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Immanuel Faisst

Immanuel Faisst

Immanuel Faisst
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Intro Composer
Was Musician Organist Composer Choir director Musicologist Pianist Educator
From Germany
Field Academia Religion Music
Gender male
Birth 13 October 1823, Esslingen am Neckar, Esslingen, Stuttgart Government Region, Baden-Württemberg
Death 5 June 1894, Stuttgart, Stuttgart Government Region, Baden-Württemberg, Germany (aged 70 years)
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Immanuel Gottlob Friedrich Faisst (13 October 1823 in Esslingen am Neckar – 5 June 1894 in Stuttgart) was a German composer and co-founder of the Stuttgart Music School, whose director he was, until his death. His compositions include works for organ, and some exercises on double fugue for piano, lieders, choruses, motets, cantatas, etc. Finally, along with Sigmund Lebert and Hans von Bülow, he published in 1881 the famous Cotta edition of the Beethoven Sonatas.

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