Uhl, Edmund



He was born at Prague. He studied under Richter, Reinecke, Jadassohn and Wenzel and at the Leipsic Conservatory, where he won the Helbig prize for piano-playing in 1878. Since that year he has lived in Wiesbaden, where he is a teacher in the Freudenberg Conservatory, organist at the Synagogue and musical critic for the Rheinischer Courier. He has published piano trios, a cello sonata, a romance for violin with orchestral variations, and pieces for piano, and songs.