Kolb, Carlmann, German priest, organist, and composer; b. Kösslarn, Griesbach, Lower Bavaria (baptized), Jan. 29, 1703; d. Munich, Jan. 15, 1765. He was educated in Asbach and Landshut. In 1729 he became a priest at the Asbach Benedictine Abbey, where he also served as organist. He publ. a notable collection of organ music as Certamen aonium (Augsburg, 1733; ed. by R. Walter, Altötting, 1959). His Sinfonia for Harpsichord and Strings is also extant.
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