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This house is called after the composer and music pedagogue Father Alberik Zwyssig, who was born here on November 17, 1808. He worked as music director at the Cistercian Abbey until it was closed in 1841. He eventually died in 1854, at the Abbey Mehrerau in Bregenz. He is best known for having composed Switzerland's Swiss Psalm which the Federal Council pronounced to be the country's national anthem ad interim up to 1961, and definitely in 1981.