Adolf Weidig

Composer

1867 – 1931

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Who was Adolf Weidig?

Adolf H. A. Weidig was an American composer of German origin, born in Hamburg; he came to the United States in 1892. He wrote numerous pieces for orchestra, including a symphony and the tone poem Semiramis; among his chamber works are three string quartets and a string quintet. He also wrote songs. He died in Hillsdale, Illinois.

Weidig had been Associate Director of the American Conservatory of Music and was Dean of the Department of Theory in the same.

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Born
Nov 28, 1867
Died
1931

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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