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Emil Waldteufel was born in France in 1848. This composer belonged to the Romantic period, and died in 1915. Waldteufel

Waldteufel, Emil  (1848-1915), is a French composer, who was born in Strasbourg and died in Paris. The name is of German origin, meaning "Wood-Devil", as Waldteufels' birthplace, Strasbourg, is in Alsace, which is a German-speaking area of France. 

After his studies at the Paris Conservatoire, he was court pianist and director of balls to Napoleon III. In 1874 the Prince of Wales introduced his music to England, and his orchestra performed his music at Buckingham Palace for Queen Victoria. After this he acquired international fame as a composer of waltzes, including the Skaters' Waltz and The Grenadiers.


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