1882-83

<1880-1881 1884-1885>

Jan 1882

6

  • Antonín Dvořák’s Kvapík [Galop] op.53/2 for orchestra premiered in Prague

14

  • Gabriel Fauré’s Le Ruisseau op.22 [the stream] for chorus and piano premiered in Paris

15

  • Henry Burr aka Harry Haley McClaskey born (St Stephen, Canada) Canadian popular tenor singer, early recording and radio star. Member of the Peerless Quartet. Died 1941

18

  • Lazare Lévy born (Brussels) French pianist, composer, teacher. Died 1964

31

  • Peter Dawson born (Adelaide) Australian bass-baritone singer. Died 1961

Feb 1882

2

  • Geoffrey O’Hara born (Chatham, Ontario) Canadian-American teacher, composer, singer. Died 1967
  • Fabio Campana (63) dies in London

3

  • Guglielmo Quarenghi (55) dies in Milan
  • Antonín Dvořák’s overture Domov můj [My Homeland] op.62 for orchestra and incidental music for F.F. Šamberk’s play Josef Kajetán Tyl premiered in Prague

5

  • Aleksandr Borodin’s String Quartet no.2 premiered in St Petersburg

7

  • Wilbur Sweatman born (Brunswick, MO) American jazz and ragtime bandleader, composer, clarinetist. Died 1961

10

  • Nikolay Rimsky-Korsakov’s opera Snegurochka [The Snow Maiden] premiered in St Petersburg, lib. Rimsky-Korsakov

11

  • Joe Jordan born (Cincinnati, OH) American ragtime, jazz and stage composer, bandleader, songwriter, conductor. Died 1971
  • John Mills Sr. born (Bellefonte, PA) American popular baritone singer, tuba player. Member of the Mills Brothers 1936-57. Father of John Jr. (1910-36), Herbert (1912-89), Harry (1913-82) and Donald Mills (1915-99). Died 1967
  • Vincent d’Indy’s opera Attendez-moi sous l’orme [Wait for me under the elm] premiered in Paris, lib. J. Prével and R. de Bonnières

14

  • Ignaz Friedman born (Krakow, Poland) Polish composer, pianist. Died 1948

18

  • Frederick Corder’s opera A Storm in a Teacup premiered in Brighton. Lib. Corder

20

  • Edward Elgar’s Pas redoublé no.2 for orchestra premiered in Worcester

22

  • Ralph Lyford born (Worcester, MA) American conductor, composer. Died 1927
  • Harriett Everard (37) dies in London of tuberculosis
  • Catherine Stephens (87) dies in London

23

  • Ladislav Vycpálek born (Prague) Czech composer, viola player. Died 1969

27

  • Alfred Jaëll (49) dies in Paris
  • Antonín Dvořák’s String Quartet No.9 op.34 premiered in Prague

28

  • Geraldine Farrar born (Melrose, MA) American soprano singer, silent movie actress. Died 1967

Mar 1882

1

  • Theodor Kullak (63) dies in Berlin

3

  • Pavel Ludikar aka Vyskočil born (Prague) Czech bass singer, singing teacher. Died 1970

7

  • Charles Villiers Stanford’s Symphony no.2 “Elegiac” premiered in Cambridge

18

  • Gian Francesco Malipiero born (Venice) Italian composer, musicologist, teacher, music editor. Died 1973

19

  • Jules Massenet’s suite Scènes alsaciennes [Alsatian scenes] for orcherstra premiered in Paris

21

  • Bascom Lamar Lunsford born (Mars Hill, NC) American folk singer, song collector, banjo player, lawyer, teacher, politician. Died 1973

23

  • Ernest Guiraud’s opera La Galante aventure [the gallant adventure], lib. Ludovic Joseph Gonzalve Poupart and Paul-Armand Silvestre, premiered in Paris

24

  • Gino Marinuzzi born (Palermo) Italian composer, conductor. Died 1945

25

  • Haydn Wood born (Slaithwaite, Yorkshire) English composer, violinist. Died 1959
  • Isaac Albéniz’s zarzuella Catalanes de Gracia premiered in Madrid, lib. R.L. Palomino de Guzmán
  • John Philip Sousa’s operetta The Smugglers premiered in Washington, DC, lib. W.J. Vance

