Ries, (Pieter) Hubert
Ries, (Pieter) Hubert
Ries, (Pieter) Hubert , German violinist and composer, brother of Ferdinand Ries and son of Franz (Anton) Ries; b. Bonn, April 1, 1802; d. Berlin, Sept. 14, 1886. He studied violin with his father, and then with Spohr, and also studied composition with Hauptmann. He settled in Berlin in 1824 as a member of the orch. of the Königstadt Theater. He joined the Court Orch. in 1825, and became director of the Phil. Soc. in 1835, and its concertmaster in 1836; was also active as a teacher until his retirement in 1872. He wrote 2 violin concertos, chamber music, and studies and duets for violin, and also publ, a Violinschule (in Eng., 1873).
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