Konrad Max Kunz
Konrad Max Kunz was born in Schwandorf, Bavaria, December 30, 1812
His earlier musical education appears to have been largely conducted by himself when he was in the gymnasium at Amberg. Later he was a pupil of Stuntz, and taught music to others in order to support himself while studying medicine. Afterward he conducted the Liedertafel Singing Society, and wrote for it a number of very popular choruses. He published also a collection of 200 canons, a supplement to all pianoforte methods, which made him well known.
He died in Munich, August 3, 1875.