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CELEBRATED VIOLIN PLAYERS.
during the years 1839—1846. The younger died in 1848 in Paris, the elder retired into private life in 1857.
Mildner, Moritz, born 1813, at Turnitz, Bohemia, died Dec. 4th 1865; was teacher in Prague Conservatorium, and leader at the theatre.
Molique, Wilhelm Bernhard, born Oct. 7th 1802, at Nuremberg, died May 10th 1869, at Cannstadt; pupil of his father and of Spohr. He was leader at Munich and Stuttgart, made many concert tours, and composed many violin pieces, &c. (His 5th concerto has been frequently played by Mr. Carrodus, and his oratorio "Abraham" was, for a time, in favour. Tr.)
Mori, Nicolas, born in London, 1793, died June 18th 1839; of Italian origin; he occupied, for nearly 30 years, a prominent position in England as a violinist. He was also a music publisher.
Moser, Carl, born Jan. 24th 1774, at Berlin, died there Jan. 27th 1851. He was employed at intervals in the Berlin Court orchestra, being appointed Royal Capell-meister in 1840. His son
Moser, August, born Dec. 20th 1825, Berlin, pupil of his father and of de Beriot, lived for many years in South America, and died on a concert tour there, 1859.
Mozart, Leopold, born Nov. 14th 1719, at Augsburg, died May 28th 1787, at Salzburg, where he was Vice-Capell-meister. Published one of the earliest violin methods.
Milhlmann, Ernst R., born June 5th 1856, at Klingenthal, Saxony; pupil of David and Rbntgen at Leipsic Conservatorium. In 1875 appointed soloist to the Duchess of Anhalt-Bernburg, at Ballenstedt; 1876—1878 at the town theatre, Leipsic: until 1882, leader in Laub's orchestra at Hamburg; until 1884, leader in Neumann's Wagner Tour; since then, leader Hamburg town theatre.
Miiller, Carl Friedr., born Nov. nth 1797, at Brunswick, died April 4th 1873; pupil of Moser at Berlin. He was leader in the celebrated quartett formed by the brothers Muller, and in the ducal orchestra.
Nachez, Tivadar, born May 1st 1859, at Pesth; studied at trie Prague Conservatorium and under Joachim. He has made many tours as virtuoso, but lives chiefly in London.
Nardini, Pietro, born 1722, at Fibiana, died 1793, at Florence; pupil of Tartini. From 1753—1767 he was member of the Wlirtemberg Court orchestra, Stuttgart;