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Violin - difficult
Violin Solo. Composed by Heinrich Wilhelm Ernst and August Wilhelmj. Sheet music. Edition Schott. Classical. Schott Music #ED 12811. Published by Schott Music (HL.49030502).
Violin and piano - Digital Download
Composed by Heinrich Wilhelm Ernst. Copyright Schott Music GmbH & Co. KG, Mainz. Published by Schott Music (S9.Q12413).
Le rois des aulnes. Composed by Heinrich Wilhelm Ernst. String music. Published by Noten Roehr (NR.83521).
Strings - 6
On the themes from the opera Otello by Gioacchino Rossini. Composed by Heinrich wilhelm Ernst. Arranged by Valta. Duration 12'00. Editions Marc Reift #33997. Published by Editions Marc Reift (MA.EMR-33997).
Violin and piano
Composed by Heinrich Wilhelm Ernst. Classical. Score. Editions Combre #EG07539. Published by Editions Combre (LM.EG07539).
Violin with piano accompaniment
Composed by Heinrich Wilhelm Ernst. String music. Score and part. Published by Noten Roehr (NR.57765).
Grand Caprices for Schubert’s "Der Erlkönig" for violin solo.
The violinist and composer Heinrich Wilhelm Ernst was born in Brno in 1814 and after early study and appearances in his native city entered the Vienna Conservatory in 1825 as a pupil of Joseph Böhm, whose pupils were to include Joseph Joachim and Brahms’s early collaborator, Ede Reményi.
He took composition lessons with Ignaz von Seyfried, who had been a piano pupil of Mozart and a composition pupil of Albrechtsberger and Winter. In 1828 he heard Paganini in Vienna and soon abandoned his studies, after disciplinary action against him for unauthorised absence. Setting out on a concert tour, he made his way to Paris, where he was able to hear more of Paganini, whose unpublished compositions he played by ear, in 1837 anticipating Paganini’s arrival in Marseille by giving his own concert there.
He visited London in 1843 and settled there in the 1850s. He continued to appear throughout Europe until about 1857, when he turned his attention rather to chamber music, collaborating from 1859 with Joachim, Wienawski and Piatti in the Beethoven Quartet Society. In 1864 he retired to Nice, to find some relief from gout, and died there the following year.
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