Alt, Carl Gottlieb 24.oct.1806-7.mar.1858 Germany, Breslau - Latvia, Riga
organist, teacher, son of a wealthy brewer, 1821 started as a church singer, studied piano, organ, violin and music theory at the Breslauer Seminary, studied organ with and became assistant organist of Adolf Friedrich Hesse at the St Bernhard-Hauptkirche in Breslau, 1834 teacher in Bernau, 1837-1842 teacher at the cathedral school in Riga, 1838-1858 organist of the Reformed and the Anglican parishes in Riga, after 1842 he taught music privately and was instructor for quartet singing societies, he was theatre and concert critic and from 1848 editor in chief of the Rigasche Zeitung

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[] (details unknown). Church music in ms for the Reformed and Anglican parishes in Riga 1837-1858
[] Das Banner von England. Romantische oper in vier akten. Riga 5nov1841
music Heinrich Ludwig Egmont Dorn
libretto Karl Gottlieb Alt
pub Gedruckt bei Wilhelm Ferdinand Hacker, Riga 1841

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