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Siegfried Strohbach 27 November — 11 July was a German composer and conductor. He founded and directed choirs and the vocal ensemble Collegium Cantorum and is notable for the composition of choral music. He was a conductor of major theaters of Lower Saxony and a professor of the Musikhochschule Hannover as well as a composer.
Siegfried Strohbach began having piano lessons at the age of five. From to , he was a student of the Musisches Gymnasium high school with music as a main course in Frankfurt with a major in piano. He studied composition with its founder and director Kurt Thomas. From to he worked as a Korrepetitor coach at the Oper Frankfurt. As a choral conductor, he took under his wing several amateur choirs in and around Hanover.
He was to direct the group until From to Strohbach was a music teacher at the gymnasium St. Ursula in Hanover, but continued to work as a freelancer at the theater Landesbühne, which covers performances all over Lower Saxony, from to During that time he wrote incidental music for the stage, some 40 pieces.
Strohbach composed numerous sacred and secular choral works for a variety of ensembles, also chamber music, works for piano,  songs, stage music, even Spanish folk music,  among others. Strohbach's music has been performed by notable ensembles. The ensemble amarcord performed his Galgenlieder on the poems of Christian Morgenstern in Leipzig in His cantata for Epiphany features a large-scale baritone solo as its third movement which is accompanied by the oboe in imitation.
While, in this instance, Strohbach deliberately adheres to traditional forms of composition, the narrative sections of his work are dealt with freely: He renders them through recitation as well as through a finely coloured, grand a cappella motet. In the Mädchenchor am Kölner Dom girls' choir at the Cologne Cathedral celebrated their 21st anniversary with a service Kapitelsamt in the cathedral, singing his Missa Beatae Mariae Virginis.