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==Life==
 
==Life==
'''Born:''' July 26, 1809
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'''Died:''' March 2, 1883
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German-Norwegian conductor, bandmaster and composer; born at Belzig; brother of Karl Gottlieb. Was a pupil, first, of his father, then of Schicht and Weinlig at the St. Thomas School, Leipzig, later studying under Dehn in Berlin.  
 
German-Norwegian conductor, bandmaster and composer; born at Belzig; brother of Karl Gottlieb. Was a pupil, first, of his father, then of Schicht and Weinlig at the St. Thomas School, Leipzig, later studying under Dehn in Berlin.  
He imigrated to Norway when 31 years old. At this time he was already well known in Germany as a composer and artist. In Norway he performed 60 operas and he founded a song school.From 1840 to 1850 he was conductor of the theatre in Christiania (Oslo), and afterward became a military bandmaster and organist at Frederikshald (Halden), where he died. His compositions are in almost every form, his songs being the most numerous.
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He immigrated to Norway when 31 years old. At this time he was already well known in Germany as a composer and artist. In Norway he performed 60 operas and he founded a song school. From 1840 to 1850 he was conductor of the theatre in Christiania (Oslo), and afterward became a military bandmaster and organist at Frederikshald (Halden), where he died. His compositions are in almost every form, his songs being the most numerous.
 
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==List of choral works==
 
==List of choral works==
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* {{NoCo|Den frie norske Bonde}}  ( [http://forlag.studentersangforeningen.no/Reissiger/Den_frie_norske_Bonde.pdf {{pdf}}] [http://forlag.studentersangforeningen.no/Reissiger/Den_frie_norske_Bonde.midi {{mid}}]  )
 
* {{NoCo|En Sangers Bøn}}  ( [http://forlag.studentersangforeningen.no/Reissiger/En_sangers_bon.pdf {{pdf}}] [http://forlag.studentersangforeningen.no/Reissiger/En_sangers_bon.midi {{mid}}]  )
 
* {{NoCo|Hjemmet er bedst}}  ( [http://forlag.studentersangforeningen.no/Reissiger/Hjemmet_er_bedst.pdf {{pdf}}] [http://forlag.studentersangforeningen.no/Reissiger/Hjemmet_er_bedst.midi {{mid}}]  )
 
* {{NoCo|Høstandagt}}  ( [http://forlag.studentersangforeningen.no/Reissiger/Hostandagt.pdf {{pdf}}] [http://forlag.studentersangforeningen.no/Reissiger/Hostandagt.midi {{mid}}]  )
 
* {{NoCo|Lovsang}}  ( [http://forlag.studentersangforeningen.no/Reissiger/Lovsang.pdf {{pdf}}] [http://forlag.studentersangforeningen.no/Reissiger/Lovsang.midi {{mid}}]  )
 
* {{NoCo|Norges Natur}}  ( [http://forlag.studentersangforeningen.no/Reissiger/Norges_Natur_B.pdf {{pdf}}] [http://forlag.studentersangforeningen.no/Reissiger/Norges_Natur_B.midi {{mid}}]  )
 
*{{NoCo|Olav Trygvason}} &nbsp; ( [{{filepath:Olavtrygvason.pdf}} {{pdf}}] [{{filepath:Olavtrygvason.mid}} {{mid}}] )
 
* {{NoCo|Skyttesang}}  ( [http://forlag.studentersangforeningen.no/Reissiger/Skyttesang.pdf {{pdf}}] [http://forlag.studentersangforeningen.no/Reissiger/Skyttesang.midi {{mid}}]  )
 
* {{NoCo|Studenter-Sangforeningens Vise}}  ( [http://forlag.studentersangforeningen.no/Reissiger/Studenter-Sangforeningens_Vise.pdf {{pdf}}] [http://forlag.studentersangforeningen.no/Reissiger/Studenter-Sangforeningens_Vise.midi {{mid}}]  )
 
  
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Latest revision as of 03:24, 30 September 2017

Life

Born: 26 July 1809

Died: 2 March 1883

Biography

German-Norwegian conductor, bandmaster and composer; born at Belzig; brother of Karl Gottlieb. Was a pupil, first, of his father, then of Schicht and Weinlig at the St. Thomas School, Leipzig, later studying under Dehn in Berlin. He immigrated to Norway when 31 years old. At this time he was already well known in Germany as a composer and artist. In Norway he performed 60 operas and he founded a song school. From 1840 to 1850 he was conductor of the theatre in Christiania (Oslo), and afterward became a military bandmaster and organist at Frederikshald (Halden), where he died. His compositions are in almost every form, his songs being the most numerous.

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