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Loewe, Johann Cael Gottfeied (1796-1869), a German composer, studied at Halle, and, having settled at Stellen, became musical director and organist to the city. He visited Norway, Sweden, and France, and sang and played in London (1847) before the English court. He composed sixteen oratorios, five operas (one performed), and numerous pianoforte pieces. His ballads, however, were his most important productions, many being very beautiful.