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Christoffer Christian Karsten

aka: Kristofer Kristian
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1756, Sep 91773-18251827, Aug 6
a Swedish opera singer, sometimes called the greatest male opera singer in Swedish history. He was also the maternal grandfather of the world-famous ballerina Marie Taglioni. In 1773 he debuted at the Royal Swedish Opera in Bollhuset with Carl Stenborg and Elisabeth Olin in the famous opera performance Thetis och Phelée and was after this employed at...
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Fanny Kemble

aka: Frances Anne Kemble
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1809, Nov 271893, Jan 15
a notable British actress from a theatre family in the early and mid-19th century. She was a well-known and popular writer, whose published works included plays, poetry, eleven volumes of memoirs, travel writing and works about the theatre.
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William Knyvett

borndied
17791856
a British singer and composer of the 19th century. The songs he wrote proved popular. More than 35 of his compositions were printed. His unpublished works included the grand anthem, "The King shall rejoice", produced officially for the coronation of George IV, and "This is the day the Lord has made" written for the coronation of Queen more
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Amalia von Konigsmarck

aka: Königsmarck
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1663, Aug 201740, Jan 30
a Swedish noble, known as a dilettante artist (painter), amateur actor, and poet. Her known paintings include a self-portrait from 1688, a portrait of her sister Aurora, a portrait of the noble Katarina Ebba Horn from 1698 and a portrait of Sophia Dorothea of Hanover. She participated at the amateur theatre of the royal court encouraged by the queen, Ulrika ...
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Jean-Baptiste Krumpholz

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1742, May 81790, Feb 19
a Czech composer and harpist. Krumpholz composed 52 sonatas, 6 concertos and many preludes and variations for the harp. He wrote also harp duets, quartets and 4 sonatas for harp, 2 violins, 2 French horns and cello.
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