PREVIOUS Music History Timeline - 1831 to 1840 NEXT

    

Year Event
1831 Sebastien Erard, French manufacturer of Pianofortes, dies
1831 Bellini: "La Sonnambula," Milan, Teatro Carcano, and "Norma," Milan, La Scala
1831 Chopin arrives in Paris
1831 Herold: "Zampa," Paris, Opera-Comique
1831 Joseph Joachim, German violinist, founder of the Joachim Quartet, born
1831 Meyerbeer: "Robert le Diable," Paris Opera
1831 Ignaz Pleyel, French Austrian composer and pianoforte maker, dies
1832 Bonifacio Asioli, Italian music scholar and composer, dies
1832 Berlioz: "Symphonie Fantastique," Opus 14, revised version, Paris
1832 Muzio Clementi, Italian composer and pianist dies
1832 Leopold Damrosch, German- American comductor, born
1832 Donizetti: "L'Elisir d'Amore," Milan, Teatro della Canobbiana
1832 Manuel Garcia, Spanish tenor ,composer and singing teacher, father of three famous singers: Maria Malibran, Michelle Viardot and Manuel Garcia Jr., dies
1832 Ferdinand Herold: Le Pre aux clercs," Paris
1832 Karl Friedrich Zelter, German composer and conductor, Goethe's friend and musical advisor, dies
1833 Johannes Brahms, German composer, born
1833 Chopin: Twleve Etudes, Opus 10
1833 Heinrich Marschner: "Hans Heiling," romantic opera, Berlin
1833 Mendelssohn: "Italian Symphony," Opus 90, London
1834 Adolphe Adam: "Le Chalet," Paris
1834 John Barnett: " The Mountain Sylph," opera, London
1834 Berlioz: "Harold en Italie," symphony based on Byron's "Childe Harold," Opus 16, Paris
1834 Francois-Adrien Boieldieu, French opera composer, dies
1834 Aleksandr Porfyrevich Borodin, Russian composer, born
1834 Fanny Elssler, Austrian ballerina, makes her sensational debut at the Paris Opera (La Tempete)
1834 Konradin Kreutzer: "Das Nachtlager in Granada" (The Night at Camp Grenada),romantic opera, Vienna
1834 Sir Charles Santley, English baritone, born
1834 Cesar Cui, Russian composer, on of the great five, born
1835 Vincenzo Bellini, Italian composer, dies
1835 Donizetti: "Lucia di Lammermoor," opera, Naples, Teatro San Carlo
1835 Halevy: "La Juive," opera, Paris
1835 Camille Saint-Saens, French composer, born
1835 Theodore Thomas, German American conductor, born
1835 Henri Wieniawski, Polish violinist and conductor, born
1836 Johann Schenck, Austrian composer, dies
1836 Adolphe Adam: "Le Postillon do long jumeau," Paris, Opera-Comique
1836 Leo Delibes, French composer, born
1836 Glinka: " A Life for the Tzar," first Russian opera, St Petersburg
1836 Maria Malibran, French-Spanish soprano, dies
1836 Mendelssohn: "St. Paul," oratorio, Dusseldorf
1836 Meyerbeer: "Les Huguenots," Paris Opera
1836 Richard Wagner marries Minna Planer in Magdeburg
1837 Auber: "Le Domino noir," Paris, Opera-Comique
1837 Mily Balakirev, Russian compose, founder of the "Great Five" group, born
1837 Berlioz: "Grande Messe des Morts," Opus 5, Paris
1837 Theodore Dubois, French composer and organist, born
1837 John Field, English pianist and composer, dies
1837 Johann Nepomik Hummel, Austro-Hungarian composer and pianist, dies
1837 J.F. Lesueur, French composer, dies
1837 Lortzing: "Zar und Zimmerman" (Czar and the Carpenter), Leipzig
1837 Cosima, daughter of Franz Liszt, second wife of Richard Wagner, born
1837 Emile Waldteufel, French waltz and dance composer, born
1837 Nicola Zingarelli, Italian composer, choirmaster of St. Peters, Rome dies
1838 Thomas Attwood, English composer and organist, dies
1838 Beloiz: "Benvenuto Cellini," opera, Paris Opera
1838 Georges Bizet, French composer, born
1838 Max Bruch, German composer, born
1838 Chopin's liason with George Sand begins
1838 JennyLind make debut in Stockholm (in Weber's "Der Freischutz")
1839 A. Carlos Gomez, Brazilian composer, born
1839 Modest Petrovich Moussorgsky, Russian composer, born
1839 John K. Paine, American musicologist and music teacher, born
1839 James Rider Randall, American song writer ("Maryland, My Maryland") born
1839 Mendelssohn conducts the first performances of Franz Schubert's Symphony in C major ("The Great"), composed in1828, Leipzig,Gewandhaus
1840 French insturment maker A. F. Debain constructs the first harmonium (orgue expressif), patented in 1842
1840 Donizetti: "La Fille du Regiment," Paris, Opera-Comique
1840 Fanny Elssler, the Viennese dancer, tour the USA
1840 Franz Xaver Haberl, German musical scholar, born
1840 Nicolo Paganini, Italian composer and violinist, dies
1840 Robert Schumann marries Clara Wieck
1840 Peter Ilich Tchaikovsky, Russian composer, born
1840 The Swabian merchant Max Schneckenburger writes at the time of a French invasion threat the poem "Wacht am Rhein" (Watch on the Rhine"); set to music 14 years later by the conductor Carl Wilhelm to become Germany's most popular patriotic song in the days of the Franco- Prussian war
PREVIOUS NEXT

HISTORY OF MUSIC
GLOSSARY OF MUSICAL TERMS
PORTRAIT GALLERY
CLASSICAL MIDI FILES
LINKS
EMAIL

Enter keyword(s) to search this site :
Google