Hugo Richard Jüngst (born 26 February 1853 in Dresden; died 3 March 1923) was a German composer and choir-leader. He was a student of Julius Rietz. In 1876 he started the "Dresden Men's choirs" and remained significant to it until 1904. He received several awards in life and performed internationally in Europe as well as the United States.

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  • Hugo Richard Jüngst (* 26. Februar 1853 in Dresden; † 3. März 1923 ebenda) war Chorleiter und Komponist. (de)
  • Hugo Richard Jüngst (born 26 February 1853 in Dresden; died 3 March 1923) was a German composer and choir-leader. He was a student of Julius Rietz. In 1876 he started the "Dresden Men's choirs" and remained significant to it until 1904. He received several awards in life and performed internationally in Europe as well as the United States. (en)
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  • Hugo Richard Jüngst (* 26. Februar 1853 in Dresden; † 3. März 1923 ebenda) war Chorleiter und Komponist. (de)
  • Hugo Richard Jüngst (born 26 February 1853 in Dresden; died 3 March 1923) was a German composer and choir-leader. He was a student of Julius Rietz. In 1876 he started the "Dresden Men's choirs" and remained significant to it until 1904. He received several awards in life and performed internationally in Europe as well as the United States. (en)
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  • Hugo Richard Jüngst (de)
  • Hugo Richard Jüngst (en)
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