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Müller, Adolf (1/1)

Romantic Period - Early 19th Century

Adolf Müller: Wann uns einer g'fallt from The Talisman

Adolf Müller (1801 Tolna/Hungary - 1886 Vienna) moved to Vienna in 1823, where he got his first job as a singer at the Kärntnertortheater (Theater at the Kärntnertor). After some success as a composer, he was hired there as a conductor. He moved on to the Theater an der Wien und the Leopoldstädter-Theater as a conductor and composer in residence. Adolf Müller was an unusually prolific composer: ca 640 Operas, Singspiele, Comedies with song and other pieces for the stage have survived. His works were performed in Vienna's theters and dominated the programs for many years to come.

Musical example and Picture come from the comedy Der Talisman (Text: Johann Nestroy), which was first performed at the Theater an der Wien in 1840. (E. Stadler)

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© Sound: Otto G. Preiser & Co. Ges. m. b. H., Fischerstiege 9/4, A-1010 Wien, CD-Nr. PR 93060.
© Image: Österreichisches Theatermuseum Wien.
Links to other albums:
Encyclopedia of Austria Biedermeier, Müller, Adolf, Nestroy, Johann (Nepomuk), Vormärz
Video Album Johann Nestroy

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