Adolf Jensen (12 yennayer 1837 - 23 yennayer 1879) d aselmad n uẓawan, d amseddas d amyurar n upyanu Analman ilul deg Königsberg yeṭṭafaren Amenkud n Rrusya, yukkes (yemmut) deg Baden-Baden deg tmurt n Lalman s usrag (sebba) n tsenfert[1][2][3]

Simpleicons Interface user-outline.svg Adolf Jensen
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Tameddurt
Talalit Königsberg (fr) Suqel, 12 Yennayer 1837
Taɣlent Lalman
Lmut Baden-Baden (fr) Suqel, 23 Yennayer 1879
Tamentilt n tmekkest  (tasenfert)
Tawacult
Atmaten-is d yissetma-s Gustav Jensen (fr) Suqel
Tiɣri
Tutlayin Talmanit
Amahil
Amahil Amseddas, professeur de musique (fr) Suqel d pianiste (fr) Suqel
Dduzan n lmusiqa piano (fr) Suqel

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Ẓeṛ daɣenẒreg

  1. Latham, Alison (ed.) (2011). "Jensen, Adolf". The Oxford Companion to Music. Oxford University Press. (ISBN 0199579032). Online excerpt retrieved from Oxford Index 20 March 2019.
  2. Naumann, Emil (1886). The History of Music, p. 1203. Cassell. Archived 2020-01-10 at the Wayback Machine
  3. Thym, Jürgen (1983). One Hundred Years of Eichendorff Songs, p. xiv. A-R Editions Inc. (ISBN 0895791730) Archived 2020-02-13 at the Wayback Machine