Ernst Edler von Schuch, born Ernst Gottfried Schuch (23 November 1846, Graz – 10 May 1914, Niederlößnitz/Radebeul Dresden) was an Austrian conductor who became famous through his working collaborations with Richard Strauss at the Dresden Court Opera. Schuch first studied law but then turned to music, trained at first by E. Stolz. He studied in Graz and later in Vienna, briefly with Felix Otto Dessoff, and started his conducting career in 1867 as Kapellmeister at Lobe's Theatre in Breslau while the Breslau Opera was out of action following a fire.

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  • Ernst Edler von Schuch, geboren als Ernest Gottfried Schuch, (* 23. November 1846 in Graz; † 10. Mai 1914 in Niederlößnitz) war ein österreichischer Dirigent, der als Generalmusikdirektor der Dresdner Hofoper und durch seine Zusammenarbeit mit Richard Strauss als dessen „Leibdirigent“ berühmt wurde. Die über vierzig Jahre seines Schaffens in Dresden (1872–1914) werden als die Ära Schuch rezipiert. (de)
  • Ernst Edler von Schuch (né Ernst Gottfried Schuch le 23 novembre 1846 à Graz – mort le 10 mai 1914 à Niederlößnitz-Radebeul) est un chef d'orchestre autrichien, qui s'est fait connaître par sa collaboration avec Richard Strauss à l'Opéra de la Cour de Dresde. (fr)
  • Ernst Edler von Schuch, born Ernst Gottfried Schuch (23 November 1846, Graz – 10 May 1914, Niederlößnitz/Radebeul Dresden) was an Austrian conductor who became famous through his working collaborations with Richard Strauss at the Dresden Court Opera. Schuch first studied law but then turned to music, trained at first by E. Stolz. He studied in Graz and later in Vienna, briefly with Felix Otto Dessoff, and started his conducting career in 1867 as Kapellmeister at Lobe's Theatre in Breslau while the Breslau Opera was out of action following a fire. Coincidentally, a father and son with the same family name Schuch had built and run the first opera theatre in Breslau 120 years earlier: There followed engagements in Würzburg (1868–1870), Graz (1870/1871) and Basle, until he was employed in 1872 by Pollini's Italian Opera for Dresden. There in 1872 he became Music director at the Court Opera, from 1873 Royal Kapellmeister with Julius Rietz, later with Franz Wüllner. In 1878, he was appointed Royal Professor. In 1882 he undertook the direction of the Court Opera with the title of privy councillor, and in 1889 became its general music director. From 1882 onward, he lived in Niederlößnitz in the Weintraubenstraße (in 1883 renamed at his own suggestion as Schuchstraße 15/17). In 1898, he was ennobled by the Austrian emperor and in 1899 was appointed to the Saxon Confidential Privy Council. His period of influence is known as the Schuch era in operatic performing history. Tours as guest conductor in Berlin, Munich, Vienna and Paris aside, he remained committed to Dresden until 1914, and made its opera house there into one of the leading musical stages of Europe. He created a surpassing ensemble and enlarged the orchestra to make it one of the greatest in the world. Specializing in the music-dramas of Wagner, he also led the original productions of the Richard Strauss operas Feuersnot (1901), Salome (1905), Elektra (1909) and Der Rosenkavalier (1911) as well as the first German productions of operas by Puccini and Mascagni, and the Dresden première of Wagner's Parsifal on 24 March 1914, his last new production before his death on 10 May. Also highly valued as a nonoperatic conductor, he was particularly known in the concert hall for his renditions of the orchestral works of Felix Draeseke and Strauss. He married coloratura soprano Clementine von Schuch-Proska (Klementine Procházka) (1850-1932), who became an honorary member of Dresden's Royal Theatre Company. Their daughter Liesel von Schuch sang in Dresden (from 1914 on) and Vienna. (en)
  • エルンスト・フォン・シューフ(Ernst von Schuch、出生時の名前はエルンスト・ゴットフリート・シューフErnest Gottfried Schuch、1846年11月23日 (グラーツGraz)- 1914年5月10日(ニーダーレスニッツNiederlößnitz))は、オーストリアの指揮者。ドレスデン宮廷歌劇場でリヒャルト・シュトラウスとともに活躍した。 (ja)
  • Эрнст Готтфрид фон Шух (нем. Ernest Gottfried Schuch; 23 ноября 1846, Грац, Австрийская империя — 10 мая 1914, Радебойль, Германская империя) — известный австрийский дирижёр. Дирижировал премьерами около 50 опер. Ученик Э. Штольца и О. Дессофа. (ru)
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  • Ernst Edler von Schuch, geboren als Ernest Gottfried Schuch, (* 23. November 1846 in Graz; † 10. Mai 1914 in Niederlößnitz) war ein österreichischer Dirigent, der als Generalmusikdirektor der Dresdner Hofoper und durch seine Zusammenarbeit mit Richard Strauss als dessen „Leibdirigent“ berühmt wurde. Die über vierzig Jahre seines Schaffens in Dresden (1872–1914) werden als die Ära Schuch rezipiert. (de)
  • Ernst Edler von Schuch (né Ernst Gottfried Schuch le 23 novembre 1846 à Graz – mort le 10 mai 1914 à Niederlößnitz-Radebeul) est un chef d'orchestre autrichien, qui s'est fait connaître par sa collaboration avec Richard Strauss à l'Opéra de la Cour de Dresde. (fr)
  • エルンスト・フォン・シューフ(Ernst von Schuch、出生時の名前はエルンスト・ゴットフリート・シューフErnest Gottfried Schuch、1846年11月23日 (グラーツGraz)- 1914年5月10日(ニーダーレスニッツNiederlößnitz))は、オーストリアの指揮者。ドレスデン宮廷歌劇場でリヒャルト・シュトラウスとともに活躍した。 (ja)
  • Эрнст Готтфрид фон Шух (нем. Ernest Gottfried Schuch; 23 ноября 1846, Грац, Австрийская империя — 10 мая 1914, Радебойль, Германская империя) — известный австрийский дирижёр. Дирижировал премьерами около 50 опер. Ученик Э. Штольца и О. Дессофа. (ru)
  • Ernst Edler von Schuch, born Ernst Gottfried Schuch (23 November 1846, Graz – 10 May 1914, Niederlößnitz/Radebeul Dresden) was an Austrian conductor who became famous through his working collaborations with Richard Strauss at the Dresden Court Opera. Schuch first studied law but then turned to music, trained at first by E. Stolz. He studied in Graz and later in Vienna, briefly with Felix Otto Dessoff, and started his conducting career in 1867 as Kapellmeister at Lobe's Theatre in Breslau while the Breslau Opera was out of action following a fire. (en)
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  • Шух, Эрнст фон (ru)
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