In the zenith of his job Labitzsky was known for his waltz compositions (over 3 hundred dances) but through the nadir cannot achieve the success and merits of the Strauss or Gungl. He researched the violin with Karl Veit so when he was fourteen became a member of a journeying orchestra. Like a violinist in Marienbad he worked well other jobs aswell in order that he could head to Munich (1823-24) and research further. He continued tour in 1824-5 finally founding his personal orchestra which journeyed throughout European countries and became quite trustworthy. The corporation helped him gain the positioning of director from the orchestra at a health spa in Karlsbad where his recognition and fame continuing to prosper. The dance compositions, mentioned for his or her stirring rhythms however, not for his or her melodic content, accomplished acclaim. Noted waltzes made up by Labitzky included “Paulinen-Walzer” and “Aurora-Walzer.” He offered the baton from the orchestra in Karlsbad to his boy in 1868.