Austrian music stars deceased in Cardiac arrest

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Friedrich Gulda

Friedrich Gulda (May 16, 1930 Vienna-January 27, 2000 Steinbach am Attersee) also known as Gulda, Friedrich was an Austrian jazz pianist, pianist and film score composer. He had three children, Rico Gulda, Wolfgang Gulda and Paul Gulda.

Discography: Mozart - Klaviersonate D-Dur, Fantasie C-Moll, Klaviersonate B-Dur, Sieben Galgenlieder, Symphonies 24, 25, 26, 27, and 32, Friedrich Gulda Spielt Mozart Klaviersonaten, Piano Sonata No.32 in C minor Op. 111, Wintermeditation, Play Piano Play, Wann i geh', Midlife Harvest, Concerto for Myself (M√ľnchner Philharmoniker feat. conductor & piano: Friedrich Gulda) and Gulda Plays Bach.

Gulda was born in Vienna to a musical family. His mother was a piano teacher and his father was a teacher and choirmaster. Gulda began piano lessons at a young age and made his debut with the Vienna Philharmonic at the age of 16. He went on to study at the Vienna Music Academy and won several prestigious competitions, including the Geneva International Music Competition in 1949.

Gulda was known for his versatility as a musician and his willingness to experiment with different genres. He was a classical pianist, but also played jazz, pop, and rock music. He even composed music for films, including The Return of Dracula and The Blue Max.

In addition to his performing and composing career, Gulda was also a music educator. He founded the "Gulda-Quintett" in 1952, which became a highly successful touring group. He also taught at the Vienna Music Academy and later founded his own music school in Austria.

Gulda passed away in 2000 at the age of 69. He left behind a legacy as a pioneering musician who pushed the boundaries of classical music and embraced new styles and genres throughout his career.

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