Jungst, Hugo

1853-

German composer of part-music; born at Dresden, where he went to the Conservatory from 1871 to 1876, being in J. Riets' class. He is leader of the Julius Otto Society; the Male Choral Society, which he founded in 1876, and the Singing Society, Erato. He was made professor in 1898 by the King of Saxony. His works include the song, Spin, Spin; and male choruses, of which those in Op. 66 were published in 1897.