Eduard Rohde
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Eduard Rohde

Eduard Rohde (25 September 1828 - 25 March 1883) was a German composer and organist. Born in Halle, Germany in 1828, he was a pupil of August Gottfried Ritter, and later a choirmaster at the St. Georgenkirche and singing teacher at the Sophien-Gymnasium in Berlin. Rohde was also a royal music director. Eduard Rohde had a son named Eduard Rohde Jr. (2 May 1856 - 1931), also a composer, and died in Berlin in 1883. He wrote piano pieces, motets, part-songs, a sonata, instrumental and vocal works, as well as an elementary textbook for piano. His pupils include Arthur H. Bird.[1][2]

Works

o Dance of the Dragonflies

o Marionettes

o Album Leaf

o Butterfly Op. 36, No. 8

o 6 Tonbuilder, Op. 50

o Fliegende Blätter, Op. 36

o Fugue in E minor

o Élégie in G minor

o Triolett, Op. 32

o Elfenreigen, Op. 111

o Volks-Lieder, Op. 137

o Zwiegesang, Op. 146, No. 2

o Sommerabend (op. 50)

o Der Blumen Rache (op. 141)

o Schildehorn (op. 128)

o V. sonata (op. 170)

References

  1. ^ "Biographical Dictionary of the Organ - Rohde, Eduard".
  2. ^ "Baker's Biographical Dictionsry of Music and Musicians - p. 777-778".
  1. https://www.organ-biography.info/index.php?id=Rohde_E_1828

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