The Full Wiki

More info on Gustav Strube

Gustav Strube: Wikis


Note: Many of our articles have direct quotes from sources you can cite, within the Wikipedia article! This article doesn't yet, but we're working on it! See more info or our list of citable articles.


From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Gustav Strube (3 March 1867  – 2 February 1953) was a German-born conductor and composer. He was the founding conductor of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra in 1916, and taught at the Peabody Conservatory. He wrote one opera, Ramona, which premiered in 1916.[1]

Selected works


  • Ramona (1916)


  • Lorelei, Symphonic Poem for Orchestra
  • Narcissus and Echo (Malfilâtre), Symphonic Poem for Orchestra
  • A Peace Overture for Orchestra (1945)
  • Puck, Comedy Overture for Orchestra (1910)
  • Sinfonietta (Little Symphony) for Orchestra
  • Symphonic Prologue for Orchestra
  • Symphony in B Minor for Orchestra (1910)
  • Eine Walpurgisnacht, Symphonic Poem for Orchestra


  • Concerto in F Minor for Violin and Orchestra (1907)
  • Concerto in B Minor for Violin and Orchestra (1927)
  • Concerto for Violin and Orchestra (1943)
  • Élégie for Cello and Orchestra (1907)
  • Romance in B Major for Violin and Orchestra (1903)

Chamber music

  • Berceuse for Viola and Piano (1908)
  • Elegy and Serenade for String Quartet (with Bass ad lib.) or String Orchestra, Op.9 (1902)
  • Concertino in D Major for Violin and Piano (1909)
  • Legato, Tempo di Valse for Piano (1902)
  • Mirages, 6 Pieces for Violin and Piano (1914)
  • Rêverie in A Minor for Violin and Piano (1906)
  • Sonata in E Minor for Violin and Piano (1924)
  • Sonata in E Minor for Viola and Piano (1925)
  • Sonatina for Viola and Piano (1943)
  • Ein Tanz (A Dance) in D Minor for Violin and Piano (1906)
  • Trio for Violin, Cello and Piano (1928)
  • Two Pictures for Violin and Piano (1924)
  • Vier kleine Stimmungsbilder (Four Little Mood-Pictures) for Violin and Piano (1908)
  1. Abendglocken (Sunset Chimes)
  2. Mondscheinzauber (Magic Moonlight)
  3. Ein Märchen (A Fairy Tale)
  4. Morgen (Morning)


External links



Got something to say? Make a comment.
Your name
Your email address