Julius Weismann

Julius Weismann (1879-1950)

Nationality: German
Born: December 26, 1879, Freiburg Died: December 22, 1950, Singen am Hohentweil, Lake Constance (age 71)
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Date Age Duration Work
1940 60-61 29:00
1913 33-34
1921 41-42
1943-1945 63-66 22:00
1909 29-30
1917 37-38
pub. 1913 33-34
1905 25-26
pub. 1950 70-71
1902 22-23
Piano Quartet, Op. 8
1908-1909 28-30
Piano Trio No. 1, Op. 26
1910-1911 30-32
Divertimento, Op. 38 (for flute, bassoon, horn and piano)
1913 33-34
Triolett for Piano Trio, Op. 49
1916 36-37
Piano Trio No. 2 in e minor, Op. 61
1922 42-43
Kammermusik, Op. 86 (for flute, viola and piano)
1936 56-57
Variations, Op. 120 (for 4 horns)
1942 62-63
Trio, Op. 139 (for flute, horn and bassoon)
1907 27-28
String Quartet in c minor, Op. 24
1910 30-31
String Quartet in d minor, Op. 42
1914 34-35
String Quartet in E-flat major, Op. 66

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