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Adolf Weidig

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Credo, Op.53Kleines Trio, Op.9Petite Suite, Op.22

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Credo, Op.53
Adolf H. A. Weidig (b. 28 November 1867 Hamburg, Germany; d. 23 September 1931) was an American composer who was born and raised in Hamburg. After extensive musical studies in Europe, he immigrated to the United States in 1892 as a young man.
He wrote numerous pieces for orchestra, including a symphony and the tone poem Semiramis; among his chamber works are three string quartets and a string quintet. He also wrote songs. He died in Hinsdale, Illinois.
For years Weidig served as Associate Director of the American Conservatory of Music in Chicago and was Dean of the Department of Theory in the same. His composition students included harpist Helena Stone Torgerson and organist Helen Searles Westbrook.