Composers

Joseph Kreutzer

Guitar
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Trio No.3 for Flute, Violin and GuitarTrio No.4 for Flute, Violin and Guitar6 Variations on a theme by Mozart for Guitar, Op.73 Rondos for Guitar, Op.23Variations on God Save the King, Op.12Grand trio pour la Guitare, Flûte et Clarinette ou Alto6 Variations brillantes pour la Guitarre Seule sur un Air Tirolien, Op.158 Variations pour la Guitarre sur un air favorit tirolien, Op.1410 Variations pour la Guitarre sur un Air Allemand 'Mein Schatz ist ein Reiter'6 Variations pour la Guitarre Seule, Op.116 Variations pour Guitare sur le Thême de l'Opéra 'Le Sacrifice Interrompu'Variations on 'God Save the King'2 Violin Duos, Op.223 String Quartets, Op.206 Variations on a Theme from Weber's 'Die Freischütz', Op.6Flute Quartet No.1 in D majorFlute Quartet No.2 in E minorFlute Quartet No.3 in G majorFlute Quintet No.2 in C majorQuatuor brillant in A major
Wikipedia
Joseph Kreutzer (11 November 1790 – 16 June 1840) was a German composer, conductor, guitarist, and violinist. Kreutzer was born in Aachen, the son of a local music teacher. He lived in Düsseldorf from about 1805, where he established himself among the leading musicians of the city. He is known to have been a violin teacher to Norbert Burgmüller and probably concert master at the local theatre for a time. He died in Düsseldorf.
His compositions consisted mostly of chamber music and instructive pieces for bowed strings and guitar. It is for his charming though conservative guitar works that he is still being performed and recorded today.