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Heinrich Proch

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2 Songs, Op.10Ave maris stellaChant de l'absence, Op.14Das Alpenhorn, Op.18Das Blümlein, Op.167Der Sänger und der Wanderer, Op.31Die Mutter wird mich fragen, Op.159Glockentöne, Op.21Lebewohl!, Op.35Lied vom FrauenherzenMein Reichthum, Op.4PhysharmonicaPiano Trio, Op.27Unter den dunkeln Linden, Op.122Wanderlied, Op.14Woher dieses Sehnen

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Das Alpenhorn, Op.18Der Sänger und der Wanderer, Op.31Die Mutter wird mich fragen, Op.159PhysharmonicaWanderlied, Op.14

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Piano Trio, Op.27
Heinrich Proch (22 July 1809 – 18 December 1878) was an Austrian composer.
Born in Vienna, Proch studied jurisprudence and completed his training as a violinist in his native city. From 1834 to 1867, he was a member of the Vienna Hofkapelle. He was also Kapellmeister at the Theater in der Josefstadt between 1837 and 1840, after which he became First Kapellmeister at the Theater am Kärntnertor, the predecessor of the Vienna State Opera. Besides his conducting duties, Proch also worked as a singing teacher.
He composed one opera (Ring und Maske), three operettas, incidental music, orchestral works, and chamber music, as well as over 200 lieder, and won further distinction for his translations of Italian operas (e.g., Verdi's Il trovatore, Donizetti's Don Pasquale). Today, his most famous composition remains the air with variations Deh! torna mio bene, a virtuosic work for coloratura soprano that has been recorded by most sopranos from Luisa Tetrazzini and Amelita Galli-Curci to Maria Callas.
Proch died in Vienna. His daughter, Louise Proch, became a well-known singer and actor.