Adolf Eduard Marschner

Composer

1819 – 1853

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Who was Adolf Eduard Marschner?

Adolf Eduard Marschner, was a Romantic German composer.

Marschner was related to the well known Heinrich Marschner. He studied music from the age of 10 and then studied at the University of Leipzig where he also later became a music teacher.

In the field of vocal music he has composed app. 30 pieces for voice and piano accompaniment and several songs for men’s choir. The most popular among those are Und hörst du das mächtige Klingen, Das Königslied and Gute Nacht.

Together with Ludwig Richter in 1844-47 he published two song collections named Alte und neue Studenten-Lieder, and Alte und neue Volks-Lieder.

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Born
Mar 5, 1819
Grünberg, Hesse
Education
  • Leipzig University
Died
Sep 9, 1853
Leipzig

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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