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Carl Heinrich Carsten Reinecke
1824 - 1910
Germany
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C.H.C. Reinecke
Carl Reinecke (23/06/1824 - 10/03/1910), a German composer, pianist and conductor, Altona (Hamburg). Reinecke is best known for his flute sonata "Undine", but he is well remembered as one of the most influential and versatile musicians of his time. For 35 years, until 1902, he served as a teacher. His students included Edvard Grieg, Christian Sinding, Leos Janácek, Isaac Albéniz, Johann Svendsen, Felix Weingartner, among many others. After his retirement he devoted his time to composition.
In memoriam
Period:Romanticism
Composed in:1873
Important requiem composers in the 19th century include Aiblinger, Andrevi y Castellar, Bochsa, Van Bree, Canetti, Catelani, Coccia, Fétis, Goss, Gounod, Habert, Mabellini, Meyerbeer, Neukomm, Pacini, Reinecke, Reissinger and Rheinberger.
Author:James W. Pruett
Source:The new Grove dictionary of music and musicians
Reinecke didn't write a piece called "Requiem". James Pruett (see above), probably means In memoriam in D flat opus 128, written in 1873.