Emilie Mayer: Symphony No. 7 in F minor (1856)

Emilie Mayer (1812-1883) was a German composer, quite successful in her day. Among her compositions are 8 symphonies, a piano concerto, several concert overtures and much chamber music. Her most famous teacher was Carl Loewe, remembered today mostly for his lieder.

Her Symphony No. 7 is impressive and very Schumannesque.

To hear more music in this series, click on the “neglected symphonies” tag below this post.

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