German musical theorist, wasEnd of Article: ERNST FRIEDRICH EDUARD RICHTER (1808–1879)
See also:born at Grosschonau in Saxony, on the 24th of
See also:October 18o8 . He first studied
See also:music at
See also:Zittau, and afterwards at
See also:Leipzig, where he attained so high a reputation that in 1843 he was appointed
See also:professor of harmony and
See also:counter-point at the conservatorium of music, then newly founded by Mendelssohn . On the
See also:death of Hauptmann on the 3rd of
See also:January r868, he was elected cantor of the Thomasschule, which
See also:office he retained until his death on the 9th of
See also:April 1899 . He is best known by three theoretical works—Lehrbuch der Harmonie, Lehre vom Contrapunct and Lehre von der Fugevaluable textbooks known to
See also:English students through the excellent
See also:translation by
See also:Taylor .
ADRIAN LUDWIG RICHTER (1803-1884)
EUGEN RICHTER (1839–1906)
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