1888-89

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Jan 1888

1

  • Frank Stokes born (Whitehaven, TN) American blues singer, guitarist, songwriter, blacksmith (Beale Street Sheiks). Died 1955

5

  • Henri Herz (84) dies in Paris

6

  • Antonín Dvořák’s String Quartet no.1 op.2 & Piano Quintet op.81 premiered in Prague

12

  • Claude Delvincourt born (Paris) French pianist, composer, theatre director. Died 1954

14

  • Stephen Heller (74) dies in Paris

16

  • Gabriel Fauré’s Requiem op.48 (first version) premiered in Paris
  • Charles Ives’s Holiday Quickstep for piccolo, 2 cornets, piano and 2 violins premiered in Danbury, CT

20

  • Carl Maria von Weber’s opera Die drei Pintos komische [the three comic Pintos] premiered in Leipzig, lib. T. Hell. Completed by Gustav Mahler

21

  • Huddie Ledbetter aka Lead Belly born (Mooringsport, LA) American folk and blues singer, guitarist, songwriter. Died 1949

22

  • Anton Bruckner’s Symphony no.4 premiered in Vienna (third and final version)

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  • Johann Strauss II’s waltz Donauweibchen op. 427 [Danube Mermaids] premiered in Vienna
  • Karl Michael Ziehrer’s waltz Weaner Madl’n [Viennese Girls] op.388 premiered in Vienna

Feb 1888

2

  • Louis Keppard born (New Orleans, LA) American jazz guitarist, tuba player. Worked with the Magnolia Band, Tuxedo Brass Band & The Olympia Orchestra. Brother of Freddie Keppard (1890-1933). Died 1986

8

  • Matthijs Vermeulen born (Helmond, Netherlands) Dutch composer, journalist. Died 1967

9

  • Ernst Mehlich born (Berlin) German-Brazilian composer, conductor. Died 1977
  • Sixteenth century composer and bishop Giovanni Giovenale Ancina (1545-1604) is beatified by Pope Leo XIII

10

  • William Murdoch born (Bendingo, Victoria) Australian composer, pianist, author. Died 1942

11

  • Alberto Franchetti’s opera Asrael premiered in Reggio nell’Emilia, lib. F. Fontana
  • Charles Lecocq’s opera La volière [the aviary], lib. Charles Nuitter and Alexandre Beaume, premiered in Paris

14

  • Alfred and François Cellier’s operetta Mrs. Jarramie’s Genie premiered in London. Lib. Frank Desprez

16

  • André Messager’s opera Les premières armes de Louis XV [The first arms of Louis XV] premiered in Paris, lib. A. Carré

20

  • Vasyl Barvinsky born (Ternopil, Ukraine) Ukrainian composer, conductor, pianist, teacher. Died 1963

22

  • Jean-Delphin Alard (72) dies in Paris

23

  • Edward Elgar’s Suite in D for orchestra premiered in Birmingham

25

  • Benjamin Godard’s opera Jocelyn premiered in Brussels. Lib. Godard
  • Karel Miry’s opera La Napolitaine [the Neapolitan], lib. J. de Bruyne, premiered in Antwerp

27

  • Charlotte ‘Lotte’ Lehmann born (Perleberg, Germany) German soprano singer. Died 1976

28

  • Gabriel Fauré’s Pavane & Clair de lune [moonlight] for piano premiered in Paris
  • Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky’s Pezzo capriccioso op.62 for cello and orchestra premiered in Paris

29

  • Fanny Heldy aka Marguerite Virginie Emma Clémentine Deceuninck born (Ath, Belgium) Belgian soprano singer. Died 1973

Mar 1888

5

  • Peg Leg Howell aka Joshua Barnes Howell born (Eatonton, GA) American blues singer, guitarist. Lost his right leg when shot in a brawl c. 1920. Died 1966

7

  • Alcide ‘Slow Drag’ Pavageau born (New Orleans) American jazz bassist, guitarist. Worked with Buddy Pettit, George Lewis, Bunk Johnson and Louis Cottrell among others. Died 1969

