Felix Dreyschock

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Felix Dreyschock. Xylography 1889.

Felix Dreyschock (27 December 1860 in Leipzig – 1 August 1906 in Berlin) was a German pianist, nephew of Alexander Dreyschock.[1] He was a pupil of Friedrich Kiel, Wilhelm Taubert and Heinrich Ehrlich in Berlin,[2] where he in 1883 began to give concerts.[1] In Stockholm he performed successfully in 1886 and 1889, both as a virtuoso and composer. He wrote major and minor works for piano, violin, vocals, orchestra, etc.


  1. ^ a b Nordisk familjebok. Project Runeberg. pp. 853–854. 
  2. ^ "Ehrlich, Alfred Heinrich". The Grove Dictionary of Music & Musicians. Retrieved 2014-05-03. 

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