-Lexikon
London, British Library
Dictionary of National Biography (Oxford, 1885-1901, suppls., 1901-96)