"Flower Clouds" (1903), pastel, 44.5 x 54.2 cm, of the painter Odilon Redon, contemporary of Bartels (The Art Institute of Chicago)

Wolfgang von Bartels

Wolfgang von Bartels


ItalianOPERA: sheet music, free MIDI, MP3 - DVD

project Bartels (Deeper articles)

Music examples MIDI ed Mp3 of Late Romanticism

Wolfgang von Bartels, who wrote music for orchestra, chamber and vocal music, was born in Hamburg on the 21 July 1883, the same year of the composers Allen, Bastianelli, Bath, Bossi, Casella, Davison, Doelle, Hauer, Hernried, Hrimalý, Infante, Jacobi, Kalomiris, Kartsev, Klenau, Krein, Kunc, Lhotka, Lloyd, Luncani, Lévy, Mandic, Manén, Moonie, Perrachio, Pringsheim, Refice, Samuel, Santoliquido, Toselli. He died in Monaco on the 19th April 1938

ItalianOPERA: sheet music, free MIDI, MP3 - DVD


"The Little Dream" has been represented in 1911 in Manchester

"L-I-Lan" was performed in Kassel in 1918


copyright ItalianOPERA ©



previous index next