10

  • César Franck’s symphonic poem Psyché premiered in Paris

11

  • Antonín Dvořák’s Symphony no.2 op.4 premiered in Prague

12

  • Hans Knappertsbusch born (Wuppertal) German conductor. Died 1965

21

  • Thomas German Reed (70) dies in East Sheen, Surrey

26

  • Walter Bache (45) dies in London

29

  • Charles-Valentin Alkan (74) dies in Paris

Apr 1888

3

  • Neville Cardus born (Manchester) English journalist, music critic, cricket writer. Died 1975
  • Edward MacDowell’s Piano Concerto no.1 op.15 premiered in Boston

17

  • Maggie Teyte born (Wolverhampton) English soprano singer, singing teacher. Died 1976

18

  • Frida Leider born (Berlin) German soprano singer. Died 1975

21

  • Julius Weissenborn (51) dies in Leipzig

May 1888

3

  • Emil von Reznicek’s opera Satanella premiered in Prague. Lib. von Reznicek
  • Edvard Grieg plays his first London piano concert

6

  • Géza Zichy’s opera A vár története [History of the castle], lib. Zichy, premiered in Budapest

7

  • Edward Elgar’s Three Pieces for strings premiered in Worcester
  • Édouard Lalo’s opera Le roi d’Ys [The King of Ys], lib. Édouard-Alfred Blau, premiered in Paris

10

  • Max Steiner born (Vienna) Austro-American composer, especially of film soundtracks. Died 1971

11

  • Irving Berlin aka Israel Baline born (Temun, Russia) American popular songwriter. Died 1989

15

  • Chief Trumpeter Cassi’s Bugle Calls is recorded for the first time. It is the first commercially available recording made for Berliner Grammofon

25

  • Anatoly Nikolayevich Alexandrov born (Tomsk) Russian composer, pianist. Died 1982

27

  • Louis Durey born (Paris) French composer. Member of ‘Les Six’. Died 1979

31

  • Jean Sibelius’ Theme and Variations for string quartet premiered in Helsinki

Jun 1888

3

  • Tom Brown born (New Orleans, LA) American jazz bandleader, trombonist, string bassist. Worked with Papa Jack Laine’s Reliance Band, Tom Brown’s Band from Dixieland, Harry Yerkes Band, Ray Miller’s Black & White Melody Boys and others. Brother of Steve Brown (1890-1965). Died 1958
  • Carl Riedel (60) dies in Leipzig

6

  • Pete Wendling born (New York, NY) American jazz and popular composer, pianist. Recorded piano rolls for the Rhythmodik Music Roll Company 1914-16, American Piano Company 1916-18 and QRS 1918-25. Died 1974

9

  • Hugo Kauder born (Tovačov, Czech Rep) Austrian composer, teacher, music theorist. Died 1972

13

  • Elisabeth Schumann born (Merseburg, Germany) German soprano singer. Died 1952

14

  • Thomas Alva Edison founds the North American Phonograph Company

22

  • Edmund Neupert (46) dies in Oslo

27

  • Charles Villiers Stanford’s Symphony No.3 op.28 premiered in London

29

  • Richard Wagner’s opera Die Feen [the fairies] premiered in Munich, lib. Wagner
  • The oldest surviving musical recordings are made at Crystal Palace, London, consisting of choral music by Handel cut on a phonograph cylinder
Original share certificate for the North American Phonograph Company

Original share certificate for the North American Phonograph Company

Jul 1888

11

  • Johanna Beyer born (Leipzig) German-American composer, pianist. Died 1944

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  • Pierre De Geyter’s setting of The Internationale first performed in Lille
  • Charles Hallé marries Wilma Neruda in London

Aug 1888

5

  • Ralph Vaughan Williams’ Trio for piano and strings in G premiered at Charterhouse school

6

  • Heinrich Schlusnus born (Braubach, Germany) German baritone singer. Died 1952

8

  • César Vezzani born (Bastia) Corsican tenor singer. Died 1951

11

  • Friedrich Trautwein born (Würzburg, German) German physicist, inventor, teacher, electronic music pioneer. Inventor of the Trautonium. Died 1956

15

  • Albert Spalding born (Chicago) American violinist, composer, teacher. Died 1953

16

  • Armand J. Piron born (New Orleans, LA) American jazz bandleader, violinist, composer. Led The Olympia Orchestra & Piron’s New Orleans Orchestra. Died 1943

