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Anton Proebst

Anton Proebst was a German teacher, choir master and composer. There is little biographical information about him, the details below are all I could gather:

 

Anton Proebst was born on 10 February 1890. After school he moved to Straubing and made a qualification as a teacher which included musical studies at that time. In 1919 at the latest he settled in Landshut, worked as a teacher at the Martinsschule and became the new choir master of the Landshuter Liedertafel. In the following two decades Anton Proebst conducted several large performances with his choir and supporting orchestras like the "Missa Solemnis" by Beethoven in 1921, the Coronation Mass by Mozart in 1922 or the oratorio Elijah by Mendelssohn Bartholdy in 1926. The choir also performed own compositions by Anton Proebst, for example the song "Die Wacht am Rhein" in 1925. In 1931 Anton Proebst resigned from the position of choir master. He continued to work as a teacher and retired early in the late 1930s. After World War II he became district school inspector from 1945 to 1955 and received an "Outstanding Citizen Award" for his achievements from the city of Landshut in 1966. Anton Proebst died on 8 December 1978 in Landshut (Germany).

I own the main musical estate of Anton Proebst. That includes manuscripts of most of his compositions. For an overview on his works I compiled a work catalogue:

 

  • op.1: Freundschaftslied, for 4-part men's choir (1903)
    op.1b: Sängergruß der Abituria 1909 des Kgl. Schullehrerseminars Straubing
  • op.2: Wanderfestmarsch, for 4-part men's choir (1908)
  • op.3: Festmarsch "Heil Abituria", for piano or orchestra (1909)
  • op.4: Rosenzeit, 4-part men's choir
  • op.5: ?
    op.5b: Sängerspruch des Liederkranzes Achdorf (1911)
  • op.6: ?
  • op.7: Marienlied, for mixed choir with soprano, alto and violin solo, women's choir and organ
  • op.8: ?
  • op.9: Wohin?, for 3-part women's choir
  • op.10: ?
  • op.11a: Marienlieder, for mixed choir, tenor, violin solo and organ
    op.11b: Marienlieder, for mixed choir with tenor and baritone solo
  • op.12: Marienlied, 4-part men's choir
  • op.13a: Die Wacht am Rhein, 4-part men's choir (1925)
    op.13b: Feierliche Signale, for trumpets unison and 3 trumpets
  • op.14: Freie Jagd, for military band
  • op.15: Startbefehl, for military band
  • op.16: Oberst Mölder Marsch, for military band
  • op.17: Drauf und dran!, for military band
  • op.18: Blanke Wehr, for military band
  • op.19: Feldgraue Kameraden, for military band
  • op.20: Wölfe der Luft, for military band
  • op.21: Soldatenbraut, for military band
  • op.22: Sängersprüche
  • op.23: Mein Heimatland
  • op.24: Marienlieder (1956)
  • op.25a: S'Jaagern, song
    op.25b: Donautal, song
  • op.26a: Sirenenton, song
    op.26b: An den Stadtjaga, song
  • op.27: Marschlied für die Feuerwehr
  • op.28: S'Jaagern

For information purposes I present here a composition by Anton Proebst, his Marienlied op.7:

Proebst_Marienlied.pdf
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