26

  • Jeanne Gerville-Réache born (Orthez, France) French contralto singer. Died 1915
  • Italo Gardoni (61) dies in Paris

29

  • Aleksandr Glazunov’s Symphony no.1 premiered in St Petersburg

Apr 1882

3

  • Friedrich Wilhelm Kücken (71) dies in Schwerin, Germany

4

  • Mary Howe née Carlisle born (Richmond, VA) American composer, pianist. Died 1964

8

  • Arthur William Foote’s Trio for Piano, Violin and Cello op.5 premiered in Boston

14

  • Ambroise Thomas’ opera Françoise de Rimini premiered in Paris. Lib. Jules Barbier and Michel Carré

17

  • Artur Schnabel born (Lipnik, Czech Rep) Austrian pianist, composer, teacher. Died 1951

18

  • Leopold Stokowski born (London) Anglo-American conductor. Died 1977

23

  • Albert Coates born (St Petersburg) Anglo-Russian composer, conductor. Died 1953

May 1882

1

  • The Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra is founded (official date)

6

  • Georgi Atanasov born (Plovdiv) Bulgarian composer. Died 1931

11

  • Joseph Marx born (Graz, Austria) Austrian composer, critic, teacher. Died 1964

12

  • Kyrylo Stetsenko born (Kvitkiv, Ukraine) Ukrainian composer, conductor, critic, teacher, politician, Orthodox priest. Died 1922
  • Claude Debussy’s Nocturne et Scherzo for cello and piano premiered in Paris

16

  • Herbert Hughes born (Belfast) Irish composer, critic, folk song collector. Father of Spike Hughes (1908-87). Died 1937

25

  • Harry Fox aka Arthur Carringford born (Pomona, CA) American dancer, comedian. Gave his name to the foxtrot dance. Died 1959

Jun 1882

4

  • Carlo Galeffi born (Venice) Italian baritone singer. Died 1961
  • Erwin Lendvai born (Budapest) Hungarian composer, choirmaster, teacher. Died 1949

17

  • Igor Stravinsky born (Lomonosov, Russia) Russian composer, pianist, conductor. Son of Fyodor Stravinsky (1843-1902). Died 1971

20

  • Eugenia Burzio born (Porino, Italy) Italain soprano singer, violinist. Died 1922

24

  • Joachim Raff (60) dies in Frankfurt

28

  • James Turle (80) dies in London

Jul 1882

8

  • Percy Grainger born (Melbourne) Australian composer, pianist. Died 1961

9

  • Richard Hageman born (Leeuwarden, Netherlands) Dutch-American conductor, pianist, composer, actor. Died 1966
  • Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky’s Vesper Service op.52 for choir premiered in Moscow

22

  • Edward Solomon’s operetta The Vicar of Bray opens in London (69 performances). Lib. Sydney Grundy

26

  • Richard Wagner’s opera Parsifal premiered in Bayreuth, lib. Wagner

unk

  • Shenandoah first printed as part of William L. Alden’s article “Sailor Songs” in Harper’s New Monthly Magazine

Aug 1882

3

  • François Wartel (76) dies in Paris

15

  • Marion Bauer born (Walla Walla, WA) Australian composer, writer, teacher, critic. Died 1955

19

  • Franz Liszt’s A magyarok Istene [The God of the Hungarians] for chorus and orchestra premiered in Debrecen

20

  • Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky’s overture 1812 op.49 premiered in Moscow

28

  • Mart Saar born (Karjasoo, Estonia) Estonian composer, organbist, folk song collector. Died 1963

30

  • Charles-François Gounod’s oratorio La rédemption premiered in Birmingham
  • Charles Villiers Stanford’s Serenade op.18 for orchestra premiered in Birmingham

31

  • Hubert Parry’s Symphony no.1 premiered in Birmingham
Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky - 1812 Overture (Naxos)

Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky – 1812 Overture (Naxos)

Sep 1882

14

  • Claire Croiza née Conelly born (Paris) French mezzo-soprano singer, singing teacher. Died 1946

16

  • Theodore Eisfeld (66) dies in Wiesbaden, Germany

22

  • Emil Ábrányi born (Budapest) Hungarian composer, conductor, opera director, teacher. Died 1970

