Eugen d'Albert (1864-1932) was a noted German composer and pianist. Born in Scotland, he studied music in London, where he earned a reputation as an accomplished pianist. Subsequently, he moved to Vienna, Austria and became a student of Franz Liszt. D'Albert enjoyed the music of Germany, and, in time, he became a naturalized German citizen. He toured extensively performing his works.
D'Albert produced 21 operas, 2 piano concerti, chamber music, lieder, and orchestral works. His most successful creation was his opera "Tiefland" (1903). He also won wide acclaim for his performance of Johann Sebastian Bach's music.
[Source: "Encyclopedia Britannica Online."]
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Pauline Erdmannsdorfer (1847-1916) (nee von Oprawill, adopted Fichtner) was an Austrian composer and pianist. She was born in Vienna and studied under Franz Liszt. In 1874, she married composer Max Erdmannsdorfer (1848-1905). The couple lived successively in Moscow, Bremen, and Munich. Pauline was noted for her compositions and her piano instruction.
[Source: Musopen Online.]