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Georg Goltermann

Georg Goltermann

Georg Goltermann


Georg Goltermann (19 August 1824, Hannover – 29 December 1898, Frankfurt am Main) was a German cellist and composer. Goltermann's father was an organist, and therefore he got an early introduction to music. He received cello lessons from Joseph Menter and in München and was noted there for his compositional talents. In 1852, after briefly touring Europe as a solo cellist, he became music director in Würzburg. In 1853 he accepted an offer to become deputy music director of the municipal theater Stadttheater in Frankfurt am Main Read more on Last.fm
Georg Goltermann (19 August 1824, Hannover – 29 December 1898, Frankfurt am Main) was a German cellist and composer. Goltermann's father was an organist, and therefore he got an early introduction to music. He received cello lessons from Joseph Menter and in München and was noted there for his compositional talents. In 1852, after briefly touring Europe as a solo cellist, he became music director in Würzburg. In 1853 he accepted an offer to become deputy music director of the municipal theater Stadttheater in Frankfurt am Main, where he was promoted to Kapellmeister (Main Director) in 1874. Goltermann wrote five cello concertos, the most famous of which is the fourth concerto. This concerto is considered the "student's concerto" because it is the easiest of his five concerti, and it is studied fairly widely.

His music is rarely if ever performed in professional concerts and is deemed to lack the musicality of true concertos. Instead his concertos are studied by students to learn technique and get a basic understanding of the concerto. Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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