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Carl Schröder (18 December 1848 — 22 September 1935)
＝ Alternative Names/Transliterations: Karl Schröder II, Carl Schroeder, Carl Adolf Heinrich Friedrich Schroeder
＝ Name in Other Languages: Carl Schroeder, Karl Schröder II, Karl Schröder, カール・シュレーダー, Карл Шрёдер
＝ Aliases: Carl Adolf Heinrich Friedrich Schroeder, Karl Schröeder, Karl Schroder II, Шрёдер Карл
＝ Authorities - WorldCat, Wikipedia, VIAF: 49488270, LCCN: n85077284, ISNI: 0000 0000 8381 1052, GND: 117072435, SUDOC: 100528708, BNF: 147962312, BIBSYS: 8061311, MusicBrainz: 181bb12c-46b3-4e86-9a2c-982911c28539, NLA: 35811584, NKC: ola2003199684, BNE: XX1444628
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- N.B. The composer’s father, Karl Schröder (I, 1817–1890) was a violinist who may also have prepared editorial editions. Some caution should be exercised if “Carl Schroeder/Schröder/Karl Schroder/...” is listed as the editor; there may be some reason to believe this is the father and not the son.
Pages in category "Schröder, Carl/Editor"
The following 16 pages are in this category, out of 16 total.
- Cello Concerto No.2, Op.3 (Romberg, Bernhard)
- Cello Concerto No.4, Op.7 (Romberg, Bernhard)
- Cello Concerto No.5, Op.30 (Romberg, Bernhard)
- Cello Concerto, Op.45 (Molique, Bernhard)
- 6 Cello Duos, W 4.37-42 (Viotti, Giovanni Battista)
- Cello Sonata in D minor (Galeotti, Stefano)
- Cello Sonata in F major (Berteau, Martin)
- Cello Sonata in F major (Grazioli, Giovan Battista)