Fritz Crome

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Fritz Crome (6 May 1879 – 25 April 1948) was a Danish composer and music writer.


Fritz Crome was the son of August Crome, who founded the store Crom & Goldschmidt in Copenhagen. He started an engineering course at the Danish Polytechnic (DTU), but soon switched to music. He trained as a pianist with Louis Glass and later studied in Paris and Berlin. He was then employed at the Stern Conservatory in Berlin, while he worked as a music writer, both in Germany and Scandinavia. From 1925 until his death he was employed as a teacher at the Royal Danish Academy of Music.

Cromer's musical output was relatively small and conservative. It included all the songs that were inspired by Hugo Wolf, notably.


  • This article was initially translated from the Danish Wikipedia.

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