Oct 1882

6

  • Karol Szymanowski born (Tymoszówka, Ukraine) Polish composer, pianist. Died 1937

8

  • Antonín Dvořák’s opera Dimitrij premiered in Prague, lib. M. Červinková-Riegrová (first version)

11

  • Robert Nathaniel Dett born (Niagara Falls, Ontario) Canadian composer, pianist, choir director. Died 1943

14

  • Robert Planquette & Henry Brougham Farnie’s operetta Rip Van Winkle opens in London (328 performances)

15

  • Ciprian Porumbescu’s Romanian Rhapsody for orchestra premiered in Braşov, Romania

19

  • Charles Lecocq’s opera Le cœur et la main [The heart and the hand], lib. Charles Nuitter and Alexandre Beaume, premiered in Paris

21

  • Edward German’s Nocturne for violin and piano premiered in London

24

  • Emmerich Kálmán born aka Imre Koppstein born (Siófok, Hungary) Hungarian operetta composer, songwriter. Died 1953

25

  • Florence Easton born (Middlesbrough) English soprano singer. Died 1955

27

  • Lazare Saminsky born (Odessa, Ukraine) Russian composer, musicologist, conductor, writer. Died 1959

29

  • Gustav Nottebohm (64) dies in Graz, Austria
  • Bedřich Smetana’s opera Čertova stěna [The Devil’s Wall] premiered in Prague, lib. E. Krásnohorská

30

  • Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky’s Piano Trio premiered in Moscow

publications

  • Émile Waldteufel’s waltz Les Patineurs [The Skaters] op.183 published in Paris

Nov 1882

2

  • Antonín Dvořák’s String Quartet no.11 op.61 premiered in Berlin

11

  • Edmond Audran’s opera Gillette de Narbonne premiered in Paris. Lib. Henri-Charles Chivot and Henri-Alfred Duru

13

  • Aleksandr Glazunov’s String Quartet no.1 premiered in St Petersburg

18

  • Amelita Galli-Curci born (Milan) Italian soprano singer. Died 1963

20

  • Béla Kéler (62) dies in Wiesbaden

22

  • Léo Delibes’s ballet Le roi s’amuse, six airs de danse dans le style ancien [The king has fun, six dance tunes in the old style] premiered in Paris
  • Antonín Dvořák’s V přirodě [In Nature’s Realm] op.63 for chorus premiered in Tábor, Czech Rep

25

  • W.S. Gilbert & Arthur Sullivan’s operetta Iolanthe premiered in London (398 performances)

unk

  • Cecil Sharp arrives in Adelaide after emigrating from England
Arthur Sullivan 1842-1900 and W. S. Gilbert 1836-1911

Arthur Sullivan 1842-1900 and W. S. Gilbert 1836-1911

Dec 1882

6

  • Karl Millöcker’s operetta Der Bettelstudent [the beggar student], lib. Camillo Walzel and Richard Genée, premiered in Vienna

8

  • Manuel María Ponce born (Fresnillo, Mexico) Mexican composer, teacher. Died 1948

9

  • Joaquín Turina born (Seville) Spanish composer, critic, teacher. Died 1949
  • Gabriel Faure’s Barcarolle no.1 op.26 for piano & Impromptu no.1 op.25 for piano premiered in Paris

10

  • Johannes Brahms’s Gesang der Parzen op.89 [Song of the Fates] for 6 voices and orchestra premiered in Basel

14

  • John Christie born (Eggesford, Devon) English opera impresario, landowner. Founder of the Glyndebourne Opera House and the Glyndebourne Festival Opera. Died 1962

16

  • Zoltán Kodály born (Kecskemét, Hungary) Hungarian composer, musicologist, teacher. Died 1967

19

  • Walter Braunfels born (Cologne) German composer, pianist, teacher. Died 1954
  • Bronisław Huberman born (Częstochowa, Poland) Polish violinist. Died 1947

29

  • Johannes Brahms’s Piano Trio no.2 op.87 & Quintet no.1 op.88 for strings premiered in Frankfurt

1882 (date unknown)

