Composers

Richard Eilenberg

Piano
Violin
Piano four hands
String ensemble
Orchestra
Piece
Dance
Marche
Character piece
Gavotte
Serenade
Waltz
Polka
Galop
Intermezzo
by popularity

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7 Pieces, Op.119

D

Dans la forge, Op.167Die erste Primel, Op.100Die Heinzelmännchen, Op.29Die Kaiserparade, Op.101Die Mühle im Schwarzwald, Op.52Die Völkerschlacht bei Leipzig, Op.201Die Wachtparade kommt, Op.78

E

Erste Herzklopfen, Op.50Es war einmal, Op.137

F

Five O'Clock Tea, Op.216Florellen, Op.63Frühlingsnahen, Op.35

G

Garde-Grenadier-Marsch, Op.146Graziosa, Op.67

H

Herzensdieb, Op.189

J

J'y Pense, Op.51

K

Kaiserjäger-Marsch, Op.114Knecht Ruprecht, Op.150

L

Le Réveil, Op.148Les Cosaques, Op.149

M

Marsch der Bersaglieri, Op.99Mondschein-Serenade, Op.190Musikalisches Bilderbuch, Op.210

P

Petersburger Schlittenfahrt, Op.57Piano Pieces, Op.46

Q

Quellengeister, Op.191

R

Rêve du bal, Op.155

S

Sag's noch einmal Valse, Op.179Schmeichelkätzchen, Op.25Sérénade mauresque, Op.163

U

Unter den Linden, Op.112

V

Verlornes Glück, Op.33

W

Wir spielen Soldat, Op.73
Wikipedia
Richard Eilenberg (13 January 1848, Merseburg – 5 December 1927, Berlin) was a German composer.
His musical career began with the study of piano and composition. At 18 years old, he composed his first work - a concert overture. As a volunteer he participated in the Franco-Prussian War from 1870 to 1871. In 1873, Eilenberg became the music director and conductor in Stettin. In 1889, he decided to move to Berlin as a freelance composer, where his second marriage with his wife Dorothee started. They lived on 73 Bremer Street.
Eilenberg composed marches and dances for orchestra, harmony and military music, and a ballet The Rose of Shiras, op. 134. He also composed the operettas Comteß Cliquot (1909), King Midas, Marietta, and The Great Prince. The most notable music that he composed were his marches, including The Coronation March (for Alexander III of Russia), and Janitscharen-Marsch, op. 295.
Some of his music pieces, attributable to the salon and its entertainment, were The Petersburg Sleigh Ride op. 52 and The Mill In The Black Forest, op. 57 (1885). Eilenberg completed 350 compositions throughout his life, including ten fantasies after melodies of great masters, like Ehrenkränze der Tonkunst, op. 268-277 and the suite Durch Feld und Wald, op. 119.
His grave is located on the South-West Cemetery of the Berlin Ecclesiastical Assembly in Potsdam.