Oskar Böhme was a German composer and trumpeter. Oskar Böhme, a son of Wilhelm Böhme, also a trumpeter, was born in Potschappel, a small town near Dresden, Germany, which is now part of Freital. For much of his early career, after studying trumpet and composition in the Leipzig Conservatory of Music until graduating in 1885, it is unknown what Böhme's musical activities were, though it is probable he concertized, playing in smaller orchestras around Germany.
|Trumpet Concerto, Op.18||Concerto||Solo Instrument(s) and Orchestra|
|Preludes and Fugues, Op.28||Prelude (or other movement) and Fugue||Chamber group|
|Trompeten-Sextett, Op.30||Sextet||Wind Ensemble|
|Liebeslied, Op.22 No.2||Symphonic Pieces||Orchestra|