  • George Bacquet born (New Orleans, LA) American jazz clarinetist. Worked with Buddy Bolden, John Robichaux, Freddie Keppard, the Onward Brass Band & the Original Creole Orchestra. Died 1949x
  • Robert Kajanus founds the Helsinki Philharmonic Orchestra, the first permanent orchestra in Finland. He remains its principal conductor until 1932
  • The Royal College of Music founded in London with George Grove as its first first director

publications

  • The first volume of Francis Child’s The English and Scottish Popular Ballads published (9 more to 1898)
  • Charles Villiers Stanford & A.P. Graves’s Songs of Old Ireland published in London
Francis James Child 1825-1896

Francis James Child 1825-1896

Jan 1883

19

  • Hermann Abendroth born (Frankfurt) German conductor, teacher. Died 1956

24

  • Friedrich von Flotow (70) dies in Darmstadt following a stroke

28

  • Aylmer Buesst born (Melbourne) Australian conductor, teacher. Died 1970

Feb 1883

2

  • Mikhail Gnesin born (Rostov-on-the-Don) Russian composer, teacher. Died 1957

3

  • Gabriel Fauré’s Romance op.28 for violin and piano premiered in Paris

9

  • Charles Lecocq’s opera La princesse des Canaries premiered in Paris. Lib. Henri-Charles Chivot and Henri-Alfred Duru

11

  • Paul von Klenau born (Copenhagen) Danish composer. Died 1946
  • Anton Bruckner’s Symphony no.6 premiered in Vienna (without 1st movt)

13

  • Richard Wagner (69) dies in Venice following a heart attack

15

  • Mily Balakirev appointed conductor of the Chapel of the Imperial Court of St. Petersburg. Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov is appointed as his assistant

16

  • Cesar Cui’s opera Kavkazskij plennik [The Captive in the Caucasus], lib. Viktor Aleksandrovich Krylov after Pushkin, premiered in St Petersburg

17

  • Napoléon Coste (77) dies in Paris

18

  • Richard Wagner’s funeral takes place in Bayreuth

22

  • Franz Liszt’s Angelus! Prière aux anges gardiens [Angelus! Prayer to the guardian angels] for string quintet premiered in Prague

27

  • Julius Stern (62) dies in Berlin

Mar 1883

5

  • Camille Saint-Saëns’ opera Henry VIII premiered in Paris, lib. L. Détroyat and A. Silvestre

8

  • Gabriel Fauré’s La naissance de Venus op.29 [the birth of Venus] for chorus and piano premiered in Paris

10

  • Maria Barrientos born (Barcelona) Catalan soprano singer. Died 1946

13

  • Enrico Toselli born (Florence) Italian pianist, composer. Died 1926

16

  • Ernie Hare born (New York, NY) American popular singer, radio entertainer. One half of the Happiness Boys alongside Billy Jones (1889-1940). Died 1939

17

  • Alfredo Catalani’s opera Dejanice premiered in Milan. Lib. Angelo Zanardini

19

  • Josef Matthias Hauer born (Vienna) Austrian composer, music theorist. Died 1959
  • Albin Swoboda, Jr. born (Vienna) Austrian tenor singer. Son of Albin Swoboda Sr. (1836-1901). Died 1970
  • Mily Balakirev’s symphonic poem Tamara premiered in St Petersburg

21

  • Jules Van Nuffel born (Antwerp) Dutch composer, musicologist. Died 1953

27

  • Gabriel Fauré marries Marie Fremiet in Paris

28

  • William Henry Harris born (London) English composer, organist, conductor. Died 1973

29

  • Jaime Prats born (Havana) Cuban flautist, composer, band director, bandleader. Founder of the Cuban Jazz Band in 1922. Died 1946

31

  • Ernest Chausson’s Viviane, Symphonic Poem on a Legend of the Round Table op.5 premiered in Paris
  • César Franck’s symphonic poem Le Chasseur Maudit [The Huntsman Maudit] premiered in Paris

Apr 1883

1

  • Malcolm McEachern born (Albury, NSW) Australian bass singer. Died 1945

6

  • Vernon Dalhart aka Marion Try Slaughter born (Jefferson, TX) American popular and country singer, songwriter, early recording star. Used more than 100 pseudonyms. Died 1948

9

  • Alexander Mackenzie’s opera Colomba premiered in London. Lib. Francis Hueffer

12

  • Édouard Commette born (Lyon) French organist, composer. Died 1967

13

  • Alexander Vasilyevich Alexandrov born (Plakhino, Russia) Russian composer, teacher. Writer of the Soviet, later Russian, national anthem. Father of Boris Alexandrov (1905-94). Died 1946

