(b. Prague, Dec. 10, 1823; d. Kensington, Oct. 8, 1912), was taught music by Tomaschek, with Schulhoff as afellowstudent. He made a concert tour with great success in 1844-45 at Linz, Salzburg, Innsbruck, Augsburg, Munich and Stuttgart. He visited London with Pischek in 1845, and played with success at the Musical Union in Mayseder's trio, op. 52, May 13. He then lived in England (London and Brighton) after 1847. Kuhe showed great enterprise by the annual festival held by him at Brighton from 1870-82, wherein he encouraged native talent by the new works composed at his instance and produced by him. He frequently appeared in London, where he gave an annual concert for many years from 1846. He was appointed a professor of the R.A.M. in 1886, a post he resigned in 1904. His numerous compositions include many drawing-room pieces, fantasias and studies, viz. ' Lieder ohne Worte,' op. 12 ; ' Le Carillon,' op. 13 ; * Chanson d'amour ' ; ' Romance sans paroles,' op. 17 ; ' Le Feu Follet,' op. 38 ; ' Victoria Fantasia on National Anthem ' ; ' Fantasia on Austrian Anthem ' ; operatic fantasias, etc. In 1896 his Musical Recollections was published by Bentley & Sons. a . c . His son (2) E r n e s t is well known in London as a musical journalist, on the staff of the Daily Telegraph.