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Year Event
1821 Weber: "Der Freischutz," opera, Berlin
1822 Cesar Franck, Belgian composer, born
1822 Franz Liszt, age 11, makes his debut as in Vienna
1822 Royal Academy of Music, London, founded
1822 Schubert: Symphony No. 8 in B minor (The Unfinished)
1822 Schubert: music to "Rosamunde,"Vienna
1823 Daniel Steibelt, German composer and pianist, dies
1823 Beethoven finishes "Missa Solemnis," Opus 123
1823 "Clari, or the Maid of Milan," opera, London, Henry R. Bishop contains the song "Home Sweet Home"
1823 Sebastien Erard constructs a grand piano with double escapement
1823 Weber: "Euryanthe," opera, Vienna
1824 Giovanni Viotti, Italian violinist and composer, dies
1824 Beethoven: Symphony No. 9 in D major ("Choral"), Opus 127 Vienna
1824 Anton Bruckner, Austrian composer, born
1824 Peter von Cornelius, German composer, born
1824 Bedrich Smetana, Czech composer, born
1825 Beethoven's Symphony No. 9 first performed in England
1825 Boieldieu: "La Dame blance," opera, Paris
1825 Antonio Salieri, Italian composer, dies
1825 Johann Strauss, the "Waltz King", born
1826 Mendelssohn: Overture to " A Midsummer Night's Dream," Opus 21
1826 Weber: "Oberon," opera, London
1826 Carl Maria von Weber, German composer, dies
1827 Beethoven dies
1827 Bellini: "Il Pirate," opera, Milan
1827 Schubert: "Die Winterreise," song cycle to words by Wilhelm Muller
1828 Auber: " La Muette de Portici," Paris Opera
1828 Marschner: "Der Vampire," Leipzeig
1828 Rossini: "Le Comte Ory," Paris Opera
1828 Franz Schubert, Austrin composer, dies
1829 Bach's St. Matthew Passion rediscovered and revived by Felix Mendelssohn at Berlin Singakademie, 100 years after its first performance in Leipzeig (Good Friday, 1729)
1829 Bellini: "La Straniera," Milan
1829 Chopin's debut in Vienna
1829 Louis Gottschalk, American painist and composer, born
1829 Rossini: "Guillaume Tell," Paris Opera ( William Tell)
1829 Anton Rubinstein, Russian pianist and composer, born
1829 The concertina patented by Sir Charles Wheatstone
1830 Auber: "Fra Diavolo," Paris, Opera-Comique
1830 Bellini: "I Capuleti ed i Montecchi," Venice
1830 Hans von Bulow, German pianist and conductor, first husband of Cosima Wagner, born
1830 Donizetti: "Anna Bolena," Milan
1830 Karl Goldmark, Austro-Hungarian composer, born
1830 "Jim Crow," an early American popular song, sung by Thomas "Daddy" Rice
1830 Teodor Leshetitzky, Polish pianist and piano teacher, born
1830 Eduard Remenyi, Hungarian violinist, toured Germany with Brahms (52-53), born


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