14

  • Léo Delibes’s opera Lakmé premiered in Paris, lib. P. Gille and E. Gondinet

26

  • Napoleon Orda (76) dies in Warsaw

publications

  • Émile Waldteufel’s waltz Estudiantina [Band of Students] op.191 published in Paris
Léo Delibes 1836-1891

Léo Delibes 1836-1891

May 1883

4

  • Nikolai Malko born (Semaky, Ukraine) Russo-Ukrainian conductor, pianist, writer. Died 1961

5

  • Petar Konjović born (Čurug, Serbia) Serbian composer, teacher, opera and theatre director. Died 1970

7

  • The Royal College of Music opens in London

16

  • Antonín Dvořák’s Scherzo capriccioso op.66 for orchestra premiered in Prague

24

  • Khadija Gayibova born (Tbilisi, Georgia) Azerbaijani pianist, teacher. Died 1938

25

  • Arthur Catterall born (Preston, Lancs) English violinist, conductor, teacher. Died 1943

26

  • Mamie Smith aka Mamie Robinson born (Cincinatti, OH) American jazz and blues singer, vaudevillian. Died 1946

27

  • Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky’s coronation cantata Moskva [Moscow] for choir and orchestra premiered in Moscow

28

  • George Dyson born (Halifax) English composer, teacher. Died 1964
  • Václav Talich born (Kroměříž, Czech Rep) Czech conductor, violinist, teacher. Died 1961
  • Riccardo Zandonai born (Rovereto, Italy) Italian composer. Died 1944

30

  • Ludwig Minkus’s ballet Noch’ i dyen’ [Night and Day] premiered in Moscow

Jun 1883

4

  • Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky’s Festival Coronation March premiered in Moscow

10

  • Karl Graedener (71) dies in Hamburg

12

  • Hubert Parry’s Symphony no.2 premiered in Cambridge

20

  • Ernest Chausson marries Jeanne Escudier in Paris

23

  •  Isaac Albéniz marries Rosita Jordana in Barcelona
  • Claude Debussy’s cantata Le Gladiateur for 3 voices and orchestra premiered in Paris

25

  • Prosper Sainton gives a farewell concert at the Albert Hall, London

27

  • Edward German’s The Guitar for strings premiered in London

Jul 1883

4

  • Maximilian Steinberg born (Vilnius, Lithuiania) Russian composer, teacher. Died 1946

6

  • Ciprian Porumbescu (29) dies in Ciprian-Porumbescu, Romania

7

  • Toivo Kuula born (Vaasa, Finland) Finnish composer, conductor. Died 1918

14

  • Svend Grundtvig (58) dies in Frederksberg, Denmark
  • Giacomo Puccini’s Capriccio sinfonico for orchestra premiered in Milan

19

  • Stevan Hristić born (Belgrade) Serbian composer. Died 1958

25

  • Alfredo Casella born (Turin) Italian composer, pianist, conductor, teacher. Died 1947

27

  • Franz Doppler (61) dies in Baden bei Wien, Austria

Aug 1883

15

  • The Grand Théâtre des Cordeliers in Tours, France is destroyed by fire

16

  • Hisao Tanabe born (Tokyo) Japanese musicologist, teacher, composer. Died 1984

30

  • Ángela Peralta (38) dies in Mazatlán, Mexico of yellow fever

unk

  • Gustav Mahler begins an eighteen month stint as conductor at the Königliche Schauspiele in Kassel

Sep 1883

4

  • Hubert Parry’s The Glories of Our Blood and State for chorus and orchestra premiered in Gloucester

5

  • Else Gentner-Fischer born (Frankfurt) German soprano singer. Died 1943

12

  • Gus Cannon born (Red Banks, MS) American blues bandleader, banjo player, singer, songwriter. Led Cannon’s Jug Stompers 1927-37. Died 1979

18

  • Gerald Tyrwhitt-Wilson aka Lord Berners born (Apley Park, Shropshire) English composer, novelist, painter. Died 1950

23

  • Wooden Joe Nicholas born (New Orleans) American jazz trumpeter, cornetist, clarinetist. Worked with King Oliver & the Camelia Brass Band. Died 1957

