Reginald De Koven articles on Wikipedia
Reginald De Koven
De-Koven">Henry Louis Reginald De Koven (April 3, 1859 – January 16, 1920) was an American music critic and prolific composer, particularly of comic operas. De
Apr 5th 2017

Anna de Koven
of famed composer Reginald de Koven and the daughter of senator Charles B. Farwell, she published her works as Mrs. Reginald de Koven. A well-known society
Sep 26th 2016

educator, and a leader of the Oxford Movement in the Episcopal Church Reginald De Koven, American music critic and composer Seymour DeKoven, classical music
Apr 12th 2013

from Boston, Massachusetts who was murdered in Paris, France in 1937 Reginald De Koven (1859–1920), American music critic and prolific composer, particularly
Nov 5th 2016

Oh Promise Me
Oh Promise Me is a song with music by Reginald De Koven and lyrics by Clement Scott. The song was written in 1887 and first published in 1889 as an art
Feb 20th 2017

The Canterbury Pilgrims
The-Canterbury-PilgrimsThe Canterbury Pilgrims is an opera by the American composer Reginald De Koven. It premiered at the Metropolitan Opera House on March 8, 1917. The libretto
Feb 26th 2017

Lyric Theatre (1903 New York City)
originally built by developer Eugene C. Potter as a home for composer Reginald De Koven's American School of Opera. However, the school went bankrupt before
Feb 17th 2017

Kate Vannah
other woman composer in the US or of any man composer, excepting Reginald De Koven. Vannah was born in Gardiner, Maine and received her education in
Oct 18th 2016

Rob Roy (cocktail)
named in honor of the premiere of Rob Roy, an operetta by composer Reginald De Koven and lyricist Harry B. Smith loosely based upon Scottish folk hero
Feb 18th 2017

Robin Hood (opera)
For the comic opera by Reginald De Koven, see Robin Hood (comic opera). Robin Hood is a ballad opera by Michael Tippett based on the legend of Robin Hood
Mar 28th 2017

Rob Roy
play based on the novel Rob Roy (operetta), an 1894 operetta by Reginald De Koven and Harry B. Smith Rob Roy (cocktail), created in conjunction with
May 20th 2017

Rob Roy (operetta)
Rob Roy is an operetta by composer Reginald De Koven and lyricist Harry B. Smith, frequent collaborators, loosely based upon the life of Scottish folk
Feb 18th 2017

Highwayman (disambiguation)
vehicle in the video game Fallout 2 The Highwayman, an operetta by Reginald De Koven and Harry B. Smith Highwayman's hitch, a type of quick-release knot
Feb 15th 2017

Percy MacKaye
Reginald-De-KovenReginald De Koven, Percy MacKaye (1916). The Canterbury Pilgrims: An Opera. The Macmillan company.  CS1 maint: Uses authors parameter (link) Reginald
Apr 11th 2016

Robin Hood (comic opera)
Robin Hood is a comic opera by Reginald De Koven (music), Harry B. Smith (lyrics) and Clement Scott (lyrics of "Oh Promise Me"). The story is based on
Apr 5th 2017

Lafayette Square Opera House
well known actress of the time, who was there to perform in Tzigane. Reginald De Koven, composer of the opera, led the orchestra at Russell's request. The
Jan 9th 2017

Vincent Fanelli
notable conductors including Arturo Toscanini, Walter Damrosch, and Reginald de Koven. In 1961, he retired from the Kalamazoo Symphony Orchestra after 29
Oct 10th 2016

Louise Le Baron
Alan-a-Dale with actress Florence Wickham in the comic opera Robin Hood by Reginald De Koven and Harry B. Smith. As her career began to wind down Le Baron settled
Mar 2nd 2017

Minnie Egener
productions of Frederick Delius's A Village Romeo and Juliet in 1907, Reginald De Koven's The Canterbury Pilgrims in 1917, Puccini's Suor Angelica in 1918
Apr 9th 2016

Charles B. Farwell
from Lake Forest College in 1880. Anna later married the composer Reginald de Koven, and became a successful socialite, novelist and amateur historian
Dec 8th 2016

Herald Square Theatre
(1903–1904) and The Girl Behind the Counter (1907–1908), to operetta, like Reginald De Koven and Harry B. Smith's Rob Roy. It saw the first performance of the
Feb 16th 2017

Robin Hood (disambiguation)
artistic director Paul Vasterling Robin Hood (comic opera), composed by Reginald De Koven, Harry B. Smith, and Clement Scott in 1888–1889 Robin Hood (opera)
Apr 1st 2017

Gustave Kerker
by Morton) 1899 – The Man in the Moon (with Ludwig Englander and Reginald De Koven) 1901 - The Girl from Up There (libretto by Morton) 1902 - The Billionaire
Apr 6th 2017

The Calumet Theatre
theatre opened on March 20, 1900, with the operetta The-HighwaymanThe Highwayman, by Reginald De Koven and Harry B. Smith, on tour from Broadway. The theatre was one of
Jan 14th 2017

1889 in music
Sweetheart)" w.m. Michael Nolan "Oh, Promise Me" w. Clement Scott m. Reginald de Koven "Playmates" w.m. Harry Dacre "Kelly-Slide">Slide Kelly Slide" w.m. John W. Kelly
Feb 15th 2017

