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Hermann Goetz

Hermann Goetz

Hermann Goetz


Hermann Gustav Goetz (born Königsberg, December 7, 1840, died Hottingen, December 3, 1876) was a German composer. After studying in Berlin, he moved to Switzerland in 1863. After ten years spent as a critic, pianist and conductor as well, he spent the last three years of his life composing. The conductor Felix Weingartner found it "incomprehensible that his delightful opera comique, "Der Widerspanstigen Zähmung," should have entirely disappeared from the repertoire." Read more on Last.fm
Hermann Gustav Goetz (born Königsberg, December 7, 1840, died Hottingen, December 3, 1876) was a German composer. After studying in Berlin, he moved to Switzerland in 1863. After ten years spent as a critic, pianist and conductor as well, he spent the last three years of his life composing. The conductor Felix Weingartner found it "incomprehensible that his delightful opera comique, "Der Widerspanstigen Zähmung," should have entirely disappeared from the repertoire." Goetz's compositions include a symphony, two piano concertos, a violin concerto in one movement, much piano music, a piano trio, piano quartet, piano quintet, and sonata for piano four-hands (two players). There are also two operas, Der Widerspänstigen Zähmung based on Shakespeare's The Taming of the Shrew and, much less successful, 3 acts opera Francesca da Rimini, to the libretto by composer and Joseph Victor Wildmann, based on Dante's Inferno (premiered at Mannheim, September 30, 1877). Read more on Last.fm.

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