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Arthur Ney (28 November 1887, Potsdam, Germany – 13 December 1963, Villars-sur-Ollon, Switzerland) was a German-Swiss composer and conductor.
Ney settled in Switzerland in 1914 and became a Swiss citizen six years later. He conducted numerous wind bands and composed some ten fine marches, such as Marschbereit, Trompetenruf and Vivat Lucerna, and three overtures for band.
Works for Winds
- Appel aux Trompettes (1948)
- Heldenzonen (1965)
- Night Flight (1964)
- Saint Triphon (1949)
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