Robert Fuchs was a Austrian late-Romantic composer and essential instructor. He was the sibling of Johann Nepomuk Fuchs. As a boy, Robert examined body organ, flute, violin, and recognizing a thought bass. Before he was 20, he got employment being a répétiteur and instructor and, in 1866, offered as organist from the Piaristenkirche in Vienna. He visited the Vienna Conservatory and researched structure with Dessof. He had written a Symphony in G small, an exam piece which got little achievement. His Serenade No. 1 (1874), nevertheless, was well-received, and it and four additional serenades became his best-known functions. In 1875, he became conductor from the orchestra from the Gesellschaft der Musikfreunde and teacher in the Conservatory. His impact like a instructor would become his most enduring legacy. He trained a stellar set of composers, including Sibelius, Mahler, Franz Schmidt, Schreker, Wolf, and Zemlinsky. He became close friends with Johannes Brahms, who urged him to keep like a composer and known Fuchs to his personal publisher, Simrock. In 1886, his later on attempt at symphonic type, which he numbered his Symphony No. 1, earned the Beethoven Reward in composition through the Gesellschaft der Musikfrende. His result contains three symphonies, a piano concerto, 50 tracks, three people, two operas, and a number of chamber and piano functions.