Alban Berg

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The composer Alban Berg (February 9, 1885, Vienna, Austria - December 24, 1935, Vienna) continued as a pupil of Arnold Schoenberg the development of the atonal music.

His most important works are the operas Wozzeck and Lulu and the Chamber Concerto for violin, piano and 13 windinstruments.