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Wotruba, Fritz Wranitzky, Paul

Wranitzky, Anton


Wranitzky, Anton, b. Novà Řísě, Czech Republic (then Neureisch), June 13, 1761, d. Vienna, Aug. 6, 1820, composer, violinist. Brother of Paul Wranitzky. Lived in Vienna from 1783; pupil of W.  A. Mozart, J. Haydn and J. G. Albrechtsberger; 1797 conductor of Prince Lobkowitz's orchestra; orchestral director at the Vienna Court Theatres from 1807; 1814 director of the Vienna Theater an der Wien.


Works: Orchestral music, chamber music, songs. - Publication: Violin Fondament, 1804 (Violinschule).


 
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