Sebor, Karel



He was born at Brandeis-on-theElbe, and was a pupil of Milduer at the Prague Conservatory and a private pupil of Kittl. From 1864 to 1867 Sebor was conductor of the National Opera at Prague. He also taught music in Poland and was Theatre chorusmaster at Erfurt. From 1871 he was military bandmaster in Vienna. He wrote the operas, Templars in Moravia; Drahomira; Blanka; and the Hussite's Bride; also much chamber-music, including a quartet and quintet for strings; piano sonatas; fantasias; cantatas; symphonies; overtures; part-songs; and songs.