Kalliwoda, Wilhelm, German pianist, conductor, and composer, son of Johann Wenzel (Jan Křtitel Văclav) Kalliwoda (Kalivoda); b. Donaueschingen, July 19, 1827; d. Karlsruhe, Sept. 8, 1893. He studied with Hauptmann in Leipzig, and also took some lessons from Mendelssohn. He settled in Karlsruhe, where he was director of the Court Theater (from 1853). He wrote piano pieces and songs.
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