Viktor Jacobi


"Flower Clouds" (1903), pastel, 44.5 x 54.2 cm, of the painter Odilon Redon, contemporary of Jacobi (The Art Institute of Chicago)


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The musician Viktor Jacobi, author of instrumental and vocal music, was born in Budapest on the 22nd October 1883, the same year of the composers Allen, Bartels, Bastianelli, Bath, Bossi, Casella, Davison, Doelle, Hauer, Hernried, Hrimalý, Infante, Kalomiris, Kartsev, Klenau, Krein, Kunc, Lhotka, Lloyd, Luncani, Lévy, Mandic, Manén, Moonie, Perrachio, Pringsheim, Refice, Samuel, Santoliquido, Toselli. Died in New York on the 10th December 1921

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Viktor Jacobi


"A rátartós királykisasszony" was performed in 1904

"A legvitézebb huszár" has been represented in 1905

"A tengerszem tündére" has been represented in 1906

"Tüskerózsa" was performed in 1907

"Van, de nincs" has been represented in 1908

"Jánoska" has been represented in 1909

"Leányvásár" has been represented in 1911

"Sybill" was performed in 1914

"Apple Blossoms" was performed in 1919 in New York

"The Love Letter" was performed in 1921 in New York

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