Ingeborg Bronsart (von Schellendorf)


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Ingeborg Bronsart (von Schellendorf), who wrote music for orchestra, chamber and vocal music, was born in San Pietroburgo on the 24th August 1840, the same year of the composers Audran, Bourgault-Ducoudray, Brassin, Chaikovsky, Deslandres, Faccio, Gerbic, Goetz, Horneman, Jacobi, Kalhauge, Kleffel, Kühner, Lenepveu, Ricordi. He died in Monaco on the 17th June 1913

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"Jery und Bätely" was performed in Weimar on the 26th of April 1873

"König Hiarne" was performed in Berlino on the 14th of February 1891

"Die Sühne" was performed in Dessau on the 11th of April 1909

"Die Göttin zu Sais" was performed in (?)

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"Arab Horses Fighting in a Stable" (1860), oil on canvas, 64.6 x 81 cm, of the painter Eugene Delacroix, contemporary of Bronsart (von Schellendorf) (Musee du Louvre, Paris)

Ingeborg Bronsart (von Schellendorf)

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