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Carl Gottlieb Reissiger

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Piano Trio No.1, Op.25Piano Trio No.7, Op.85Piano Trio No.6, Op.77Piano Trio, Op.164Piano Trio, Op.175Piano Trio No.11, Op.125Piano Trio, Op.181Piano Trio No.23, Op.213Piano Trio, Op.186Piano Trio No.4, Op.56Piano Trio No.19, Op.192Piano Trio No.20, Op.196Piano Trio No.18, Op.188Piano Trio No.17, Op.183Violin Sonata, Op.178Violin Sonata, Op.1904 Morceaux caractéristiques, Op.184Piano Quartet No.2, Op.70Piano Quartet No.3, Op.108Piano Quartet No.4, Op.138Piano Quartet No.5, Op.141Piano Quartet, Op.29Piano Quintet No.2, Op.191Piano Quintet No.3, Op.209Piano Trio No.10, Op.115Piano Trio No.12, Op.137Piano Trio No.13, Op.150Piano Trio No.14, Op.158Piano Trio No.15, Op.167Piano Trio No.16, Op.170Piano Trio No.2, Op.33Piano Trio No.22, Op.205Piano Trio No.3, Op.40Piano Trio No.5, Op.75Piano Trio No.8, Op.97Piano Trio No.9, Op.103String Quartet, Op.111 No.1String Quartet, Op.111 No.2String Quartet, Op.111 No.3String Quartet, Op.179String Quartet, Op.211 No.1String Quartet, Op.211 No.2String Quintet No.1, Op.90Variations on a Rossini themeViolin Sonata, Op.102

Arrangements for: Violin

Die Felsenmühle von Estalières, Op.71

Parts for: Violin

Piano Quartet No.2, Op.70Piano Quartet No.3, Op.108Piano Quartet No.4, Op.138Piano Quartet No.5, Op.141Piano Quartet, Op.29Piano Quintet No.3, Op.209Piano Trio No.2, Op.33Piano Trio No.3, Op.40Piano Trio No.5, Op.75String Quartet, Op.111 No.1String Quartet, Op.111 No.2String Quartet, Op.111 No.3String Quintet No.1, Op.90Symphony No.1, Op.120
Wikipedia
Carl Gottlieb Reißiger (also Karl Reissiger, Carl Reissiger, Karl Reißiger) (31 January 1798, Belzig – 7 November 1859, Dresden) was a German Kapellmeister and composer.
Reißiger attended the Thomasschule zu Leipzig and was the pupil of Johann Gottfried Schicht and Peter von Winter. In 1821, he followed the example of the young Beethoven and went to Vienna to study with Antonio Salieri and also studied theology at the University of Leipzig. Reißiger continued his musical studies in France and Italy in 1824, under the sponsorship of the Prussian Ministry of Cultural Affairs. After working for two years as the musical director of the Dresden Opera, he succeeded Carl Maria von Weber as the Kapellmeister of the Dresden Court in 1828, and would hold this office until his death in 1859. A famous piece known as Weber's Last Waltz was actually written by Reißiger (one of his opus 26 Danses brillantes) and is mentioned in Edgar Allan Poe's The Fall of the House of Usher (1839) as one of Roderick Usher's favorite pieces of music; it is also the title of a 1912 film.
Reißiger left behind an extensive oeuvre that was distinguished above all by his vocal music, which included nine operas, one oratorio, nine Latin masses and another four in German, as well as sixty lieder. Besides his own works, he also won fame for conducting the premiere of Wagner's opera Rienzi in 1842. Reißiger's most successful compositions were the operas Didone, Der Ahnenschatz, Libella, Die Felsenmühle, and Adèle de Foix, and the melodrama Yelva. His great masses, composed for Catholic services at Court, carry rich melodies and warm feeling. The same can be said of his hymns, motets, and lieder, which have been included in many collections, as well as of his oratorio David.
In addition, Reißiger wrote and published various forms of orchestral and chamber music. While these works revealed his skill and inventiveness, they fell out of taste after his death. One of his leading pupils was Hermann Berens.
He was a good friend of Joachim Raff during the latter's years in Dresden.