János Fusz

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János Fusz.

János Fusz (Johann Evangelist Fuss) (15 June, baptised on the 16th 1777[1] in Tolna, Hungary – 9 March 1819), aged 41, was a Hungarian composer. Although he composed in many different genres, he was highly popular during his lifetime for his many songs, earning recognition from Beethoven among others.

He also composed a Quartet for flute, viola, cello and guitar.


  • German songs – Maria Zadori (soprano) Timothy Bentch (tenor), accompanied by Aniko Horvath on fortepiano, Hungaroton 2006[2]


  1. ^ Sas, Agnes (1999). "The Life and Work of Janos Fusz". Studia Musicologica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae. Akadémiai Kiadó. T. 40 (Fasc. 1/3): 19–58. doi:10.2307/902551. JSTOR 902551.
  2. ^ Musicweb

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