The New International Encyclopædia/Hermann, Robert

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The New International Encyclopædia
Hermann, Robert
Edition of 1905. See also the disclaimer.

HERMANN, Robert (1869—). A Swiss composer, born at Bern. He studied music at the Frankfort Conservatory in 1891, and with Humperdinck (1893-94). In 1895 the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra gave his Symphony in C, and since that time his compositions have met with increasing favor in Germany. His works include pieces for violin and piano, songs, a concert overture in D minor, quintets, trios, etc.