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on June 15 in...

  • 1734 Birth of composer Johann Ernst ALTENBURG. d- 14 MAY 1801.
  • 1763 Birth of composer Franz DANZI in Mannheim. d - 13 APR 1826.
  • 1810 FP of Beethoven's incidental music to Goethe's Egmont, in Vienna.
  • 1821 Birth of Russian teacher Nikolai ZAREMBA. Director of St. Petersburg Conservatory.
  • 1843 Birth of Norwegian composer Edvard Hagerup GRIEG in Bergen. d- 4 SEP 1907.
  • 1855 Birth of German cellist and teacher Alwin SCHRODER. Boston SO, Kneisel Quartet and Schroder Quartet with brothers.
  • 1861 Birth of Czech contralto Ernestine SCHUMANN-HEINK in Prague.
  • 1864 Birth of French composer Joseph Guy Marie ROPARTZ. d- 22 NOV 1955.
  • 1865 Death of German violinist Jakob Zeugheer. Schuppanzigh Quartet, Vienna; Quartett Gebruder Herrmann, Munich (1820's).
  • 1865 Birth of composer Paul GILSON. d- 3 APR 1942.
  • 1872 Birth of German soprano Johanna GADSKI.
  • 1889 In Washington DC, outside the Smithsonian Institute, FP of The Washington Post March composer John Philip Sousa conducting the U.S. Marine Band.
  • 1894 Birth of American conductor, composer and arranger Robert Russell BENNETT in Kansas City. d- 17 AUG 1981.
  • 1898 Birth of English organist, teacher, conductor and composer Sir Thomas ARMSTRONG in Peterborough. d- Oxford 1994.
  • 1900 Birth of American composer Otto Clarence LUENING in Milwaukee, WI.Founded Columbia-Princeton Electronic Music Center.
  • 1902 Birth of German conductor Max RUDOLF in Frankfurt. Music Director Cincinnati Sym. (1958).
  • 1910 Birth of English born, American popular music composer David ROSE in London. Composer of chamber serious works and popular light instrumentals in the 1950's. MGM film orchestrator 1940's. Brief marriage to Judy Garland. 22 Grammy Awards. The Stripper, Holiday for Strings, Holiday for Trombones, Our Waltz, Little House on the Prairie, Bonanza, Sea Hunt, Highway Patrol; Highway to Heaven, The Red Skelton Show, The Tony Martin Show; d- 23 AUG 1990
  • 1919 First postage stamp honoring a living composer was issued. In Poland, honoring Paderwski.
  • 1929 Birth of Australian pianist Geoffrey PARSONS. d- 1995.
  • 1936 Birth of American trumpet virtuoso Edward TARR. Specialist in Renaissance and Baroque music.
  • 1947 Birth of British composer and professor Paul PATTERSON.
  • 1953 Birth of English cellist Rafael WALLFISCH. Studied with Piatigorsky.
  • 1959 Birth of English cellist Robert COHEN.
  • 1967 Marriage of English cellist Jacqueline DuPre and pianist-conductor Daniel Barenboim.

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