Schultz, Herrmann, German pianist, teacher, and composer; b. Breslau, June 9, 1845; d. Dresden, July 13, 1918. He studied in Breslau, with Plaidy in Leipzig, and with Hans von Biilow and Rheinberger in Munich. He taught at the Munich Hochschule für Musik (1870–75), then went to Dresden. He was an accomplished pianist and a fine teacher. Among his works were a number of piano pieces in a fashionable style: Albuniblätter, Mädchenlieder, Lyrische Blätter, Stimmungsbilder, Ballade, etc.
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