Friedrich Halm1806 - 1871
Baron Eligius Franz Joseph von Münch-Bellinghausen (German: Eligius Franz Joseph Freiherr von Münch-Bellinghausen) was an Austrian dramatist, poet and novella writer of the Austrian Biedermeier period and beyond, and is more generally known under his pseudonym Friedrich Halm.
He was the son of a district judge at Kraków in Poland, at this time part of the Austrian Empire. Early in his literary career he adopted the nom de plume of Friedrich Halm ("Halm" means a blade of grass or a blade of straw), and became one of the most popular dramatists in Vienna around the middle of the 19th century. His novellas are now regarded as more significant from a literary point of view than his dramatic writings.
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|Bei dir sind meine Gedanken (1883) Op. 95 no.2||Johannes Brahms|
|Der Jäger (1823) Op. 95 no.4||Johannes Brahms|
|Geisternähe (1850) Op. 77 no.3 18.vii.1850||Robert Schumann|
|Kein Haus, keine Heimat (1884) Op. 94 no.5||Johannes Brahms|
|Steig auf, geliebter Schatten (1884) Op. 94 no.2||Johannes Brahms|