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Elena Asachi
Pianist, singer and composer

Elena Asachi

Elena Asachi
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Intro Pianist, singer and composer
Was Singer Opera singer Musician Composer Pianist
From Austria Romania
Field Music
Gender female
Birth 30 October 1789, Vienna, Austria
Death 9 May 1877, Iasi, Romania (aged 87 years)
Star sign Scorpio
Family
Father: Anton Teyber
Spouse: Gheorghe Asachi
Instruments:
Piano
Voice
The details (from wikipedia)

Biography

Elena Asachi

Elena Asachi, née Teyber, (30 October 1789 – May 1877) was a Romanian pianist, singer and composer of Austrian birth. She was the daughter of Austrian composer Anton Teyber and niece of concertmaster Franz Teyber.

Elena Teyber was born in Vienna and studied music under her father as a child in Dresden. Later she studied in Vienna under opera singer Domenico Donzelli. After completing her studies, she became a professor at Iaşi Conservatory where she was known as a pianist and composer from 1827 to 1863. She married Gheorghe Asachi, with whom she collaborated on songs and theatrical works. She died in Iaşi.

Works

Selected works include:

  • Fete pastoral des bergers moldaves (pastoral-vaudeville) 1834
  • Contrabantul (The Smuggler) (comedy-vaudeville) 1837
  • Tiganii (The Gypsies) (vaudeville with songs) 1856

Songs:

  • Ballade moldave (with G. Asachi) 1834
  • Se starb, sagst tu (G. Asachi, translated by E. Asachi) 1837
  • Song of Society (with G. Asachi) 1849
The contents of this page are sourced from Wikipedia article on 13 May 2020. The contents are available under the CC BY-SA 4.0 license.
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