Beigel, Victor Rudolph 19.may.1870-7.nov.1930 England, London Bloomsbury - Surrey, Elstead
teacher of singing, pianist, at the age of nine months residing with , studied in Vienna and at the Konigliche Hochschule in Berlin with Wilhelm Berger, Anton Raff and Woldemar Bargiel, 4.mar.1893 debuted with the Berlin Philharmonic, 1896 teacher of singing at the Brooklyn School of Music in New York City, 1906 teacher of singing in London, 1910 as single teacher of singing residing with 2 servants and a gardener at Pollhill Farmhouse in Harrietsham Kent, among his pupils were Gervase Elwes, Susan Metcalfe, Hubert Eisdell, John Adams, Yves Tinayre and Lauritz Melchior, after the tragic death of Gervase Elwes (12.jan.1921 in a train accident near Boston) he founded the Musicians Benevolent Fund ; of hungarian parentage but brought up from the age of a few months by a German born aunt Clara Houran

Title Parts

[] Drei Lieder fur 1 singstimme mit pianoforte
pub Bote & Bock, Berlin 1895
[] 1 - Wiegenlied "Der wachter schweigt, die zinnen ragen"
[] 2 - Ohne trost "Ich weiss ein herz, das traurig schlagt"
[] 3 - Der Lenz ist angekommen
[] Three songs. Soprano or mezzosoprano or alto and piano
pub J. H. Schroeder, New York 1896
[] 1 - Cradle song (Wiegenlied)
[] 2 - Without solace (Ohne trost)
[] 3 - Spring awakes (Der Lenz ist angekommen)
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