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Friedrich Wilhelm Grund

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Friedrich Wilhelm Grund (7 October 1791, Hamburg – 24 November 1874, Hamburg) was a German composer, conductor and teacher.
He studied with his father (piano, violin, cello and contrabass) and with the Hamburg cantor Christian Friedrich Gottlieb Schwencke. In 1819, he abandoned his career as a concert virtuoso because of the nerve disease of his right hand and he started to compose and teach. In the same year, he co-founded and led the Gesellschaft der Freunde des religiösen Gesangs (later the Hamburger Singakademie). He also co-founded the Hamburger Tonkünstlervereins.