20

  • William Chappell (78) dies in London

29

  • Hubert Parry’s oratorio Judith premiered in Birmingham

publications

  • Erik Satie’s first Gymnopédie for piano published in Paris

Sep 1888

4

  • Carl Nielsen’s Little Suite op.1 for strings premiered in Copenhagen

12

  • Maurice Chevalier born (Paris) French actor, popular singer. Died 1972

Oct 1888

2

  • John Ella (85) dies in London
  • Gustav Mahler begins a two and a half year stint as director of the Royal Hungarian Opera in Budapest

3

  • W.S. Gilbert & Arthur Sullivan’s operetta The Yeomen of the Guard premiered in London (423 performances)

4

  • Josef Bayer’s ballet Die Puppenfee [The Fairy Doll] premiered in Vienna

6

  • Max Butting born (Berlin) German composer, journalist, co-founder of the Deutsche Akademie der Künste (GDR 1950). Died 1976

7

  • Cecil Coles born (Kirkcudbright) Scottish composer. Died 1918

9

  • Edward Elgar’s Ecce sacerdos magnus [Behold a great priest] for choir and organ premiered in Worcester

11

  • Emil Bohnke born (Zduńska Wola, Poland) German viola player, composer, conductor. Died 1928
  • Piero Coppola born (Milan) Italian composer, conductor, pianist. Died 1971

14

  • Ernest Pingoud born (St Petersburg) Finnish composer. Died 1942

27

  • Franz Suppé’s operetta Die Jagd nach dem Glück [The pursuit of happiness], lib. Bruno Zappert and Richard Genee, premiered in Vienna

Nov 1888

3

  • Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov’s symphonic suite Scheherazade premiered in St Petersburg
  • The Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra of Amsterdam gives its inaugural concert at the Concertgebouw in Amsterdam conducted by Willem Kes

4

  • Emmanuel Chabrier’s Prélude pastoral & Joyeuse marche for orchestra premiered in Paris

5

  • Ernest Chausson’s incidental music for Shakespeare’s play La tempête [The Tempest] premiered in Paris

8

  • Gabriel Fauré’s incidental music for A. Dumas père’s play Caligula premiered in Paris

9

  • Fritz Kreisler makes his American debut in Boston aged 13

15

  • William Denis Browne born (Leamington Spa, Warks) English composer, critic, keyboard player. Died 1915
  • Artie Matthews born (Braidwood, IL) American ragtime pianist, songwriter. Died 1958

17

  • Jakob Dont (73) dies in Vienna
  • Emile Pessard’s incidental music for Charles de Courcy and Henri Bocage’s comedy Tartarin sur les Alpes [Tartarin on the Alps] premiered in Paris
  • Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky’s Symphony no.5 op.64 premiered in St Petersburg

19

  • Felix Salmond born (london) English cellist, cello teacher. Died 1952
  • Antonín Dvořák’s String Quartet no.8 op.80 premiered in Hamburg

26

  • Francisco Canaro aka Pirincho born (San José de Mayo, Uruguay) Uruguayan violinist, tango orchestra leader, music administrator. Died 1964

30

  • Karl Michael Ziehrer’s operetta Ein Deutschmeister [A German master], lib. Richard Genee and Bruno Zappert, premiered in Vienna

Dec 1888

1

  • Victor Herbert’s Serenade for String Orchestra op.12 premiered in New York

2

  • Franz Xaver Witt (54) dies in Landshut, Germany
  • Johann Strauss II’s waltz Kaiser-Jubiläum-Jubelwalzer op. 434 [Emperor Jubilation] premiered in Vienna

15

  • Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov’s overture Russian Easter Festival premiered in St Petersburg

19

  • Fritz Reiner born (Budapest) Hungarian conductor. Died 1963

21

  • Johannes Brahms’s Violin Sonata no.3 op.108 premiered in Budapest

24

  • Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky’s overture Hamlet op.67 premiered in St Petersburg

26

  • André Messager’s opera Isoline premiered in Paris, lib. C. Mendès

28

  • Gabriel von Wayditch born (Budapest) Hungarian-American opera composer. Died 1969

