August Siemers (7 May 1819 — 30 November 1876)
＝ Alternative Names/Transliterations: Carl Heinrich August Siemers
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Linked Entry from A Dictionary of Pianists and Composers for the Pianoforte, Ernst Pauer.
Siemers, Carl Heinrich August, b: May 7, 1819, Goldenstedt (Oldenburg): d. Nov. 30, 1876, Dresden. Pupil of K. Arnold, at Münster (Westphalia): 1839, of Seyfried (Vienna). 1845, he went to Hamburg: 1855, to Manchester, as Organist of the German Church. 1864, he settled in Dresden where he was a highly successful teacher. Several of his compositions (on Hungarian airs, &c.) enjoyed at one time considerable popularity.