Carl (or Karl) Joseph Millöcker (29 April 1842 – 31 December 1899), was an Austrian composer of operettas and a conductor. He was born in Vienna, where he studied the flute at the Vienna Conservatory. While holding various conducting posts in the city, he began to compose operettas. The first was Der tote Gast, an operetta in one act, premiered in 1865 with libretto by Ludwig Harisch, after the novel by Heinrich Zschokke.
The international success of Der Bettelstudent enabled him to retire from conducting. However, he never achieved a comparable success afterward.
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- "Short biography and discography". Naxos. Retrieved 2007-10-11.
- Photo of Millöcker, 1890s
- Broadcast audition " P. Zhuravlenko, F.Chaliapin & S. Guitry, Yvonne Printemps” (cycle " The sound history of the operette” by Maxim Malkov – in Russian)
- Carl Millöcker in Austria-Forum (in German) (at AEIOU)
- Entry about Carl Millöcker in the database Gedächtnis des Landes on the history of the state of Lower Austria (Lower Austria Museum)
- Literature by and about Carl Millöcker in the German National Library catalogue
- Works by and about Carl Millöcker in the Deutsche Digitale Bibliothek (German Digital Library)