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music player to the Duchess of Anhalt-Bernburg atBallen-stedt, and since 1876 teacher at the Berlin High School. Died 1901.
Jacobson, Simon, born Dec. 24th 1839, at Mitau; pupil of David; leader at Bremen and New York; was afterwards teacher at Cincinnati, and now lives at Chicago.
Janitsch, Anton, born 1753, in Switzerland, died 1812, as Capellmeister to Count Burg-Steinfurth; pupil of Pugnani at Turin. He was leader at Treves with Prince Waller-stein-Ottingen, and conductor at the theatre, Hanover.
Jansa, Leopold, born 1796, at Wildenschwert in Bohemia, died Jan. 25th 1875, at Vienna. His compositions for­merly enjoyed much favour. He lived in Brunswick, Vienna, and London.
Japha, George, born Aug. 27th 1835, at Konigsberg, died Feb. 25th 1892, Cologne; pupil of Singer, David and Alard; leader and teacher in Cologne Conservatorium.
Jensen, Gus/av, born Christmas Day, i843,atK6nigsberg; pupil of Laub and Joachim; died Nov. 26th, 1895, as professor at the Conservatorium, Cologne. He wrote orchestral works, a violin sonata, chamber music, &c, besides ably editing and arranging many compositions of the old masters for violin and piano ("Classische Violin Musik", "Vortragsstudien", &c).
Joachim, Joseph, Prof., Dr., born June 28th 1S31, at Kitse near Pressburg; pupil of Bohm in Vienna. He was leader at Leipsic, Weimar, and Hanover; subsequently director of the High School, Berlin. He is the first among living violinists, and has formed a large number of prominent players.
Kalliwoda, Johann Wenzeslaus, born Feb. 21st 1801, at Prague, died Dec. 3rd 1866, at Karlsruhe; conductor of Prince Fiirstenberg's orchestra at Donaueschingen. In addition to violin pieces, he wrote symphonies and overtures.
Kes, Willem, born Feb. 16th 1856, at Dordrecht; pupil of David and Joachim. He was leader at Amsterdam, and Capellmeister at Dordrecht, and since 1883 con­ductor at Amsterdam.
Kiesewetter, Chr. Gottfried, born Dec. 24th 1777, at Ans-bach, died Sept. 27th 1827, London; lived successively in Amsterdam, Oldenburg, Hamburg, Hanover andLondon.
K'dmpel, August, born Aug. 18th 1831, at Briickenau; pupil
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