Gansbacher’s music consisted primarily of sacred vocal music and was highly conventional; however, his musicianship was well-received and kept with high esteem. His most significant instrumental structure was the Concertino for clarient and orchestra. Like a boy, so that as the boy of the choirmaster, Gansbacher sang in Sterzing, Innsbruck, Hall, and Bolzano. He went to the College or university of Innsbruck where he researched philosophy, regulation, and payed for his tuition giving music lessons. By 1801 he is at Vienna to keep his music research and luckily was received and patronized by Count number Firmian. Important contacts aided his efforts with lessons from Abbe Vogler and Albrechtsberger, and friendships with Weber and Meyerbeer. Gransbacher was the Kapellmeister from the Prague theater in 1813, helped to discovered the Musikverein in Innsbruck, and in 1824 was the Kapellmeister of St Stephen’s Catheral in Vienna. The application form for some of the positions were partly in the instigation of Weber. Oddly enough, Gansbacher was among the pallbearers for the funeral of Beethoven.