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Incoming correspondence, ca. 1857-1890.

Author: Eduard Lassen
Edition/Format:   Archival material : German
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Letters stem from the time that Lassen was music director in Weimar. The correspondents are primarily musicians and others connected with the musical world. Several letters are requests for performances of Lassen's owncompositions, such as Oedipus Rex and the Symphony in D major. A letter from Franz Dingelstedt, impressario at the Weimar Opera, discusses a Wagner production. Other correspondents include Peter  Read more...
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Named Person: Désirée Artôt; Louis Brassin; Peter Cornelius; Bernhard Cossmann; Leopold Damrosch; Franz von Dingelstedt; Robert Franz; Hubert Léonard; Izydor Lotto; Catulle Mendès; Ernst Pasqué; Ferdinand Pauvels; Emil Scaria; Aloys Schmitt; Edouard Schuré; Joseph Servais; Jules de Swert; Wilhelm Taubert; Albert Traeger; Albert Traeger; Wilhelm Taubert; Jules de Swert; Edouard Schuré; Aloys Schmitt; Catulle Mendès; Hubert Léonard; Robert Franz; Franz von Dingelstedt; Leopold Damrosch; Bernhard Cossmann; Peter Cornelius; Louis Brassin; Désirée Artôt
Document Type: Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Eduard Lassen
OCLC Number: 122510396
Notes: Letters arranged chronologically, then alphabetically by sender. Sixteen letters written in German and fifteen letters written in French.
Description: 31 letters
Other Titles: Oedipus Rex.
Symphony in D major.

Abstract:

Letters stem from the time that Lassen was music director in Weimar. The correspondents are primarily musicians and others connected with the musical world. Several letters are requests for performances of Lassen's owncompositions, such as Oedipus Rex and the Symphony in D major. A letter from Franz Dingelstedt, impressario at the Weimar Opera, discusses a Wagner production. Other correspondents include Peter Cornelius (Danis tenor), Joseph Servais (Begian cellist), Albert Traeger, Wilhelm Taubert (German pianist, conductor and composer), Jules de Swert (Belgian cellist and composer), Bernhard Cossmann (German cellist), Leopold Damrosch (German-American violinist and conductor), Emil Scaria (Austrian singer), Desiree Artot (Belgian soprano), Louis Brassin (French pianist), Robert Franz (German composer), Izydor Lotto (Polish composer), Hubert Leonard (Belgian violinist and composer), Catulle Mendes (French author), Edouard Schure (Austrian writer on music), Ernest Heinrich Anton Pasque, Aloys Schmitt (German pianist and composer) and Ferdinand Pauvels.

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