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Louis Ferdinand de Prusse
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Sheet music for Louis Ferdinand de Prusse
violin & piano — score and part —
Composed by Max Reger (1873-1916) and Max Reger (1873-1916). Edited by Theodore Prusse and Theodore Prusse. This edition: pamphlet. Score and part. Published by Library Commerce (LC.39087008524839).
2 pianos, 4 hands — —
Composed by Max Reger (1873-1916) and Max Reger (1873-1916). Arranged by Theodor Prusse and Theodor Prusse. This edition: spiral bound. Published by Library Commerce (LC.39087011965896).
— listening compact disc —
By Louis Halsey Singers; Louis Halsey;. By Johann Sebastian Bach (1685-1750). Listening compact disc. Published by Decca (NX.LON433728).
piano quartet — score —
Composed by Louis Ferdinand von Preussen. Edited by Stephen Begley. This edition: softcover. Bisel Classics. Score. With Text Language: English / German. Opus 4. Published by Bisel Classics (BI.979-0-50179-009-8).
Romantic Repertoire for the Primer Level (volume 2) — Louis Kohler, Cornelius Gurlitt, Guillaume Fremolle, Benjamin Carr, Ferdinand Beyer
Easy Piano — — Romantic Period,Method
Composed by Louis Kohler, Cornelius Gurlitt, Guillaume Fremolle, Benjamin Carr, Ferdinand Beyer. Arranged by Tabitha Kierszka. Romantic Period, Method. 21 pages. Published by Tabitha Slemmer (S0.368889).
— CD (2 discs) — Classical
By Marie-Eve Munger, Marie Lenormand, Jeanne Crousaud, Michael Spyres, Eric Huchet, Christian Helmer, Coro e Orquestra Gulbenkian, and Paul McChreesh. By Louis-Ferdinand Herold. Country of Origin: Spain. Classical. CD (2 discs). Published by Naxos (NX.ES1025).
piano quartet — score —
Composed by Louis Ferdinand von Preussen. Edited by Stephen Begley. This edition: softcover. Bisel Classics. Score. With Text Language: English / German. Opus 4. 48 pages. Published by Bisel Classics - Digital (BQ.979-0-50179-009-8).
mixed octet — score and parts — Classical period
Composed by Prinz Louis Ferdinand. Edited by Diet Klocker and Werner Genuit. Classical period. Score and parts. Breitkopf and Haertel #MR-1230. Published by Breitkopf and Haertel (BR.MR-1230).
— — Classical
By Georg Corall, les hautboistes de prusse, Nikolaus M Broda, and Stephan Katte. By Georg Philipp Telemann (1681-1767). Classical. Naxos #TAL90012. Published by Naxos (NX.TAL90012).
string quartet — set of parts —
Composed by Max Reger (1873-1916). Edited by Theodore Prusse. This edition: pamphlet. Set of parts. Published by Library Commerce (LC.39087009056963).
- Op. 1: Piano Quintet in C minor
- Op. 2: Piano Trio in A flat major
- Op. 3: Piano Trio in E flat major
- Op. 4: Andante for piano quartet in B flat major
- Op. 5: Piano Quartet in E flat major
- Op. 6: Piano Quartet in F minor
- Op. 7: Fugue for piano in G minor
- Op. 8: Notturno in F major
- Op. 9: Rondo for piano & orchestra in B flat major
- Op. 10: Grosses Trio in E flat major
- Op. 11: Larghetto for piano quintet in G major
- Op. 12: Octet in F major
- Op. 13: Rondo for piano & orchestra in E flat major
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Louis Ferdinand Prince of Prussia was born on November 18, 1772 in Friedrichsfelde near Berlin. He was the fifth child of Prince August Ferdinand, the youngest brother of Friedrich the Great, who especially love his nephew for his wit and liveliness. He studied with Jan Ladislav Dusík. Louis Ferdinand was an excellent pianist and composer pioneered the way from the Classical to the Romantic style indeed more distinctly than his contemporaries. Beethoven dedicated him his Third Piano Concerto in recognition of the later´s talents as pianist and composer. Louis Ferdinand had more ample oportunity to devote his attention to musical life when his family moved to the Bellevue Castle in Merlin. He very likely was present at Court when Mozart came to visit in 1789. This year, Louis Ferdinand joined the military service, taking part in the hostilities against Austria (1789-1790) and the preparation for the Russian war in 1791. Too, he participated in the campaign against France in 1792. In 1806, the Prussian began to mobilize against France and Napoleon encountered the Prussians at Saalfeld. On october 13, Prince Louis Ferdinand died at the age of only 34 on the battlefield in combat against Napoleon. He was killed in the advance guard by a French soldier.