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Louis Ferdinand Gottschalk Edit Profile

composer , conductor.

Louis Ferdinand Gottschalk, American composer, conductor. Club: Lambs.

Background

Gottschalk, Louis Ferdinand was born on October 7, 1868 in St. Louis. Son of John Louis and Nancy (Gill) Gottschalk.

Education

Graduated from the high school, St. Louis, 1885. Studied music under Gustav Kogel and Heinrich Urban, Berlin.

Career

Harrison Millard, of New York, June 19, 1898. Has applied himself principally to song writing and conducting. Produced “The Merry Widow” in the United States, 1907.

Associated with leading theatrical mgrs. of New New York.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: What Pity is Akin To. A Jolly Old Monk

    • A Little Dutch Garden. The Message of the Rose.

      Cinderella

    • Thine Eyes, Marie. Cameos of Song

    • The Cask of Amontillado.

Membership

Club: Lambs.

Connections

Married Marie, d.

father:
John Louis Gottschalk

mother:
Nancy (Gill) Gottschalk

spouse:
Marie