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Bergmann, Carl

Bergmann, Carl bĕrg´män [key], 1821–76, German-American musician and conductor. A cellist with the Germania Orchestra, he came with it to the United States in 1850 and subsequently in Boston became its conductor he later conducted the Handel and Haydn Society there (1852–54). He first conducted the New York Philharmonic Society in 1855 and was its sole conductor from 1865 until 1876.

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