Amalia, Catharina, Countess of Erbach, German composer; b. Arolsen, Aug. 8, 1640; d. Cuylenburg, the Netherlands, Jan. 4, 1697. She was the daughter of Count von Waldeck. In 1664 she married Count Georg Ludwig von Erbach. Among her works were several sacred anthems.
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