Karl Klindworth

Composer

1830 – 1916

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Who was Karl Klindworth?

Karl Klindworth was a German composer, pianist, conductor, violinist and music publisher. He was one of Franz Liszt's pupils and later one of his closest disciples and friends, being also on friendly terms with composer Richard Wagner, of whom he was an admirer. He was highly praised by fellow musicians, including Wagner himself and Edward Dannreuther. Among his pupils were Hans von B├╝low, Georgy Catoire, Ethelbert Nevin and William Mason.

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Born
Sep 25, 1830
Hanover
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Nationality
  • Germany
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  • Moscow Conservatory
    (1868 - 1881)
Died
Jul 27, 1916
Stolpe

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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