Haug, Gustav, Swiss organist, teacher, and composer; b. Strasbourg, Nov. 30, 1871; d. St. Gallen, April 22, 1956. He studied at the Strasbourg Cons., then settled in St. Gallen, where he was active as a church organist and voice teacher. As a composer, he produced a number of singable choral anthems, several works for solo voice with orch. accompaniment, and many songs to German texts.
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