Bendix, Theodore 25.jul.1862-15.jan.1935 USA Michigan, Detroit - NY Long Island, Bay Shore (bur NY Westchester, Valhalla)
violinist, opera conductor, jewish, studied violin and piano with his father, 1872 moved to Cleveland Ohio, 1876 aged 13 he played in his father's orchestra at Euclid Avenue Opera House Cleveland, 1880 he was conductor of the Alice Oates Opera Company Cleveland, director of the Aimee Opera Company Cleveland, 1887 with Max at 2240 Fitzwater Street Philadelphia and director of the Chestnut Street Theatre in Philadelphia, conductor at Pope's Theatre in St Louis, 1889-1900 conductor at the Park and Globe Theatres in Boston, 1900 of the Broadway shows 'Belle of New York' 'Ben Hur' 'Beauty and the Beast' at New York Casino, 1902 produced 'Ben Hur' at the Drury Lane Theatre in London, organized a string quartet for the Orpheum and B F Keith theatres, conductor for Florenz Ziegfeld, Klaw & Erlanger and Henry W Savage, 1906 had established the Theo Bendix Music Publishing Co. in New York, 1915 coached singers for concert and opera in New York, 1920-1930 conductor at Majestic Theatre Los Angeles California, 1931 moved to New York City residing at 130 West 44th Street, died after an operation at Southside Hospital Bay Shore Long Island ; son of composer William Bendix ; brother of composer Max Bendix ; 1883 he married Sally, abandoned her 3 years later, 25.mar.1919 she divorced him

Title Parts

[] Sweet Jasmine. Intermezzo
Aeolian pipe organ roll 983 of 1919

[] North star quickstep. Piano
pub S. Brainard's Sons, Cleveland 1875

[] State fencibles march
pubWilliam H. Boner, Philadelphia 1883

[] Continental guard's march
pub W. F. Shaw, 1883

[] Alone in London. Grand Opera House, Boston 22oct1889
[] The busy bee. Morceau characteristique. Orchestra
pub M. Witmark, New York c1894

[] The king's bal masque. New York 1899
libretto Dr. Piece

[] In beauty's bower. Idylle. Orchestra
pub Carl Fischer, New York c1899

[] Longing. Orchestra
pub Carl Fischer, New York c1903

[] Cousin Kate waltzes. Piano
dedication Ethel Barrymore (1879-1959)
pub M. Witmark & Sons c1903

[] 'Tis better to have loved and lost. Ballad. Medium voice and piano
words B. Johnson
publisher G. Schirmer 1905

[] The magpie and the parrot. Humoresque. 1906
from suite A love episode in birdland
Brass Band / George Foreman. Dorian Recordings

[] A day at West Point. 1906
[] A Hungarian episode. Orchestra
pub Theodore Bendix Music, New York c1909

[] The dawn of love. Morceau characteristique. Piano
also for Piano 4-hands, Mandolin, 2 Mandolins, Mandolin and piano, Violin and piano, Mandolin and guitar, 2 Mandolins and piano, 2 Mandolins and guitar, 10 Instruments, Full orchestra, Military band
pub Fischer

[] Good luck waltz. op1
pub Brainard

[] Alone
pub Ditson

[] The great name. Orchestral suite. 1911
for the play of Henry Kolker

[] Victory. Orchestra
played by the Boston Symphony at the New York celebration of the end of the Spanish-American war

[] Beau Brummel. Gavotte. Piano
pub Ditson

[] The Butterfly. Piano
[] Cannibal's picnic (J. St George). Piano and cello
pub Setchell

[] Cradle song (Visions of rest). Piano
pub Ditson

[] Elks quadrille. Orchestra
pub Ditson

[] The Golden Gate. Overture. Piano, also for Orchestra
pub Fischer

[] Happy boys. Polka
pub Brainard

[] Hold the fort! (Bliss). Grand march
pub Brainard

[] I am so shy
pub Ditson

[] Laughing eyes. Concert polka. Piano, also for Orchestra
[] Little coquette. Gavotte. Piano, also for Orchestra
pub Fischer

[] Little beauty. Entr'acte. Piano
pub Ditson

[] Mountain echoes. Waltzes. Orchestra
pub Fischer

[] North star polka
pub Brainard

[] Oriental march. Piano, also for Orchestra
pub Fischer
pub Sheard

[] Sweet simplicity. Gavotte
[] Symposia waltz
pub Ditson

[] To-morrow
pub Ditson

[] Visions of rest. Cradle song. Piano
pub Ditson

[] Lilly. Entr'acte. Orchestra
pub Church

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