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brothers Leopold and Arnaud as 2nd violin and 'Cello. He has composed many melodious educational works, and enjoys great repute as a teacher in the Paris Con­servatoire.
Dando, J. H. B., born at Somers Town, 1806; pupil of Mori; died May, 1894. He was one of the pioneers of quartett playing in England, also for many years promi­nent as leader of the best orchestras in London, in his day.
David, Ferd., born Jan. 19th 1810, at Hamburg, died July 18th 1873, at Klosters in Switzerland; pupil of Spohr; leader in the Leipsic Gewandhaus and theatre orchestras from 1836 until his death. He was distin­guished both as teacher and leader. As composer, he produced many violin works, — Concertos, Variations, Studies, and also a School, besides editing many previ­ously unpublished pieces by the old masters.
De Alma, ffeinrich Karl Hermann, born June 22nd 1835, at Vienna; pupil of Mayseder and Mildner, until 1851, when he relinquished music for a military career, entering the Austrian army. In 1853 he became Lieutenant, was in the war of 1859, but at its conclusion resumed the violin. He made concert tours, was engaged in 1862 in the Royal opera orchestra, Berlin, and became first Concertmeister; he was second violin in Joachim's quar­tett. Died Nov. 1st 1892.
Dengremont, Maurice, born March 19th 1866, in Rio de Janeiro; pupil of Leonard. During about ten years he made many appearances in Germany, played in London, at the Crystal Palace, with great success; and died in Buenos Ayres, Nov. 1893.
Dessau, Bernhard, born March 1st 1861, in Hamburg; studied at the Berlin High School, was leader at Konigs-berg and Prague, now in Rotterdam and teacher in the Conservatorium.
Dittersdorf, Karl von, born Nov. 2nd 1739, at Vienna, died Oct. 31st 1799, was violinist in the Imperial orchestra, and had much success in his tours. He was subsequently Capellmeister, and composed a great deal: operas, symphonies, quartetts, &c.
Do?it, Jacob, born March 2nd 1815, at Vienna, died there Nov. 18th 1888; pupil of his father. He was member of the Imperial orchestra and teacher in the Conservatorium; produced excellent studies.
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