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Carl Adam Kaltenbrunner (1804–1867)

Kaltenbrunner, Carl Adam (käl’ten-brön-er). A popular German poet and prose-writer; born at Enns, Dec. 30, 1804; died at Vienna, Jan. 6, 1867. He was author of a number of volumes of poetry in Austrian dialects. Duke Maximilian of Bavaria set a number of his songs to music. His drama ‘The Three Firs’ (1862) had a stage success.