Schulz, Johann Philipp Christian

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Schulz, Johann Philipp Christian

Schulz, Johann Philipp Christian , German conductor and composer; b. Langensalza, Feb. 1, 1773; d. Leipzig, Jan. 30, 1827. He studied with Engel and Schicht in Leipzig, and from 1810 was conductor of the Gewandhaus concerts and the Singakademie there. In 1818 he became music director of the Univ. of Leipzig. He wrote an overture to Klingemann’s Faust and other orch. works, stage music, a Salvumfac regem for Chorus and Orch., partsongs, and lieder.

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