Ferdinand (von) Hiller (24 October 1811 – 11 May 1885) was a German composer, conductor, writer and music-director.
Ferdinand Hiller was born to a wealthy Jewish family in Frankfurt am Main, where his father Justus (originally Isaac Hildesheim) was a merchant in English textiles – a business eventually continued by Ferdinand’s brother Joseph. Hiller’s talent was discovered early and he was taught by the leading Frankfurt musician Alois Schmitt; at 10 he performed a Mozart concerto in public.
In 1822… read more
|1||"Zur Guitarre" Impromptu E-Dur Op.97||50 listeners|
|2||Alla Polacca gis-moll Op.144 Nr.2||43 listeners|
|3||Alla polacca gis-moll op. 144 Nr. 2||36 listeners|
|4||Caprice in C sharp minor, Op. 4, No. 2||24 listeners|
|5||I. Andante agitato||18 listeners|
|6||No. 3. Geistliches Lied||14 listeners|
|7||III. Allegro energico e con fuoco||13 listeners|
|8||No. 5. Ghasel||13 listeners|
|9||No. 1. Ballade||11 listeners|
|10||I. Allegretto grazioso||10 listeners|
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