Au­gust 8, 1845, Vik­tring, Aus­tria (now part of Klag­en­furt).

May 19, 1914, Vi­en­na, Aus­ria.

An­na­bichl, Kla­gen­furt, Aus­tria.


Koschat stu­died che­mis­try in Vi­en­na, sang as a bass in the Hof­oper (court op­e­ra) choir, and event­u­al­ly be­came choir di­rect­or.

He lat­er found­ed the Kosch­at Quar­tet and toured Eur­ope and Am­er­i­ca ex­ten­sive­ly. He was well known for his Ca­rin­thi­an folk songs.

Emperor Wil­helm award­ed him the Ad­ler Ord­en (Or­der of the Red Ea­gle).

His works in­clude:

  1. Lord Is My Shep­herd, The
  2. Marlborough