Zenner, Carl Traugott



Pianist and composer; born in Dresden. He studied under Turk at Halle and dementi at St. Petersburg. He gave concerts and taught in Paris, Vienna, St. Petersburg and Dresden. He died while on a visit in Paris and bequeathed forty thousand francs to his native town. His works were at one time very popular and include two piano concertos, a quartet for strings, variations on a Russian theme for piano, violin and cello, besides variations, polonaises and fantasias for piano solo.