Schwabach, Bayern, Germany (1814 – 1889)
Adolf von Henselt (May 12, 1814 - October 10, 1889), German composer and pianist, was born at Schwabach, in Bavaria.
At the age of three he began to learn the violin, and at five the piano under Frau von Fladt. On obtaining financial help from King Ludwig I of Bavaria he went to study under Hummel in Weimar for some months, and thence in 1832 to Vienna, where, besides studying composition under Simon Sechter (the later teacher of Anton Bruckner), he… read more
|1||Waltz (arr. A. von Henselt for piano)||
|2||Études de salon, Op.5 - Suite I No.V in F sharp minor 'Verlorene Heimat', Con moto appassionato e dolorosa||
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