Julius Cândido Neuparth (1863-1919) studied at the National Conservatory, where he finished the course of violin. Later he joined the orchestra of the Teatro Real de S. Carlos. As concertmaster in this orchestra, Julius Neuparth played his own compositions. Was admitted to the National Conservatory as a teacher of harmony, in 1895, where he remained until his death in 1919.
Julius Neuparth wrote among others, pieces for violin, piano, and some orchestral pieces, among which the following stand out - Minuetto Capricioso, Scherzo, and the Rêverie Suite L'Orientale.
Had an intense activity divided by teaching, composition, music criticism, journalistic writing, and collaboration in her father's publisher, Augusto Neuparth, which succeeded in management.
Translated into Portuguese and published by his firm - Neuparth & C.ª, the New Treaty of instrumentation by François-Auguste Gevaert as well as the complete Treaty of harmony by Émile Durand, adopted by the Lisbon Conservatory. In teaching Solfeggio and Musical Training, Julius Neuparth has also published the Dictados musicaes: Officialmente approvados to be part of the course Basics and Solfeggio.