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JEZEK MUSEUM

JEZEK MUSEUM A stone’s throw from the Charles Bridge, on the right bank of the Vltava river in the Prague Old Town (Stare Misto), is Kaprova Street. The composer Jaroslav …

Kalman Imre Muzeum

Kalman Imre Muzeum Imre (or Emmerich) Kalman, the affable Hungarian-born composer of such operettas as Die Csardasftirstin (1915), Grafin Mariza (1924) and Die Zirkusprin-zessin (1926), is twice commemorated: at his …

JORA MUSEUM

JORA MUSEUM In the Rosetti family museum at Tescani-Bacaeu, best known for its connections with George Enescu, one small room is devoted to the memory of the Romanian composer Mihail …

KIENZL MUSEUM

KIENZL MUSEUM The Austrian opera composer Wilhelm Kienzl was born on 17 January 1857 in a first-floor room of a 16th-century inn in the small market town of Waizenkirchen, about …

HASSE MUSEUM

HASSE MUSEUM The most successful composer of mid-18th-century opera seria, Johann Adolf Hasse, was born in 1699 in Bergedorf, a small town 18 km south of Hamburg. His father and …