Carl Friedrich Zöllner

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Carl Friedrich Zöllner.

Carl Friedrich Zöllner (17 May 1800 in Mittelhausen – 25 September 1860 in Leipzig)[1] was a German composer and choir director. After studying at the Thomasschule zu Leipzig, he started teaching voice.[1] He wrote organ variations on God Save the Queen and wrote several songs. His son was composer Heinrich Zöllner.


  1. ^ a b Slonimsky, Nicolas (1978). "Zollner, Carl Friedrich". Baker's Biographical dictionary of musicians (6th ed.). New York: Schirmer Books. p. 1950. ISBN 0-02-870240-9.

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