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Bad Laasphe, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany (1821 – 1885)
Friedrich Kiel (Bad Laasphe, Puderbach, 8 October 1821 – 14 September 1885, Berlin) was a German composer and music teacher.
Writing of the chamber music of Friedrich Kiel, the famous scholar and critic Wilhelm Altmann notes that it was Kiel’s extreme modesty which kept him and his exceptional works from receiving the consideration they deserved. After mentioning Brahms and others, Altmann writes, “He produced a number of chamber works, which . . . need fear no comparison.”
Kiel was taught the rudiments of… read more
|1||3 Pieces for cello & piano, Op. 12: I. Allegretto [Hans Zentgraf cello, Christoph Ullrich piano]||
|2||3 Pieces for cello & piano, Op. 12: II Allegretto scherzando [Hans Zentgraf cello, Christoph Ullrich piano]||
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