Harry B. Smith
best-known works were librettos for the composers Herbert">Victor Herbert and Reginald De Koven. He also wrote the book or lyrics for several versions of the Ziegfeld
Feb 16th 2017

Marie Tiffany
roles. She performed in several world premieres at the Met, including Reginald De Koven's The Canterbury Pilgrims (1917), Charles Wakefield Cadman's Shanewis
Apr 7th 2017

Lyric Theatre (1998 New York City)
floor, can be seen the busts of W. S. Gilbert, Arthur Sullivan and Reginald De Koven; the Lyric Theatre was originally intended to house De Koven's works
May 6th 2017

Sidney Bracey
Broadway, in 1912, he played as Sir Guy of Gisborne in a revival of Reginald de Koven's Robin Hood at the New Amsterdam theatre, followed by Rob Roy at
Apr 16th 2017

Augustus Caesar Buell
Charles H. Cramp. About the same time as this was published, Mrs. Reginald de Koven produced the first detailed analysis of the fraudulent Buell technique
May 16th 2017

Parlour music
the Heart" by Claribel (Mrs. Charlotte Barnard), "Oh Promise Me" by Reginald de Koven, "I Love You Truly" and "A Perfect Day" by Carrie Jacobs-Bond, and
Aug 26th 2016

Joseph O'Mara
London, O'Mara travelled again to America to create the tenor lead in Reginald De Koven's The Highwayman. He was a leading tenor with the Moody-Manners Opera
Apr 27th 2017

Jessie Bartlett Davis
most famous role was as Alan a-Dale in the 1890 opera Robin Hood by Reginald De Koven and Clement Scott, in which she introduced Oh Promise Me. She starred
Apr 21st 2017

Glen MacDonough
The Algerian (1893), was a collaboration with prominent songwriter Reginald DeKoven. In the 1890s he devoted much time to writing farces and comedies or
Apr 28th 2017

1898 in music
Sterling m. Harry Von Tilzer "Recessional" w. Rudyard Kipling m. Reginald De Koven "Romany Life" w. Harry B. Smith m. Victor Herbert "The Rosary" w.
May 15th 2017

Bella Alten
sung in German. Alten also appeared on Broadway as Maid Marion in Reginald De Koven's Robin Hood with Wallace Hyde and Florence Wickham. This opened May
Apr 2nd 2017

1859 in music
Victor Herbert, cellist, conductor and composer (died 1924) April 3Reginald de Koven, US composer (died 1920) April 5Wilhelm Harteveld, composer (died
Feb 23rd 2017

Bessie Abott
boheme. Her final performance was as Maid Marien in a 1912 revival of Reginald De Koven's Robin Hood in New York. Abott married sculptor and poet Thomas Waldo
Jan 30th 2017

Nashotah House
Nashotah-HouseNashotah House is an Anglo-Catholic seminary in Nashotah, Wisconsin, approximately 30 miles west (50 km) of Milwaukee, situated within the Episcopal Diocese
Mar 5th 2017

Margarethe Arndt-Ober
Der Widerspanstigen Zahmung, and Alisoun in the world premiere of Reginald de Koven's The Canterbury Pilgrims. Her other Met roles included Amneris, Azucena
Jan 19th 2017

Johannes Sembach
November 25, 1916, and the role of Chaucer in the world premiere of Reginald De Koven's The Canterbury Pilgrims. He sang in the American premieres of two
Nov 15th 2016

Albert Reiss
offstage male lover in Puccini's Il Tabarro, Richard II of England in Reginald de Koven's The Canterbury Pilgrims and Ragueneau in Walter Damrosch's Cyrano
Jan 15th 2017

Quade Winter
followed: Herbert's The Red Mill (2001) and Sweethearts (2002), and Reginald De Koven's Robin Hood (2004). These works were issued as CDs on the Newport
Feb 17th 2017

March 26Alfred Edward Housman, English poet (d. 1936) April 3Reginald De Koven, American composer and music critic (d. 1920) April 7Jacques Loeb
May 16th 2017

Marie Sundelius
roles in several world premieres at the Met, including Johanna in Reginald De Koven's The Canterbury Pilgrims (1917), Amy Everton in Charles Wakefield
Oct 5th 2016

List of operetta composers
Charles Cuvillier April, 24, 1877 (Paris) – February 14, 1955 (Paris) Reginald De Koven April 3, 1859 (Middletown, Connecticut) – January 16, 1920 (New York
Dec 27th 2016

Gustave Huberdeau
American premiere of Henry Fevrier's Gismonda, and the world premiere of Reginald De Koven's Rip Van Winkle (1920). In 1917 Huberdeau sang the role of Rambaldo
Feb 8th 2017

Fifth Avenue Theatre
continuing through the 1880s. In 1887, the theatre presented The-BegumThe Begum by Reginald De Koven. The theatre was rebuilt after a fire in 1891, and in 1894, it presented
May 15th 2017

The Complete Opera Book
(signed F.B.). The earlier supplement included works by Maeterlinck, Reginald de Koven, Ravel, Henry Hadley, Andre Messager, Holst, Rutland Boughton, Ethel
Mar 9th 2017

List of Songwriters Hall of Fame inductees
Wenrich Peter De Rose Ralph Rainger Ray Henderson Raymond B. Egan Reginald De Koven Richard A. Whiting Richard Rodgers Roy Turk Sam Coslow Sam M. Lewis
Apr 2nd 2017

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