Eduard Kremser

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Life

Born: 10 April 1838, Vienna

Died: 27 November 1914, Vienna

Biography
Eduard Kremser studied in Vienna, and became chorus master of the Männergesangverein there in 1869. He also conducted various other choral societies. He wrote light operas, several symphonic sketches with voices, such as Balkanbilder, Prinz Eugen, etc., many part-songs (including the famous 6 altniederländische Volkslieder, of which the most celebrated is the "Prayer of Thanksgiving"; Das Herzklopfen, Erinnerungen, and Fröhliche Armuth, for men's chorus and orchestra; songs, and piano music.

View the German Wikipedia article on Eduard Kremser. (English translation by Google)

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