|Short Name:||F. F. Flemming|
|Full Name:||Flemming, F. F. (Friedrich Ferdinand), 1778-1813|
Friedrich Ferdinand Flemming Germany 1778-1813. Born in Neuhausen, Erzgebirge, Germany, he studied medicine at Wittenberg, 1796-1800, Jena, Vienna, and Trieste. He practiced as a physician in Berlin until his death, but, musically, is remembered for his setting of Horace's ode beginning “Integer Vitae”, from which the tune “Flemming” is adapted. He was active in musical circles and composed many songs for a male vocal ensemble, “Liedertafel”. He died in Berlin.
|Tunes by F. F. Flemming (2)||As||Instances||Incipit|
|FLEMMING||Freidrich F. Flemming (Composer)||326||11122 31121 73333|
|FLEMING (Fleming)||Friedrich F. Flemming (Composer)||7|