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Oskar Rieding (1840–1916) 

Oskar Rieding was a Hungarian-born composer who lived from 1840 to 1916. He is most well-known for his contributions to the classical music genre, particularly his works for violin and orchestra. Rieding was a prolific composer, with over 300 works to his name.

One of Rieding's most famous works is his "Concerto in B Minor" for violin and orchestra. This piece is widely considered a classic in the violin repertoire, and has been performed by many notable violinists throughout the years. Rieding's music is characterized by its technical virtuosity and melodic beauty, making it a popular choice for both performers and audiences alike.

In addition to his work as a composer, Rieding was also an accomplished violinist and teacher. He spent much of his career teaching at the Vienna Conservatory, where he helped to shape the careers of many young musicians. Rieding's legacy lives on through his music, which continues to be performed and celebrated today.