Bailey Apfelbeck, Marie Louise (fem) 24.oct.1873-12.jan.1927 USA Tennessee, Nashville - Minnesota, Minneapolis
concert pianist, 1889 studied with Carl Reinecke at Leipzig Conservatory, with Theodor Leschetizky in Vienna, 28.feb.1893 debut at Gewandhaus Leipzig, played for King Albert of Saxony, 26.oct.1894 returned to America she first appeared at Carnegie Hall New York with the Damrosch Orchestra, 23.nov.1894 with soprano Nina Rathbone in Grand Rapids, 25.nov.1894 at Queen's Theatre Montreal, 27.sep.1895 she returned to Europe accompanied by music teacher Aileen Bond (Tennessee, Jackson 29.sep.1873-), 1902 decorated by the Shah of Persia with the Medal for Art and Science, 1904 honored by the Austrian Emperor Franz Joseph with the Elizabethan Medal for Art and Science, 1910 with the Golden Order of Merit of the Cross and Crown, 1910-1913 resident in St Polten, 1920-1921 in Salzburg ; daughter of physician Patrick R Bailey (Tennessee, Maury 15.jun.1847-16.aug.1911 Nashville) and Mary R Brew (Massachusetts jan.1849-) ; 14.mar.1898 in New York Manhattan she married captain lieutenant Alois Ludwig Apfelbeck (born Vienna) 1921 concert manager of the Festspielhausgemeinde Salzburg ; son Karl (Austria 1901-) was concert manager aged 19, son Anton 'Toni' (Austria 1916-)

Title Parts

[] Menuet de concert. Piano
[] Fantasy on American national songs. Piano
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