Carl Reinecke

German composer, conductor, pianist and teacher Carl Reinecke was born at Altona on 23 June 1824 and died in Leipzig on 10 March 1910. A member of the Mendelssohn-Schumann circle, Reinecke conducted the Leipzig Gewandhaus concerts for 35 years. His pupils included Grieg and Sullivan.

A selection of articles about Carl Reinecke

CD Spotlight. Persuasive Fluency - Music for flute, played by Samantha Chang, heard by the late Howard Smith. '... captivating performances ...'

A Standard-Bearer - Nicholas McCarthy plays Reinecke's Sonata for the left hand, reviewed by Mike Wheeler

Ensemble. Rare Provenance - Kristallnacht remembered, by Howard Smith

 

 

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