Franz Ignaz Back (or Ignaz Beck) (February 20, 1734–December 31, 1809) was a German composer.
In his homeland he received his first studies probably from his father, and afterwards was probably a student of Johann Stamitz.
After a duel, which ended with what he mistakenly believed to be the death of his opponent, he fled the country. Through Venice and possibly Naples he arrived in France, where he was recorded as…
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