Umlauft, Paul



German composer; born in Meissen. He studied at the Leipsic Conservatory, holding the Mozart Scholarship from 1879 to 1883. Among his compositions are the dramatic vocal poem, Agandecca; Mittelhochdeutsches Liederspiel; a nocturne and tarantelle; and a one-act opera, Evanthia, which won, in 1893, the prize offered by the Duke of Coburg-Gotha.