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Ernst Dietrich Adolph Eichner (born February 15, 1740 in Bad Arolsen, died 1777 in Potsdam) was a German composer.
Eichner was born to Johann Andreas Eichner (1694–1768), a court musician to the court of Waldeck. His father provided him his primary musical education. He became widely known as a virtuoso bassoonist throughout Europe as a result. In 1762 he entered into the service of Duke Christian IV of Zweibrücken as a violinst. In 1768, he became the concertmaster of… read more
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