Zellner, Julius



Composer; born in Vienna. First a technologist, then a merchant, he finally in 1851, seriously devoted himself to music. He took up composition and teaching, becoming wellknown in both capacities. Among his compositions are two symphonies, music to Die schone Melusine; work for solos, chorus and orchestra, entitled Im Hochgebirge; chambermusic, part-songs and a number of piano-pieces.