In Berlin student of the composers Taubert and Dehn. Schlottmann traveled with Dehn on numerous concert tours, drawing crowds in London and elsewhere. Made Royal Director of Music by Friedrich Wilhelm II in 1875. His compositions consist of songs, choral works, piano music, chamber music and overtures, the latter including his Ouvertüre zu Shakespeares Romeo und Julia, first performed in 1864.
- Ouvertüre zu Shakespeares Romeo und Julia, op. 18 [ first performed in 1864 in the Berliner Schauspielhaus, Königliche Schauspiele ].
- Gooch/Thatcher: Vol. II 1425.
- Wirr, Albert (ed.), The MacMillan Encyclopedia of Music and Musicians in One Volume. New York, 1938. P. 1669.
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Schlottmann, Louis, in: The Digital Shakespeare Memorial Album. Edited by Christa Jansohn. URI: https://www.shakespearealbum.de/uri/gnd/117330620. (Accessed on 20.10.2021)
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