29

  • Arthur Sullivan’s incidental music for Shakespeare’s play Macbeth premiered in London

1888 (date unknown)

  • Rudolf Dittrich appointed Art Director of the Tokyo School of Music
  • Alexander Mackenzie appointed principal of the Royal Academy of Music, London, a position he holds until 1924

publications

  • Edvard Grieg’s Lyric Pieces Book 4 op.47 published

releases

  • Chief Trumpeter Cassi – Bugle Calls (Berliner Grammofon)
Alexander Mackenzie 1847-1935

Alexander Mackenzie 1847-1935

Jan 1889

10

  • Martin Andreas Udbye (68) dies in Trondheim

11

  • Leos Janáček’s Lachian Dances for orchestra premiered in Olomouc

14

  • Ema Pukšec (54) dies in Munich
  • Charles Villiers Stanford’s Symphony no.4 op.31; Suite op.32 for violin and orchestra & Festival Overture op.33 ‘Queen of the Seas’  premiered in Berlin

17

  • Karl Goldmark’s opera Die Kriegsgefangene [the prisoners of war], lib. Goldmark, premiered in Vienna

19

  • Francis Hueffer (43) dies in London

20

  • Giovanni Bottesini appointeddirector of Parma Conservatory

22

  • The Columbia Phonograph company is formed in Washington, DC

23

  • Selina Dolaro (39) dies in New York following a stroke

29

  • Francisco Santiago born (Bulacan, Philippines) Filipino composer, teacher. Died 1947

31

  • Joseph Gungl (78) dies in Weimar

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  • Karl Michael Ziehrer’s polka Ballfieber [Ball Fever] op.406 premiered in Vienna

Feb 1889

1

  • Richard Strauss’ Second Festmarsch premiered in Munich

4

  • Johannes Brahms’s Spätherbst Der graue Nebel [the grey mist of late autumn] & Warum? Warum doch erschallen Why? Why does it ring out[] op.92/2 & 4 for 4 voices and piano premiered in Frankfurt

7

  • Claudia Muzio born (Pavia, Italy) Italian soprano singer. Died 1936

9

  • Francesco Cilea’s opera Gina premiered in Naples. Lib. Enrico Ettore Golisciani

12

  • Riccardo Drigo’s ballet Le Talisman premiered in St Petersburg
  • Antonín Dvořák’s opera Jakobín [The Jacobin] premiered in Prague, lib. M. Červinková-Riegrová (first version)

14

  • Hubert Parry’s Sonata in D for violin and piano premiered in London

16

  • Gabriel Fauré’s Valse-Caprice no.2 op.38 for piano premiered in Paris

17

  • Geoffrey Toye born (Winchester) English conductor, composer, opera composer. Died 1942
  • César Franck’s Symphonie in d premiered in Paris

20

  • Levko Revutsky born (Pryluky, Ukraine) Ukrainian composer, teacher, musicologist. Died 1977

26

  • Karl Davydov (50) dies in Moscow

27

  • Antonín Dvořák’s String Quartet No.8 op.80 premiered in Boston

Mar 1889

3

  • Sydney Smith (49) dies in London

5

  • Edward MacDowell’s Piano Concerto no.2 op.23 premiered in New York

7

  • Isaac Albéniz’s Escenas sinfónicos for orchestra premiered in Madrid

13

  • Enrico Tamberlik (68) dies in Paris

15

  • Billy Jones born (New York, NY) American popular singer, radio entertainer. Half of the Happiness Boys with Ernie Hare (1883-1939). Died 1940

16

  • Elsie Janis (Bierbower) born (Columbus, OH) American popular singer, songwriter, actress, screenwriter. Died 1956
  • Edward German’s incidental music for Shakespeare’s play Richard III premiered in London

21

  • Alexander Vertinsky born (Kiev) Russian bass singer, actor, poet, composer, cabaret artist. Died 1957
  • Amy Beach’s Valse-caprice op.4 for piano premiered in Boston

27

  • Moritz Fürstenau (64) dies in Dresden
  • Richard Heuberger’s opera Manuel Venegas premiered in Leipzig. Lib. Heuberger

31

  • Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky’s Legenda [Legend] for choir premiered in St Petersburg

