Theodor Bubeck

Theodor Bubeck

  • Born
    1866
  • Died
    1910
  • Birthplace
    Leinfelden, Germany
Theodor Bubeck was a Composer of piano music, and symphonic music. Son of the teacher and first conductor of the Echterdinger Liederkranz (founded., 1872) Christoph Friedrich Bubeck. Brother of Gotthold Bubeck. 1882 Teachers Seminar. Training at the conservatory in Stuttgart 1894 studies at the Conservatory in Moscow, among others he was pupil of Beting and Taneyev. 1895 final exam. Bubeck plays Bach Prelude and Fugue in A minor, the Wagner processing "Funeral March" by Gustav Eduard Stehle and Mendelssohn's B flat major Sonata. 1905 lecturer in organ and composition at the Moscow Conservatory. 1905 trip to Paris, where lessons from Ch. M. Widor. The compositions op. 14 "Meditation" and Op. 21 "Fantasy and Fugue" (Dedicated to Ch. M. Widor) created in Paris. Bubeck we appointed organist of the Reformed Church in Moscow. He also served as music critic of the Moscow German newspaper. 1908 The symphonic poem "Sister Beatrisa" for organ and orchestra arises. 1909 promotion to professor. 1910 Unexpectedly passed away on January 12 in Moscow.

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