Luxembourg musical composer and conductor who composed the very famous operetta "D'Artiste vu Juxda."
He began conducting the Military Band of the Luxembourg Army in 1881.
His compositions fell into many musical genres, including folk music, military marches, and operettas.
He was born to a family in Germany and later became a naturalized citizen of Luxembourg.
He was a contemporary of Hungarian-born, New York Philharmonic conductor Anton Siedl.