Hermann Berens

born in 1826 in Hamburg, Germany

died on 9/5/1880 in Stockholm, Stockholms län, Sweden

Hermann Berens

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Hermann Berens (7 April 1826, Hamburg 9 May 1880, Stockholm) was a German Romantic composer famous mainly for his piano music, some of which is included in the Royal Conservatory of Music's Syllabus.

He was the son of a flute player from Germany. One of his popular pieces is Study in A minor, Op. 61, No. 32.

In 2006, the Trio ZilliacusPerssonRaitinen recorded Berens's three string trios, Op. 85, and the recording was released by the Intim Musik label (a Swedish company) in 2007. The booklet enclosed with the recording includes a detailed biographical note on the composer.

External links

  • Free scores by Hermann Berens in the International Music Score Library Project
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