Robert Fuchs (15 February 1847 – 19 February 1927) was an Austrian composer and music teacher. He was born in Frauental, Styria, Austria, and studied at the Vienna Conservatory with Felix Otto Dessoff and Josef Hellmesberger. He taught at the Conservatory from 1875 to 1912, and his students included composers such as Arnold Schoenberg, Erich Korngold, and Paul Hindemith.
Fuchs was a prolific composer, and his output includes over 200 works, including symphonies, concertos, chamber music, choral music, and songs. His music is characterized by its lyricism, its beauty, and its use of counterpoint. He was a master of melody and harmony, and his orchestration is often described as being "transparent."
Fuchs's music is still performed and enjoyed by audiences around the world. He is considered one of the most important composers of the late Romantic era.
Fuchs Robert (1847-1927)
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