Karl Ferdinand Adam
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Adam was born in Constappel (now a part of Klipphausen, Saxony). He moved to Leisnig, where he served as cantor and music director. He composed popular choruses and quartets for men's voices, as well as songs and piano pieces. He died in Leisnig.
- Theodore Baker and Alfred Remy, ed. (1919). "Adam, Karl Ferdinand". Baker's Biographical Dictionary of Musicians (3rd edition ed.). p. 4.
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