A ‘violin school’: Die Kunst des Violinspiels, 1887
German violinist and composer. He was the son of Karl Schröder, who also was
his teacher. He also studied with A. Ritters in Magdeburg. In 1873 he founded
an Institute of Music in Berlin. In 1885 he became a violin teacher at the
Königliges Institut für Kirchenmusik (Royal Institue for Church Music).
Hugo Riemann, Musik-Lexikon, 9th ed., Max Hellers Verlag, Berlin, 1919.
Th. Willemze, Componistenlexicon, Het Spectrum, Utrecht 1981.