Charles Loeffler

Charles Loeffler (1861-1935)

Charles [Karl] Martin Loeffler
Nationality: German | American
Born: January 30, 1861, Schöneberg Died: May 19, 1935, Medfield, MA (age 74)
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Date Age Duration Work
1917-1919 55-58 27:00
1901 39-40 21:00
1894 32-33
1889 27-28 26:00
1900 38-39
Le passeur d'eau for String Sextet
c. 1891 29-30
String Sextet
1922 60-61
Historiettes (for 2 violins, viola, cello and harp)
c. 1896 34-35
Octet (for 2 clarinets, harp, 2 violins, viola, cello and bass)
1902 40-41
Ballade carnavalesque (for flute, oboe, alto sax, bassoon and piano)

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