Karl Klingemann

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Aliases: Carl Klingemann


Born: 2 December 1798

Died: 25 September 1862


Karl Klingemann, diplomat and poet, was born in Limmer an der Leine in 1798. He was secretary of the Hanoverian Legation in Berlin and, from 1828, was located in London. He was also a gifted poet. He was Felix Mendelssohn’s companion on his travels to Scotland. He died in London in 1862.

View the German Wikipedia article on Karl Klingemann. (English translation by Google)

Settings of his poetic works

List of translations


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