Apr 1889

3

  • Grigoraş Dinicu born (Bucharest) Romanian violinist, composer. Died 1949
  • Johannes Brahms’ Five Songs op.104 for chorus premiered in Vienna

6

  • Frederick Ouseley (63) dies in Hereford

8

  • Adrian Boult born (Chester) English conductor, teacher. Died 1983
  • Emil Frey born (Baden, Switzerland) Swiss composer, pianist, teacher. Died 1946

9

  • Jean-Baptiste Arban (74) dies in Paris

11

  • Nick LaRocca born (New Orleans, LA) American jazz bandleader, cornetist. Led the Original Dixieland Jazz Band. Died 1961

13

  • Jean Sibelius’ Suite for string trio premiered in Helsinki

19

  • Edward Norman Hay born (Faversham, Kent) Anglo-Irish composer, teacher, musicologist, critic. Died 1943

20

  • Alfred Cellier’s operetta Doris premiered in London. Lib. Benjamin Charles Stephenson

21

  • Giacomo Puccini’s opera Edgar premiered in Milan, lib. F. Fontana (first version)

23

  • Riccardo Drigo’s ballet La Flûte magique premiered in St Petersburg

27

  • César Franck’s La procession for voice and orchestra premiered in Paris

28

  • Carl Nielsen’s String Quintet in G premiered in Copenhagen

30

  • Carl Rosa (47) dies in Paris following a heart attack

May 1889

8

  • Edward Elgar marries Caroline Alice Roberts at Brompton Oratory

15

  • Jules Massenet’s opera Esclarmonde premiered in Paris, lib. E. Blau and L. de Gramont

20

  • Felix Arndt born (New York, NY) American popular songwriter, pianist. Died 1918

23

  • Hubert Parry’s Symphony no.3 “English” premiered in London

24

  • North American Phonograph makes its first commercially available musical recordings

25

  • Gilardo Gilardi born (San Fernanado, Argentina) Argentinian composer, conductor, pianist. Died 1963
  • Sverre Jordan born (Oslo) Norwegian composer, conductor, critic. Died 1971

29

  • Jean Sibelius’ String Quartet in A minor premiered in Helsinki

30

  • Silverio Franconetti (57) dies in Seville

Jun 1889

5

  • Al Hopkins born (Watauga County, NC) American country singer, pianist. Worked with The Hill Billies & The Buckle Busters. Died 1932

15

  • John Philip Sousa’s march The Washington Post premiered in Washington, DC

26

  • Ambroise Thomas’ ballet La tempête premiered in Paris

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  • Giovanni Bottesini gives his last solo concert in Parma
John Philip Sousa 1854-1932

John Philip Sousa 1854-1932

Jul 1889

1

  • Hubert Parry’s Symphony no.4 premiered in London

4

  • Joe Young born (New York, NY) American lyricist. Worked with Sam Lewis (1885-1959). Died 1939
  • Auguste Mermet (79) dies in Paris

7

  • Giovanni Bottesini (67) dies in Parma

10

  • Noble Sissle born (Indianapolis, IA) American jazz bandleader, composer, singer, playwright. Worked with Eubie Blake. Died 1975

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  • Max Wagenknecht’s collection of organ pieces 58 Vor- und Nachspiele op.5 completed

Aug 1889

6

  • Giuseppe Capponi (56) dies in Cantiano, Italy

10

  • Cecil Armstrong Gibbs born (Chelmsford) English composer, teacher. Died 1960

19

  • Jean Sibelius’ Tempo di valse [Lulu Waltz] for cello and piano premiered in Loviisa, Finland

Sep 1889

9

  • Johannes Brahms’s Fest- und Gedenksprüche op.109/1-3 [Festive and memorial awards] for choir premiered in Hamburg

10

  • Vilém Petrželka born (Brno) Czech composer, conductor. Died 1967

26

  • Frank Crumit born (Jackson, OH) American popular singer, songwriter, comedian. Died 1943

27

  • Carlos Gomes’s opera Lo schiavo [the slave], lib. Rodolfo Paravicini, premiered in Rio de Janeiro

