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Year Event
1871 Daniel Auber, French composer, dies
1871 Albert Hall, London, opened
1871 "L' Internationale" ("Debout, les damnes de la Terre!") written and composed by Pottier and Degeyter, two French workers
1871 Saint-Saens: "Le Rouet d Omphale," symphonic poem, Opus 31
1871 Verdi: "Aida," Cairo
1872 Bizet: incidental music to Daudet's " L'Arlesienne"
1872 Alexandre Lecocq: " La Fille de Mme Angot," Brussels
1872 Alexander Scriabin, Russian composer, born
1873 Bruckner: Symphony No. 2, Vienna
1873 Clara Butt, English singer, born
1873 Carl Rosa Opera Company founded in England
1873 Enrico Caruso, Italian opera singer, born
1873 Feodor Chaliapin, Russian singer, born
1873 Delibes: "Le Roi L'a Dit," opera, Paris
1873 Max Reger, German composer, born
1873 Sergei Rachmaninoff, Russian composer and pianist, born
1873 Rimsky-Korsakov: " Ivan the Terrible," opera, St Petersburg
1873 Tchaichovsky: Symphony No. 2, Moscow
1874 Brahms: "Hungarian Dances"
1874 Peter Cornelius, German composer, dies
1874 Hermann Gotz: "Der Widerspenstigen Zahmung, " opera, Mannheim
1874 Gustav Holst, English composer, born
1874 Moussorgsky "Boris Godunov," St. Petersburg
1874 Paris Opera completed (begun in 1863)
1874 Arnold Schonberg, German composer, born
1874 Smetana: "Ma Vlast" ("My Fatherland"), cycle of symphonic poems
1874 Johann Strauss II: "Die Fledermaus," operetta, Vienna
1874 Verdi: "Requiem", Milan
1875 Bizet: "Carmen, " Paris
1875 Georges Bizet, French composer, dies
1875 Ignaz Brull: "Das goldene Kreuz," opera, Berlin
1875 Samuel Coleridge-Taylor, English composer, born
1875 "Trial by Jury" first Gilbert and Sullivan operetta
1875 Karl Goldmark: "Die Konigin von Saba," opera, Vienna
1875 Maurice Ravel, French composer, born
1875 Tchaikovsky: Piano Concerto No. 1, Opus 23, Boston
1876 Bayreuth Festspielhaus opens with first complete performance of Wagner's "Ring des Nibelungen"
1876 Brahms: Symphony No. 1, Opus 68
1876 Pablo Casals, Spanish Cellist, born
1876 Leo Delibes: "Sylvia," ballet, Paris
1876 Manuel de Falla, Spanish composer, born
1876 Ponchielli:"La Gioconda," opera, Milan
1876 Wagner: "Siegfried," opera, Bayreuth
1876 Bruno Walter, German conductor, born
1876 Ermanno Wolf-Ferrari, Italian-German composer, born
1877 Brahms: Symphony No. 2, Opus 75
1877 Ernst von Dohnanyi, Hungarian pianist and composer, born
1877 Publication of complete edition of Mozart's works begins (completed in 1904)
1877 Camille Saint-Saens: "Samson et Delila," opera, Weimar
1877 Tchaikovsky: "Francesca da Rimini," symphonic poem
1878 A.W. Ambros: "Geschichte der Musik"
1878 Rutland Boughton, English composer, born
1878 Gilbert and Sullivan: "H.M.S. Pinafore"
1878 George Grove begins "Dictionary of Music and Musicians" (first complete edition 1889)
1879 Millocker: "Grafin Dubarry," operetta, Vienna
1879 Suppe: "Boccaccio," operetta, Vienna
1879 Tchaikovsky: "Eugen Onegin," opera, Moscow
1880 Henri Wieniawski, Polish violinist and conductor, dies
1880 Ernest Bloch, Swiss - American composer, born
1880 Gilbert and Sullivan: "The Pirates of Penzance"
1880 London Guildhall School of Music founded
1880 Jacques Offenbach, French composer, dies
1880 Philipp Spitta "Johann Sebastian Bach," biography
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