August Klughardt


Born: November 30, 1847   Died: August 3, 1902   Country: Germany   Period: Romantic
[August] Klughardt formed a friendship with Liszt in 1869 while Klughardt was the director of the court musicians at Weimar. In 1873, at the performance of Liszt's "Christus" he met Wagner who influenced a great deal of his music. Klughardt had studied at Cothen, Dessau and Dresden and held theatre positions in Posen, Neustrelitz and Lubeck before meeting Liszt. The compositional forte of Klughardt was the operatic form including Read more "Mirjam," "Iwein," and "Die Hochzeit des Monches." The music of Klughardt demonstrates characteristic influences of Wagner and the new German School with apparent classical leanings. Instrumentally Klughadrt also had some achievement with cello and violin concertos. Read less

Work: Quintet for Piano and Strings in G minor, Op. 43

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