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 includes salon pieces, chamber music, symphonies and other large forms, and over 300 piano pieces, but is best remembered if at all today for a much-anthologized Sonatina. He published almost three hundred and fifty compositions.
- 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
- Hirschberg, David (2000), Technic Is Fun: Preparatory: Elementary B, Alfred Publishing Company, p. i, ISBN 0-7692-9707-2
- Bachus, Nancy (1998), The Romantic Spirit 1790-1910: Book 1, Alfred Publishing Company, p. 28. ISBN 0-88284-861-5
- Spindler, Fritz. "Fritz Spindler". Grande Musica. Retrieved 13 March 2015.
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