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  • Carl Nielsen appointed violinist in the Copenhagen Royal Theatre Orchestra, a job he keeps until 1905
  • Raffaello Squarise emigrates to Dunedin, New Zealand

Oct 1889

3

  • Manuel Manetta born (New Orleans, LA) American jazz multi-instrumentalist. Played violin, guitar, piano, cornet, saxophone and trombone. Worked with Buddy Bolden, The Eagle Brass Band, Tuxedo Brass Band, Kid Ory & Papa Celestin. Died 1969
  • Karel Miry (66) dies in Ghent

6

  • The Moulin Rough [Red Windmill] nightclub opens in Montmartre, Paris

10

  • Adolf von Henselt (75) dies in Jelenia Góra, Poland, of heart disease

11

  • Hubert Parry’s Ode on St Cecilia’s Day for chorus and orchestra premiered in Leeds

14

  • Spencer Williams born (New Orleans, LA) American jazz and popular pianist, composer, singer. Died 1965

19

  • Art Satherley born (Bristol) Anglo-American record producer, promoter. Died 1986

21

  • Johann Strauss II’s waltz Kaiser-Walzer premiered in Berlin

24

  • Loïsa Puget (79) dies in Paris

Nov 1889

4

  • Alton Adams born (St Thomas, US Virgin Islands) American composer, bandmaster. The first black bandmaster in the US Navy (1917). Died 1987

8

  • Emil von Reznicek’s opera Emmerich Fortunat premiered in Prague. Lib. von Reznicek

11

  • Edward Elgar’s Salut d’amour op.12 for orchestra premiered in London
  • Richard Strauss’ tone poem Don Juan premiered in Weimar

13

  • Gustav Mahler’s songs Frühlingsmorgen[spring mornings]; Scheiden und Meiden [divorce and avoidance] & Erinnerung [memento] premiered in Budapest

20

  • Gustav Mahler’s Symphony no.1 ‘Titan’ premiered in Budapest

23

  • Edward Solomon’s comic opera The Red Hussar opens in London (175 performances). Lib. Henry Pottinger Stephens
  • Louis Glass, manager of the Pacific Phonograph Company, installs the world’s first coin operated phonograph at the Palais Royal Saloon, San Francisco. The machine earns over $1000 in its first six months.

24

  • Frederic Clay (51) dies at home in Marlow, Buckinghamshire, in his bathtub. The verdict is suicide
  • Mykola Lysenko’s opera Natalka Poltavka premiered in Odessa. Lib. Mychailo Staryshkyi

25

  • Antonín Dvořák’s String Quintet op.77 premiered in Boston, MA (second and final version)

29

  • Milenko Paunović born (Újszentiván, Hungary) Serbian composer, writer. Died 1924

30

  • Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky’s A greeting to Anton Rubinstein for his golden jubilee as an artist for choir premiered in St Petersburg

Dec 1889

2

  • Konstancja Gładkowska (79) dies in Skierniewice, Poland
  • Johannes Brahms makes a short piano recording for the Thomas Edison company

3

  • Anton Rubinstein’s opera Goryusha [The Doleful One] premiered in St Petersburg, lib. D. Averkiyev

7

  • W.S. Gilbert & Arthur Sullivan’s operetta The Gondoliers premiered in London (554 performances)

10

  • The Auditorium Theater (arch. Dankmar Adler and Louis Sullivan) opens in Chicago

15

  • Karl Formes (74) dies in San Francisco of heart failure

16

  • Pietro Mascagni’s Danza Boema [Bohemian dance] & Marcia Militare [Military march] for orchestra premiered in Cerignola

17

  • Gabriel Fauré’s incidental music for E. de Haraucourt’s play Shylock premiered in Paris

18

  • André Messager’s operetta Le mari de la reine [the Queen’s wedding] premiered in Paris, lib. E. Grenet-Dancourt and O. Pradels

25

  • Nathaniel Shilkret born (New York, NY) American composer, conductor, clarinetist, pianist, record executive, music director. Died 1982

31

  • Giuseppe Apolloni (67) dies in Vicenza
Pietro Mascagni 1863-1945

Pietro Mascagni 1863-1945

1889 (date unknown)

publications

  • Charles Villiers Stanford & C.L. Graves’s Blarney Ballads published in London

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