Fritz Spindler

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Fritz Spindler.

Fritz Spindler (Wurzbach, 24 November 1817 – Niederlößnitz/Radebeul, near Dresden, 26 December 1905) was a German pianist and composer, especially of works for the piano. His output of more than 400 opus numbers[1] includes salon pieces, chamber music, symphonies and other large forms, and over 300 piano pieces,[2] but is best remembered if at all today for a much-anthologized Sonatina. He published almost three hundred and fifty compositions.[3]

Publications[edit]

  • Berthold Tours, Fritz Spindler: Novello, Ewer and Co.'s Pianoforte Albums. Nos. 17, 18, and 19. Compositions by Fritz Spindler, in: The Musical Times and Singing Class Circular, Vol. 27, No. 524 (Oct. 1, 1886), p. 611
  • Otto Wagner: Das rumanische Volkslied, in: Sammelbände der Internationalen Musikgesellschaft, 4. Jahrg., H. 1. (Nov., 1902), pp. 164–169

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Hirschberg, David (2000), Technic Is Fun: Preparatory: Elementary B, Alfred Publishing Company, p. i, ISBN 0-7692-9707-2
  2. ^ Bachus, Nancy (1998), The Romantic Spirit 1790-1910: Book 1, Alfred Publishing Company, p. 28. ISBN 0-88284-861-5
  3. ^ Spindler, Fritz. "Fritz Spindler". Grande Musica. Retrieved 13 March 2015.