Ernst Haberbier

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Born: 5 October 1813 — Königsberg (now Kaliningrad) — Germany (now Russia)
Died: 12 March 1869 — Bergen — Norway
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  • Études poésies

Life

Excellent piano player.

In 1832 he went to Petersburg where he be came a successful concert player and teacher (among others of grand-duchess Alexandra).

From 1850 onwards, he undertook long concert journeys. In 1852 he returned to Russia and lived alernately in Petersburg and Moscow.

He died, you could say, in the harness: at the piano, during a concert.

References

  1. Hugo Riemann, Musik-Lexikon, 9th ed., Max Hellers Verlag, Berlin, 1919.

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(1801) Franz Joseph Haydn: Premiere of Die Jahreszeiten (The Seasons), in Vienna, Austria.
(1866) Max Bruch: Premiere of Bruch's violin concerto no. 1 in g minor op. 26, in Koblenz, Germany, with Joachim playing violin and Bruch conducting.
(1866) Joseph Joachim: Premiere of Bruch's violin concerto no. 1 in g minor op. 26, in Koblenz, Germany, with Joachim playing violin and Bruch conducting.
(1911) Alban Berg: Premiere of piano sonata op. 1 and string quartet op. 3, in Vienna, Austria.
(1953) Karl Amadeus Hartmann: Premiere of Symphony no. 6, in Munich, Germany.

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