|Albert Loeschhorn. Progressive Etudes for Piano, op. 67.|
|Elibron Classics, 2001, 63 pages|
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|Albert Loeschhorn (1819 - 1905), list of works|
|At one time a student of Ludwig Berger, Carl Albert Loeschhorn did not become established as a performer until he teamed up with the Stahlknecht brothers. With Loeschhorn on piano, the trio became celebrated for their superb chamber-music performances. Soon after, Loeschhorn began to publish his own compositions - some of them written for the ensemble, but most simply for the sake of it. His few pedagogical works remain popular.|
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