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ding of his parents on Dec. 2G, 1829. It
was composed in London between Sept. 10
and Oct. 4, 1829. The words of the song,
No. 12, Die Blumeuglockeu, were written
by Mendelssohn, and the music by Kliuge-
inann. The parts were : Lisbeth, Eebecca ;
Kiiuz, Devrient ; Hermann, Mautius ; and
the Mayor, Heusel, for whom the part was
written on one note, F. Performed at the
Opera, Berlin, in 1851. An English ver-
sion, entitled Son and the Stranger, by
Chorley, was produced at the Haymarket
Theatre, London, July 7, 1851. A French
translation by Jules Barbier, entitled Lis-
beth, was represented at the Theatre Lyri-
que, Paris, June 9, 18G5. Published by
Breitkopf & Hilrtel, Mendelssohn's Werkc,
Serie 15, No. 122. Heusel, Mendelssohn, i.
247 ; Clement et Larousse, 404. ; Athen-
Eeuui (1851), 744.



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HEINEMEYER, ERNST WILHELM,
born at Hanover, Feb. 25, 18'27, died in
Vienna, Feb. 12, 1869. Virtuoso on the
flute, sou and pupil of Christian Heiue-
meyer (1796-1872, also a distinguished
flutist, and royal chamber musician), at whose
side he played in the royal orchestra, 1845
-47 ; then went to St. Petersburg as first
flutist in the imperial orchestra, and was at
the time instructor at the theatre-school
there. Pensioned in 1859, he returned
to Hanover, but in 1866 settled in Vienna.
His concertos and solos for his instrument are
very brilliant, and much esteemed by flutists.
Mendel ; Riemauu.

HEINICHEN, (JOHANN) DAVID, born
at Crossuln, near Weissenfels, April 17,
1683, died in Dresden, July 16, 1729. Pu-
pil at the Leipsic Thomasschule of Schelle
and Kuhnau ; studied law and practised as
an advocate iu Weissenfels ; then returned
to Leipsic and began to compose operas.
After living several years (1713-18) in Italy,
he was appointed court Kapellmeister in
Dresden in 1718. He published iu 1711 a
large work on thorough bass, which at-
tracted much attention. Works : Helena
mill Paris, opera, given at Leipsic, 1709 ;
Calpurnia, i pazzi per troppo amore, Venice,
Teatro S. Angclo, 1713 ; Several masses ;
Solos for violin ; Fugues for harpsichord, and
other instrumental music. In the royal
library, Berlin, are: Requiem for 4 voices
and instruments ; 2 masses for do. ; Kyrie
and Gloria, do. ; Te Demn, do. ; 2 Pani/e
lingua, do. ; 4 Italian cantatas. In the royal




library, Dresden, are : the operas Flavio
Crispo, and Mario, 5 serenades, and 57
cantatas. Allgem. d. Biogr., xi. 367 ; Fetis ;
Mendel ; Schilling ; Riemaun.



HEINLEIN, PAUL, born in Nuremberg,
April 11, 1626, died there, Aug. 6, 1686.
Pianist and organist, studied music in his
native city, later in Liuz, Munich, and
Italy. On returning to Nuremberg he be-
came musician to the council, organist of
the Egidienkirche in 1655, musical director
of the Fraueukirche in 1656, and chief or-
ganist of St. Sebaldus in 1658. He com-
posed pianoforte, organ, and church music.
Mendel ; Fetis ; Schilling ; Gerber (1790),
i. 616 ; Wiuterfeld, Der evaug. Kirchenge-
sang, ii. 457.

HEINROTH, JOHANN AUGUST GUN-
THKR, born at Nordhausen, June 19, 1780,
died at GOttiugen, June 2, 1846. Vocal
composer, but more noted as a writer on
music ; sou and pupil of Christoph Gottlieb
Heinroth, who for sixty-two years was or-
ganist at Nordhauseu. In 1818 he suc-
ceeded Forkel as music director at the uni-
versity of GOttiugen, where he was very
active iu promoting the musical life of the
city by establishing the academical concerts.
He composed 169 choral melodies for 4
voices (1829) ; G songs for three parts ; 6
choruses for male voices. Fetis ; Mendel ;
Riemann.

