Georg Goltermann

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Georg Eduard Goltermann (19 August 1824 – 29 December 1898) was a German cellist, composer and conductor.

Goltermann was born in Hannover. His father was an organist, and therefore he got an early introduction to music. He received cello lessons from Joseph Menter [de] in Munich, the most important Bavarian cello virtuoso of his time. He took composition lessons from Ignaz Lachner. He also learned to conduct.

In 1852, after briefly touring Europe as a solo cellist, he became music director in Würzburg. In 1853 he accepted an offer to become deputy music director of the municipal theater Stadttheater in Frankfurt am Main, where he was promoted to Kapellmeister (principal music director) in 1874. He died in Frankfurt am Main.
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ETC 4110, 4110 etc Ave Maria - Rêverie - Largo - Cantilène — Georg Goltermann Gounod* / Schumann* / Haëndel* / Goltermann* / Hans Vollenweider / Julius Bächi Gounod* / Schumann* / Haëndel* / Goltermann* / Hans Vollenweider / Julius Bächi - Ave Maria - Rêverie - Largo - Cantilène(7", EP) Trianon, Trianon ETC 4110, 4110 etc France Unknown Sell This Version
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Compilations

UT3-019 Romantic Viola Music — Georg Goltermann Georg Goltermann, Robert Schumann, Joseph Joachim, Hans Sitt, Diederik Suys, Pascal Mantin Georg Goltermann, Robert Schumann, Joseph Joachim, Hans Sitt, Diederik Suys, Pascal Mantin - Romantic Viola Music(CD, Album, Comp) UT3-RECORDS UT3-019 Belgium 2009 Sell This Version