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Ernst Gebhard Salomon Anschütz (28 October 1780 in Goldlauter near Suhl, Electorate of Saxony; 18 December 1861 in Leipzig) was a German teacher, organist, poet, and composer. He is also known for his account of the death of Johann Christian Woyzeck in 1824 (see: Georg Büchner's play Woyzeck). Anschütz worked as a teacher in Leipzig for 50 years.
- "Alle Jahre wieder"; 1837, Text: Wilhelm Hey
- "Es klappert die Mühle am rauschenden Bach"; Musik: Carl Reinecke (1824–1910) as "Die Mühle", Op. 91 in Kinderlieder. Based on "Es zogen drei Reiter zum Tore hinaus" (c. 1770)
- "Fuchs, du hast die Gans gestohlen"
- "O Tannenbaum", based on a 16th-century Silesian folk song by Melchior Franck
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- Libretto to Johann von Nepomuk, a singspiel by Carl Loewe (1796–1869), Op. 35, No. 2, published 1834; see John of Nepomuk
- Biography, Sächsische Biografie (Saxonian Biography) (in German)
- Dr. Ernst Anschütz (1780–1861), Tourist information Goldlauter (in German)
- Works by Ernst Anschütz at LibriVox (public domain audiobooks)
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