Friedrich Grützmacher

Friedrich Grützmacher Sheet Music

  • Born
    1st March 1832
  • Died
    23rd February 1903
  • Birthplace
    Dessau, Anhalt, Germany

Friedrich Wilhelm Grützmacher was a noted German cellist in the second half of the 19th century. He composed mostly for cello (including several concertos and many technical studies), but also wrote orchestral pieces, chamber music, piano music and songs. Grützmacher is most famous today for taking samples of four different works to form his edition of Luigi Boccherini'sConcerto in B-flat, still being published and performed. He is also known for rearranging J.S. Bach's Cello Suites with additional chords, passages and embellishments. His cadenzas for the cello concertos by Boccherini and Joseph Haydnare often performed to this day. He made frequent tours throughout Europe and Russia as a solo cellist and chamber musician.

Title Form Instrument
Weihegesang, Op.65 Anthem Chamber group
Cello Concerto No.3, Op.46 Concerto Solo Instrument(s) and Orchestra
3 Duos for 2 Cellos, Op.22 Duet Chamber group
24 Etudes, Op.38 for Cello Etude Cello
Daily Exercises for the Cello, Op.67 Etude Cello
Elite-Etüden Etude Cello
Fantaisie hongroise, Op.7 Fantasy Solo Instrument(s) and Orchestra
3 Grandes marches, Op.39 March Piano
2 Pièces de concert, Op.32 Piano piece Solo Instrument and Piano
5 Pieces, Op.4 Piano piece Solo Instrument and Piano
10 Morceaux en Style National, Op.9 Piano piece Solo Instrument and Piano
Albumblatt, Op.66 Piano piece Piano
Erinnerung an Leipzig, Op.13 Piano piece Solo Instrument and Piano
String Quartet, Op.15 Quartet String Quartet
3 Romanzen, Op.19 Romance Solo Instrument(s) and Orchestra
Im Frühling, Op.30 Romance Solo Instrument and Piano
Piano Trio, Op.6 Trio Chamber group