Leopold Koželuch

Leopold Koželuch Leopold Koželuch (, born ''Jan Antonín Koželuh'', alternatively also ''Leopold Koželuh'', ''Leopold Kotzeluch''; 26 June 1747 – 7 May 1818) was a Czech composer and music teacher.

He was born in Velvary and moved to Prague to further his musical education, before moving again to Vienna in 1778, where he was based for the remainder of his career. In Vienna he achieved renown as a composer, pianist and teacher, and from 1792 until his death in 1818 he held royal appointments as ''Kammer Kapellmeister'' (music director) and ''Hofmusik Compositor'' (composer), as Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart's successor.

Koželuch's compositional output included sonatas and concertos for keyboard, the instrument in which he specialised, as well as chamber music, choral music and opera. Provided by Wikipedia
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