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Robert Fuchs

Austrian composer Robert Fuchs (1847-1927). That his compositions did not become better known was largely due to the fact that he did little to promote them, living a quiet life in Vienna and refusing to arrange concerts, even when the opportunity arose, in other cities. He certainly had his admirers, among them Brahms, who almost never praised the works of other composers. But with regard to Fuchs, Brahms wrote, “Fuchs is a splendid musician, everything is so fine and so skillful, so charmingly invented, that one is always pleased.” Rarely, if ever, did another composer receive this kind of an accolade from Brahms. Famous contemporary conductors, including Arthur Nikisch, Felix Weingartner and Hans Richter, championed his works when they had the opportunity but with few exceptions, it was his chamber music which was considered his finest work.

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String Serenades, Vol. 3: Herbert, Elgar, Fuchs & Schubert
Romantic Music for Viola & Piano
Cello Jewels
Brahms / Reinecke / Herzogenberg / Kiel / Fuchs / Sitt: Viola Works
Fuchs: 5 Serenades: No. 3 - Frackenpohl: Tuba Concertino - Tchaikovsky: Serenade in C major
Brahms and his Contemporaries Vol. I
ECHO Classical Award 2008.
Fuchs: Piano Sonata Op. 108 / Jugendklange / 12 Waltzes
Fuchs: Sonatas for Cello and Piano
Fuchs: Piano Sonatas Op. 19 and Op. 88
Lachner: Septet / Fuchs: Clarinet Quintet, Op. 102
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