1804 FP of PAËR: "Leonora, ossia L'amore conjugale" Dresden.
1807 Birth of composer Heinrich Panofka
1816 Schubert finishes his Fifth Symphony in B-flat.
1822 FP of Ludwig Von Beethoven's Consecration of the House Overture, Op. 124, composed for the opening of the Josephstadt Theater in Vienna.
1826 Beethoven finishes his F-Major String Quartet, Op 135. Beethovenhaus website says he completed it on Oct. 30.
1828 Birth of composer Woldemar Bargiel
1833 Hector Berlioz marries Henrietta Smithson at the British embassy in Paris with Liszt at witness.
1834 Birth of Czech composer Blodek VILEM in Prague. d-Prague, 1 MAY 1874. Operas, "Clarissa" (Incomplete, 1861); "Chorista" (Prague, 1862, Lost); "V studni" (In the Well) (Prague, 1867); "Zitek" (Prague, w/ com. F.X. Vana, 1934).
1835 Mendelssohn meets Schumann at the home of Clara Wieck and her father.
1853 Death of French composer George Onslow in Clermont-Ferrand. b-Clermont-Ferrand, 27 JUL 1784.
1857 FP of DELIBES: "Maître Griffard" Paris.
1860 FP of Johanness Brahms' Serenade No. 1 in D, Op. 11, in Hanover.
1866 Birth of composer Learmont Drysdale
1868 FP of SUPPÉ: "Tantalusqualen" Vienna.
1872 Birth of American composer Edward SCHNEIDER. d-1950.
1873 Birth of Danish mezzo-soprano Ellen Beck. d. Nov. 17, 1953.
1881 Birth of Polish composer and conductor Ludomir Michal ROGOWSKI in Lubin. d-Dubrovnik, Yugoslavia 14 MAR 1954. He studied music at musical academies in Poland, France and Germany. The most notable performance by Rogowski was the Miracle of St. Blasius with text written by Ivo Vojnoviæ, in 1928.
1882 Death of English contralto Adelaide Phillips. b. Stratford-on-Avon, England, 1833. Moved to the U.S. in 1840. Her mother taught dancing, and Adelaide began a career on the Boston stage at age ten [Little Pickle] "The Spoiled Child" at the Boston Museum (1843). She made her first New York appearance at Barnum's Theatre as a child dancer. In 1850, her talent for singing becan.ie evident, and through Jenny Lind and others she was sent to London and to Italy to study. In 1855, she returned to America an accomplished vocalist; and for many years she was the leading American contralto, equally successful in oratorio and on the concert platform. Phillipa appeared in concert with with Clara Kelogg (s) (1842-1916) U.S. In 1856, she made her opera debut at the New York Academy of Music [Azucena] Il Trovatore, under the name of Mademoiselle Fillippi. Phillips again sang the role of Azucena in Paris, at the Italian Opera House. She performed during the Great Peace Jubilee in Boston (1869).
1883 FP of STRAUSS: Johnn (II) "A Night In Vienna" Operetta, Berlin.
1941 Birth of Italian bass Ruggero RAIMONDI in Bologna. (Not related to tenor Gianni Riamondi, although, both were born in Bologna) MET: Début Sep. 14, 1970 [Silva] Ernani, 8 seasons (19 70-73, 81-84, 85-86, 88-89) 106 perf., 15 roles.