Wendelin Weißheimer (26 February 1838, Osthofen – 16 June 1910) was a 19th-century German composer, conductor, essayist, teacher and music writer. He studied with Franz Liszt and was in close contact with Richard Wagner, Hans von Bülow, Peter Cornelius, Louise Otto-Peters, Ferdinand Lassalle, August Bebel and many other notable musicians. He served as composer and conductor of choirs in Mainz, Darmstadt, Baden-Baden, Wurzburg, Munich, Leipzig, Berlin, Düsseldorf, Szczecin, Strasbourg and at Milan's La Scala.

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  • Wendelin Weißheimer (* 26. Februar 1838 in Osthofen; † 10. Juni 1910 in Nürnberg) war ein deutscher Komponist, Kapellmeister und Musikschriftsteller. (de)
  • Wendelin Weißheimer (26 February 1838, Osthofen – 16 June 1910) was a 19th-century German composer, conductor, essayist, teacher and music writer. He studied with Franz Liszt and was in close contact with Richard Wagner, Hans von Bülow, Peter Cornelius, Louise Otto-Peters, Ferdinand Lassalle, August Bebel and many other notable musicians. He served as composer and conductor of choirs in Mainz, Darmstadt, Baden-Baden, Wurzburg, Munich, Leipzig, Berlin, Düsseldorf, Szczecin, Strasbourg and at Milan's La Scala. (en)
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  • Wendelin Weißheimer (* 26. Februar 1838 in Osthofen; † 10. Juni 1910 in Nürnberg) war ein deutscher Komponist, Kapellmeister und Musikschriftsteller. (de)
  • Wendelin Weißheimer (26 February 1838, Osthofen – 16 June 1910) was a 19th-century German composer, conductor, essayist, teacher and music writer. He studied with Franz Liszt and was in close contact with Richard Wagner, Hans von Bülow, Peter Cornelius, Louise Otto-Peters, Ferdinand Lassalle, August Bebel and many other notable musicians. He served as composer and conductor of choirs in Mainz, Darmstadt, Baden-Baden, Wurzburg, Munich, Leipzig, Berlin, Düsseldorf, Szczecin, Strasbourg and at Milan's La Scala. (en)
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