HEINZE, GUSTAV ADOLPH, born in
Leipsic, Oct. 1, 1820, still living, 1889.
Dramatic composer, sou and pupil on the
clarinet of Ferdinand Heiuze, and studied
the pianoforte under W. Haake ; became a
member of the Gewaudhaus orchestra at
the age of fifteen. In 1840 he took lessons
in ^composition of Kotte, in Dresden, made
concert tours, and was
influenced by Mendels-
sohn. In 1844 he be-
1 came second Kapell-
meister at the Breslau
theatre, and in 1850
went as Kapellmeister
of the German opera to
Amsterdam, where he was director of the
Euterpe Society from 1853, of the Viucen-
tius Concerts in 1857, and of the Excelsior
church music singing society in 1868.



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Works : Lorelei, opera, given at Breslau,
1846 ; Die Ruine in Tbaranclt, ib., 1847 ;
Oratorios : Auferstehung, Saukta Ciicilia,
Der Feeuschleier ; Three masses ; Three
overtures ; many cantatas, hymns, songs,
and male choruses. Mendel ; Eiemann.

HEISE, PEDER ARNOLD, born at Co-
penhagen, Feb. 11, 1830, died there, July
5, 1879. Dramatic composer, studied at
the university of his native city ; pupil on
the pianoforte of A. Lund, and in theory of
Berggreeu, Hauptmami, and Gade. He was
music teacher at the Academy of SurOe in
1857-65, then returned to Copenhagen,
where he produced successfully the operas :
The Pasha's Daughter, 1869, and King and
Marshal, 1878. Meyer, Konv. Lex. (1888) ;
Mendel, Ergi'mz., 154 ; Riemann.

HEISER, WILHELM, born in Berlin,
April 15, 1817, still living, 1889. Vocal
composer, was a choir-boy and later an op-
era singer ; then retired from the stage
and taught singing in Stralsund, Berlin,
and Rostock. In 1853 he became regimen-
tal bandmaster in Berlin, and after 18G6
devoted himself again to vocal instruction.
He composed several hundred songs, of
which many have become very popular in
Germany, besides dances and marches for
pianoforte. Mendel ; Riemaun.

HELD, JACOB, born at Lanclshut, Nov.
11, 1770, died after 1812. Violinist, but
studied also the organ and pianoforte, and
at an early age became organist in his native
place ; went to Munich to study philosophy,
and became the pupil of Hampeln and Eck
on the violin, and of Danzi in composition.
Made concert tours in Germany, Switzer-
land, and France, and then settled down as
court musician and teacher in Munich. He
composed overtures for orchestra, string-
quartets, and concertos and variations for
the violin. Fetis ; Mendel ; Schilling.

HELDER (Helderus), BARTHOLO-
MAUS, born in Gotha about 1585, died in
Remstiidt, Oct. 28, 1635. Vocal composer,
was attendant in a school at Friemar, and
from 1616 pastor in Remstiidt, Works : |



Cymbalum Genethliacum, containing 15 mo-
tets for Christmas and New Year, for 4, 5,
and 6 voices (Erfurt, 1614) ; Symbolum Da-
vidicum, containing 25 German psalms, for
5, 6, and 8 voices (ib., 1620) ; Pater noster,
in contrapuncto colorato, for 4 voices (ib.,
1621) ; The 103d and 123d psalms, do. ; 54
melodies by him are included in the Can-
tionale sacrum (Gotha, 1646-48). Allgem.
d. Biogr., si. 684 ; Fetis ; Mendel ; Winter-
feld, Der evaug. Kirchengesang, ii. 87.

HE LED THEM THROUGH THE
DEEP, double chorus in E-flat major (end-
ing in G minor), in Handel's Israel in Egypt,
No. 13 ; often known as the "Wilderness
chorus."

