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Matthäus Nagiller (1815–1874) – Austrian composer and conductor. He studied at the Vienna Conservatory with Gottfried von Preyer, who gave him a thorough grounding in the theories of Simon Sechter – the influential and eminent teacher of Anton Bruckner, among others. During the 1840s, Nagiller settled in Paris, where he not only became a lecturer at the Conservatory, but also entered the milieu of artists interested in early music, including the Mozartists Club established at the initiative of Princess Marcelina Czartoryska. Thomas Tellefsen studied with Nagiller from 1843.
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