Traugott Maximilian Eberwein (* October 27 1775 in Weimar, † December 2 1831 in Rudolstadt) was a German composer and conductor. In the literature it is often referred to as Max Eberwein.
One family of musicians entstammend - his brother was the composer Franz Carl Adelbert Eberwein - he was already in his early youth his musical briefing by his father, a court musician. Early on, he also began to compose. This was followed by studies in musicology in Frankfurt am Main and studied violin in Mainz. In this study trips, he made the acquaintance of the Prince of Schwarzburg-Rudolstadt, who offered him a job as a court musician. He subsequently went as a violinist in the local court orchestra. In 1797 he was appointed court musician. Begin… Go to person page >
Arranger: George Kingsley
Born: July 7, 1811, Northampton, Massachusetts.
Died: March 14, 1884, Northampton, Massachusetts.
Kingsley played the organ at the Old South Church and Hollis Street Church in Boston, Massachusetts. He also taught music at Girard College in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, served as music supervisor for public schools in Philadelphia, and compiled a number of music books, including:
Sunday School Singing Book, 1832
The Harmonist, 1833
The Social Choir, 1836
The Sacred Choir, 1838
The Harp of David, 1844
The Young Ladies’ Harp, 1847
Templi Carmina (Northampton, Massachusetts: 1853)
The Juvenile Choir, 1865
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