Hans von Bülow

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Hans Guido von Bülow was one of the inventors of the archetype of the star conductor; he was probably the first to become a star musician interpreting the orchestral music of others. He had early piano…
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Composition Highlights

Title Year Avg. Duration Genre
Poems (5) by Richard Pohl, for choir Choral
Paraphrase for piano of the quintet from Act III of Wagner's Meistersinger Keyboard
Valses caractéristique (3) for piano, Op.18 Keyboard
Carnevale di Milano, dances & intermezzi for piano, Op. 21 1871 Keyboard
Reverie Fantastique for piano, Op.7 1852 Keyboard
Elfenjagd, impromptu for piano, Op. 14 1860 Keyboard
Ballade for piano, Op. 11 1854 Keyboard
Des Sängers Fluch, Op. 16 Orchestral
Chant Polonais (alla Mazurka), for piano, Op. 12 Keyboard
Lieder (5), for voice & piano, Op. 5 1857 Vocal Music
La certa, impromptu for piano, Op. 27 1879 Keyboard
Lieder (3), for voice & piano, Op. 30 1884 Vocal Music
Arabesques sur un theme de l'opera Rigoletto, Op. 2 Keyboard
Mazurka Fantaisie Miscellaneous (Classical)
Tarantella for piano, Op 19 Keyboard
Tanzweisen, piano transcription of themes from Gluck's Iphigenie in Aulis Keyboard
Marche héroïque, for piano, Op. 3 1853 Keyboard
Königsmarsch, for piano, Op. 28 1880 Keyboard
Invitation à la Polka, for piano, Op. 6 1855 Keyboard
Nirwana, for orchestral fantasy, Op. 20 1866 Orchestral
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