Wälzel, Camillo (pseudonym F. Zell) (b Magdeburg, 1829; d Vienna, 1895). Ger. librettist. Trans. Fr. comedies. Wrote texts, often collab. Richard Genée, for operettas by Suppé, Johann Strauss II, Millöcker, and others.
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