Johann Georg Lickl
Johann Georg Lickl, also Ligkl, Hans-Georg Lickl, Hungarian: Lickl György (11 April 1769 – 12 May 1843) was an Austrian composer, organist, Kapellmeister in the main church of Pécs, and piano teacher.
He relocated to Vienna in 1785 and studied under Albrechtsberger and Joseph Haydn. Later in the 1780s, he became organist at the Carmelite church in Leopoldstadt. He collaborated with Emanuel Schikaneder on a number of Singspiele in the 1790s, working in the Theater auf der Wieden. He died, aged 74, in Fünfkirchen (Hungarian: Pécs), southern Royal Hungary, Imperial Austria.
His sons, Karl Georg Lickl (1801, Vienna – 1877, Vienna) and Ägid(ius Ferdinand) Karl Lickl (1803, Vienna – 1864, Trieste), were also composers, whose output includes works for piano and for physharmonica, including a transcription of Beethoven's Mass in C major for physharmonica and piano.
- Karmeliterkirche (Leopoldstadt)
- "Recorded on the Label Hungaroton". Archived from the original on 3 August 2012. Retrieved 26 August 2008.
- "Review of Recording of Lickl's String Quartets". Retrieved 2008-08-26.
- Peter Branscombe, "Johann Georg Lickl". The New Grove Dictionary of Music and Musicians. London: Macmillan, 2001.
- "Ägidius Ferdinand Karl Lickl". www.operone.de. Retrieved 6 October 2017.
- "Copy of Karl Lickl's Beethoven Transcription in the Henselt Collection". Archived from the original on 3 May 2008. Retrieved 2008-08-26.
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