Oct 1883

3

  •  Johann Strauss II’s operetta Eine Nacht in Venedig [A Night in Venice] premiered in Berlin, lib. F. Zell and R. Genée

11

  • Fritz Stiedry born (Vienna) Austrian composer, conductor. Died 1968

14

  • Antonín Dvořák’s Violin Concerto op.53 premiered in Prague

20

  • Alexander Krein born (Nizhny Novgorod, Russia) Russian composer, music administrator. Died 1951

22

  • Victor Jacobi born (Budapest) Hungarian operetta composer. Died 1921
  • Edvard Grieg’s Cello Sonata premiered in Dresden
  • The Metropolitan Opera House opens in New York with a performance of Ambroise Thomas’s opera Mignon

26

  • Edward German’s Chanson d’Amour for violin and piano premiered in London

29

  • Johann Vesque von Püttlingen (80) dies in Vienna

30

  • Robert Volkmann (58) dies in Budapest

Nov 1883

4

  • Johann Strauss II’s waltz Lagunen-Walzer [Lagoon Waltz] premiered in Vienna
  • Emmanuel Chabrier’s rhapsody España for orchestra premiered in Paris

8

  • Arnold Bax born (London) English composer, poet, pianist. Master of the King’s Music from 1942. Died 1953
  • Anton Rubinstein’s opera Unter Räubern [among robbers] premiered in Hamburg, lib. E. Wichert

11

  • Ernest Ansermet born (Vevey, Switzerland) Swiss conductor, professor of mathematics. Founder of the Orchestre de la Suisse Romande (1918). Died 1969
  • Elena Gerhardt born (Leipzig) German mezzo-soprano singer, singing teacher. Died 1961

15

  • Augustin Barié born (Paris) French composer, organist. Died 1915

18

  • Antonín Dvořák’s Husitská, dramatická ouvertura [Hussite overture] op.67 for orchestra premiered in Prague at the reopening of the National Opera House

19

  • Engelbert Humperdinck’s incidental music for P. Calderón de la Barca’s play Der Richter von Zalamea [The Mayor of Zalamea] premiered in Cologne

27

  • Hubert Parry’s incidental music for Aristophanes’s play The Birds premiered in Cambridge

Dec 1883

1

  • Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky’s Symphony no.1 op.13 premiered in Moscow (second and final version)

2

  • Johannes Brahms’s Symphony no.3 op.90 premiered in Vienna

3

  • Anton Webern born (Vienna) Austrian composer, conductor, cellist. Died 1945
  • Gustav Hölzel (70) dies in Vienna

5

  • Emmanuel Chabrier’s Trois Valses Romantiques [three romantic waltzes] for two pianos premiered in Paris

7

  • Arthur William Foote’s String Quartet No.1 op.4 premiered in Boston

11

  • Giovanni Matteo Mario (73) dies in Rome
  • Karel Bendl’s opera Karel Skréta premiered in Prague. Lib. Eliza Krásnohorská

13

  • Edward Elgar’s Intermezzo moresque for orchestra premiered in Birmingham

14

  • Manolis Kalomiris born (Izmir, Turkey) Greek composer, music director. Founder in 1919 of the Hellenic Conservatory in Athens and in 1926 the National Conservatoire in Athens. Died 1962
  • Théodore Dubois and Louis Mérante’s ballet La Farandole premiered in Paris

15

  • Gabriel Fauré’s Elégie op.24 for cello and piano premiered in Paris

20

  • Jules Massenet’s incidental music for J. Richepin’s play Nana Sahib premiered in Paris

22

  • Edgard Varèse born (Paris) Franco-American composer, conductor, electronic music pioneer. Died 1965

23

  • Karel Miry’s opera De kleine patriot [the little patriot], lib. J. Hoste, premiered in Ghent

29

  • Clara Dow born (King’s Lynn, Norfolk) English soprano singer, actress, operetta director. Died 1969

1883 (date unknown)

  • Johan Severin Svendsen appointed principal conductor of the Royal Theatre Orchestra, Copenhagen
  • The Gretsch Company, manufacturers of drums, banjos and guitars, opens in Brooklyn
  • The Olympia Brass Band formed in New Orleans

publications

  • Edvard Grieg’s Lyric Pieces Book 2 op.38 published

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