Kreutzer, Conradin (b Messkirch, Baden, 1780; d Riga, 1849). Ger. composer and conductor. Held several Kapellmeister posts: to King of Württemberg, at Donaueschingen (1818–22), Vienna (1822–7, 1829–32, 1833–40), and Cologne (1840–2). Wrote operas, incl. Das Nachtlager von Granada (1834), oratorios, 3 pf. concs., incid. mus., chamber works, and songs.
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