Ringler, Eduard



Conductor, vocal teacher and composer; born at Nuremberg; was a pupil of Heinrich Hohmann, and from 1868 to 1871 of Grobe and Dupont. He was conductor of the singing society at Nuremberg for several years, and in 1883 became director of the Synagogue choir, and in 1890 conductor of the Choral Society for classical music. His works are formed on those of the early classical composers, and comprise Eppelein von Gailingen, and Frithjof, a grand opera; also songs.