Louis Victor (Franz) Saar was a Dutch-born American pianist, teacher, and composer. He attended high school and university in Strassburg, graduating with a degree in history and literature in 1885. From 1886 to 1889 he studied piano and composition at the Royal Academy of Music in Munich, where his principal teachers were Josef Rheinberger and Bussmeyer. He continued his studies in Vienna, Leipzig, and Berlin, including one winter with Johannes Brahms.
|Piano Quartet, Op. 39||Quartet||Chamber group|
|A Song of Consolation, Op. 71||Song||Choir and Orchestra|
|Mon petit cœur soupire||Song||Voice(s) and Instruments|
|2 Norwegian Lovesongs, Op. 65||Song Cycle||Voice(s) and Piano|