Georg Friedrich Treitschke

Georg Friedrich Treitschke (; 29 August 1776 – 4 June 1842) was a German librettist, translator and lepidopterist. He was born in Leipzig and died in Vienna.

In 1800 he came to the Vienna Hofoper. From 1809 to 1814 he was principal of the Viennese Theater an der Wien. He wrote mostly librettos for Paul Wranitzky, Adalbert Gyrowetz and C. Weigl (Weisenhaus, The Orphanage), and translated many French operas into German. In 1814 he revised the libretto of ''Fidelio'' at Ludwig van Beethoven's request. Provided by Wikipedia
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