Carl Heinrich Hübler was hornist in the 'Dresden Royal Court Orchestra'. In October 1849 he was engaged in a private performance in the apartment of Johann Rudolph Lewy in Dresden of Robert Schumann's 'Konzertstück for four Horns and Orchestra' (op. 86) with the composer in attendance. This event inspired Hübler so much that he composed his own 'Konzertstück for four Horns and Orchestra' in 1856. It's the only piece for which he is mainly remembered.