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    "Louis Spohr and the Metronome: a Contribution to Early Nineteenth-Century Performance Practice." Henryk Wieniawski: Composer and Virtuoso in the Musical Culture of the XIX and XX Centuries [Proceedings of the international musicological conference, held in Poznan on 13–14 April 2000], ed. Maciej Jablonski and Danuta Jasinska, Poznan ...

  2. The German Composer Louis Spohr (1784-1859): His Life and Work, an Overview of His Clarinet Music, and an Analytical Approach to the Sechs Deutsche Lieder for Clarinet, Voice, and Piano. Table of Contents. An Outline of Louis Spohrs Life and Work.......................................................6. 1.1.

  3. Louis Spohr (5 April 1784 – 22 October 1859) was a German composer, violinist and conductor. Born Ludwig Spohr, he is usually known by the French form of his name outside Germany. Sometimes described as "The Forgotten Master" [1], Spohr was once as famous as Beethoven. As a violinist, his virtuoso playing was admired by Queen Victoria.

  4. Apr 5, 2021 · stephan bultmann. Celebrating the Violinist Louis Spohr. April 5, 2021, 6:24 AM · To mention the name of Louis Spohr (1784-1859) to today’s musically sophisticated public might result in the inevitable question: “Never heard of him….who is he?”

  5. Mar 8, 2016 · Tue 8 Mar 2016 07.18 EST. T he 19th century deemed Louis Spohr a great composer, and considered his oratorio The Last Judgement a masterpiece. First performed in 1826, the work reportedly...

  6. Jul 20, 2021 · Louis Spohr ( [ˈluːi ˈʃpo:ɐ], April 5, 1784 - October 22, 1859), was a German composer, violinist, and conductor.Sections of the work:Mov.I: Allegro vivace 00...

  7. Louis Spohr, original name Ludwig Spohr, was a German violinist, composer, and conductor whose compositions illustrate an early aspect of the Romantic period in German music. Spohr taught himself composition by studying the scores of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.

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