'Frühlingsblüthen'. Piano music by Johann Carl Eschmann (1826 - 1882). Jeremy Filsell, piano.

Frühlingsblüthen (CD Guild) swissmusic

The Swiss composer, pianist and pedagogue Johann Carl Eschmann is a little-known figure in the 19th-century German music, but he is by no means an insignificant one, for he was one of the few musicians friendly with both Wagner and Brahms, and was admired by both of them.

This content was published on June 15, 2005
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