Jakob Schgraffer

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Jakob Johann Anton Schgraffer (May 15, 1799 in Bozen – March 23, 1859) was a Tyrolean composer and coffee house owner.[1] He studied at Milan Conservatory under Vincenzo Federici.[2]

Works[edit]

His best known work, revived and recorded in 2012, is the oratorio Die Angst und der Tod des Erlösers. Other works include:

  • Laura betet. Engelharfen, B-Dur. Die Bethende Laura. Gedicht von Matthison, Music von J. Schgraffer

References[edit]

  1. ^ OEBL Schgraffer, Jakob (1799-1859)
  2. ^ Sergio Martinotti: La musica a Milano, in Lombardia e oltre. 2 - 8834304993 2000 Page 153: "Jakob. Johann. Schgraffer. (1799-1859). allievo di composizione all'Imperial Regio Conservatorio di musica di Milano del maestro Vincenzo Federici (1764-1826)"

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