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Carl Albert Löschhorn

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10 Kinderstücke zu 4 Händen, Op.18218 Etüden in fortschreitender Ordnung, Op.672 Instructive Sonatinas, Op.18021 Études mélodiques, Op.1933 Instructive Sonaten, Op.10130 Melodische Etüden, Op.3830 Melodische Etüden, Op.5233 Etudes progressives et doigtées, Op.666 Amusemens élégans, Op.37


Album für die Jugend, Op.80Aus der Kinderwelt, Op.100


Children's Studies, Op.181


Fleurs du sud, Op.108


La belle amazone, Op.25Loeschhorn-Album


Polonaise brillante, Op.78


Rhythmische Probleme, Op.197Romance, Op.16


Schule der Geläufigkeit, Op.136Studies for the Piano, Op.65


TarantelleTonbilder, Op.51


Universal-Etüden für die Mittelstufe, Opp.169-171
Carl Albert Löschhorn (27 June 1819 in Berlin – 4 June 1905) was a German composer, pianist and piano pedagogue. He taught in Berlin. Some of his piano studies are still popular today, including Op.65/66/67 of which the Étude op. 66 no.22 is best known.
Löschhorn took piano lessons with Ludwig Berger from 1837 and studied composition at the Royal Music Institute of Berlin after Berger's death (1839) with August Wilhelm Bach and Eduard Grell and piano with Berger's pupil Rudolph Killitschgy. After Killitschgy's death (1851), he took over his post as the first piano teacher at the institute. In 1858 he was appointed professor. He was a member of the Potsdam masonic lodge Teutonia zur Weisheit.
Löschhorn died in 1905 at the age of 85 in Berlin and was buried at the Alter Zwölf-Apostel-Kirchhof [de] in Schöneberg near Berlin. The grave is not preserved.