Louis Benedictus Sheet Music

  • Born
    13th December 1850
  • Died
    1921
  • Birthplace
    Vienna, Austria

Louis (Ludwig) Benedictus was a pianist, son of Dutch jewish parents, his father being a diamond merchant, studied with Franz Liszt in Austria, Henry Litolff and Alexis Chauvet in France, 1882 organized six Wagner sessions with great appreciation at Salle Nadar in Paris, 1889 and 1900 contributed 'Musiques bizarres' to the Paris Expositions universelles of 1890 and 1900, he was named 'liege-man' (associated) to Judith Gautier.

Title Form Instrument
Les chants de Madagascar Song Cycle Voice(s) and Piano
Les musiques bizarres à l'exposition Song Cycle Voice(s) and Piano
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Instruments Voice(s) and Piano
Forms Song Cycle