Thomas Täglichsbeck (31 December 1799 - 5 October 1867) was a German violinist and composer. He was born in Ansbach, in family settled in the region of the Vogtland between Bavaria, Thuringia and Saxony, in 1800. Following violin lessons from his father, Johann Täglichsbeck, young Thomas moved to Munich where he studied with Pietro Rovelli. In 1817 a mass of his, written under the supervision of Josef Gratz, was performed in Munich. That same year, Täglichsbeck became a violinist in the Isarthortheater orchestra.
|Konzertstück, Op.49||Concerto||Solo Instrument and Piano|
|3 Duos for 2 Violins, Op.11||Duet||Chamber group|
|Piano Trio, Op.26||Sonata||Chamber group|
|Quintet for Clarinet and Strings, Op.44||Sonata||Chamber group|
|5 Choral Songs, Op.29||Song Cycle||Orchestra|
|6 Geistliche Lieder, Op.45||Song Cycle||Choir|
|Variations brillantes pour violon et orchestre ou pianoforte, Op.1||Theme and Variations||Solo Instrument(s) and Orchestra|