Lohr, Hermann (1871 - 1943)
Frederic Hermann Löhr (sometimes Lohr) (Plymouth, October 26th, 1871 - Tunbridge Wells, December 6th, 1943) is a British composer, pianist and violist. He was a son of Frederic and Florence Nicholls Lohr Lohr.
Löhr studied at the Royal Academy of Music in London with Walter Macfarren (piajon, Frederick Corder (harmony and counterpoint) and Frank Arnold (viola). In 1893 he received there the Charles Lucas Prize.
Lohr wrote as a composer in addition to works for orchestra and concert many songs and ballads. The catalog of the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) contains 116 songs. Some of them are grouped into small bundles for example (6) Russian Love Songs (Russian love songs), (4) Songs of Italy (Songs from Italy) and (3) Songs of Roumania (Songs from Romania). 58 of his works have so during the London Proms conducted concerts. He is also a composer of music for two plays, and Sarenna Our little Cinderella.. For orchestra he wrote mainly suites.