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Louis Spohr

5 apr 1784 (Braunschweig) - 22 oct 1859 (Kassel)

Books about Louis Spohr and his music

bookLouis Spohr The Musical Journeys of Louis Spohr
Greenwood Press Reprint, 1987; ISBN 0313258341; 273 pages
One of the great figures in the evolution of European music and the greatest German violinist of his time, Louis Spohr has been largely forgotten by the music world. This volume concentrates upon the journeys Spohr took as a young virtuoso, composer, and conductor to Russia, Austria, Switzerland, Italy, England, and France between 1800 and 1820, as well as his travels in Germany itself. Price indication: $ 105.00
bookDorothy Moulton Piper Mayer The Forgotten Master: The Life & Times of Louis Spohr (Da Capo Press Music Reprint Series)
Da Capo Press, 1981; ISBN 0306760991; 204 pages Price indication: $ 65.00
bookNo author Louis Spohr: Festschrift und Ausstellungskatalog zum 200. Geburtstag (Ausstellungkataloge / Staatsbibliothek Preussischer Kulturbesitz)
Wenderoth, 1984; ISBN 3870130199; 288 pages; in German Price indication: $ 69.85

Sheet music, libretti, etc.

Chamber Music for Strings (Selected Works of Louis Spohr) - Garland Pub

Concertos: Concertante For Violin & Cello (Selected Works of Louis Spohr, 1784sh1859) - Routledge

Des Heilands Letzte Stunden: Des Heilands Letzte Stunden (Selected Works of Louis Spohr, 1784sh1859) - Routledge

Die\letzten Dinge (Selected Works of Louis Spohr, 1784sh1859) - Routledge

Jessonda (Selected Works of Louis Spohr, 1784-1859, Vol 2) - Garland Pub

Louis Spohr (1784 - 1859: Concerto No. 12 for Violin and Piano - Warner Bros Pubns

Louis Spohr (1784 - 1859: Concerto No. 2 for Violin and Piano - Warner Bros Pubns
One of the leading composers of instrumental music of the early Romantic period, Louis Spohr was a violinist, composer, and conductor. In addition to symphonic works, string quartets, and other solo and chamber music, he composed operas, operettas, and songs. There has been a trend, starting in the late 20th century, to revive his instrumental works and songs.

Music Minus One Clarinet: Spohr Clarinet Concerto No. 1 in C minor, op. 26 (Book & 2 CDs) - Music Minus One
Perform timeless Clarinet works with The Stuttgart Festival Orchestra! Perfect for practice, rehearsal, auditions, contest solos, performances, and more! Ludwig Spohr, who created quite a stir when he began conducting with an odd contraption known as a baton, was also one of the best known violinists of his day (i.e., the first half of the nineteenth century), and is primarily known today for his concerti and other solo works for the fiddle. That he was also quite adept at writing for other instruments than his own is proved by this C-minor Clarinet Concerto, his first of four such works, and a composition high on wit and solid craftsmanship. <P>Includes a high-quality printed music score for B-flat clarinet and a digitally remastered compact disc containing a complete version with soloist, then a second recording of the orchestral accompaniment, minus the soloist; and a second compact disc featuring the complete version again, followed by a -20% slow-tempo accompaniment for practice purposes. <P>MMO CD 3203 <BR>Performed by Collete Galante, clarinet <BR>Accompaniment: Stuttgart Festival Orchestra <BR>Conductor: Emil Kahn

Nonet Op. 31 - Eulenburg (Schott)

Pietro Von Abano - Garland Pub

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