HELE, GEORGES DE LA, born in the
Hainaut, about 1545, died 1591 (?). He
was conductor of music in the cathedral at
Tournay, and maestro de capilla at the
court of Philip H, at Madrid. Works : 8
masses for 5, 6, and 7 voices (Antwerp,
1578). Mendel ; Gerber ; Schilling ; Fetis.

HELFER, CHARLES D', French church
composer of the 16th century. He was
canon and master of the children in the ca-
thedral of Soissons. He composed masses,
hymns, etc. (Paris, Robert Ballard, 1653,
1658, 1660, 1674). Fetis.

HELIANTHUS, opera in three acts, text
and music by Adalbert von Goldschmidt,
represented in Leipsic, Stadttheater, March
26, 1884. Signale (1884), 401.

HELLE, ANTOINE, French composer,
contemporary. He was educated at the
School for Sacred Music, Paris ; became
maitre de chapelle of the basilica of Saint-
Epvre, Nancy, for the consecration of which,
in 1875, he composed a cantata-oratorio,
entitled Les magnificences du culte catholi-
que. He is director of the Choral Society,
Alsace-Lorraine. Among his published
works are organ and church music, and Le
Trcsor des Maitrises, a collection of har-
monized plain chaunts. Fetis, Supplement,
i. 456.

HELLER, STEPHEN, born at Pesth,
May 15, 1815, died in Paris, Jan. 14, 1888.



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TIELLER







Pianist, pupil of F. Briiuer, appeared in
public at an early age, and when thirteen
years old went to Vien-
na, to study under An-
ton Halm ; made a con-
cert tour of the cities of
Germany in 1829, lived
for some years at Augs-
burg, and went in 1838
to Paris, where he soon
entered into friendly
intercourse with Cho-
pin, Liszt, Berlioz, and
other celebrities, and acquired great repu-
tation as a concert player and teacher.
He visited England in 1S62, and played
at the Crystal Palace with Halle. He
began composing in Augsburg, where he
attracted the notice of Robert Schumann ;
but in spite of his friendship, his works are
more marked by the influence of Mendels-
sohn and Chopin. Works: Trois mom ;m\
caracteristiques, op. 7; (Irande etude en
forme do rondo-scherzo, op. 8 ; Trois mor-
ceaux brillants, op. 10 ; Rondo-raise, op.
11 ; Divertissement, brillaut sur Los Trei/e,
d'Halevy, op. 13 ; Passe-temps, recueil de
compositions amusautes, op. 14; Six ca-
prices sur Lo Slier if, d'Halevy, op. 17;
Quatre rondos sur La Favorite, op. 2'2 ; do.
surLe Guitarrero, op. 23 ; Scherzo, op. 24 ;
Driix bagatelles sur IJiehard (V'lir-dc-
Lion, op. 25 and 26 ; Caprice brillant, op.
27 ; Caprice symphonique, op. 28 ; La
Chasse, etude caractcristique, op. 29 ; Dis
pensees fugitives, op. 30 ; Petite fantaisie
et bolero sur La Juivc, op. 31 and 32 ;
Fantaisie brillaute et caprice sur Charles
VI, op. 37 and 38 ; La Kermesse, danse
neerlandaise, op. 39 ; Miscellauees, op. 40 ;
Caprice sur Le Deserteur, op. 41; Valse
elegante, op. 42 ; Valse seutimeutale, op.
43 ; Valse villageoise, op. 44 ; Chant na-
tional de Charles VI., op. 48 ; Pastorale, op.
48 bis ; Quatre arabesques, op. 49 ; Scenes
pastorales, op. 50 ; Venitieuue, op. 52 ; Ta-
reutelle, op. 53 ; Fautaisie, op. 54 ; La fon-
taiue, caprice sur line melodie de Schubert,



op. "),) ; Serenade, op. 5G ; Scherzo fantas-
tique, op. 57 ; Reveries, op. 58 ; Valse bril-
laute, op. 59 ; Canzouetta, op. 60 ; Deux-
ierne tarentelle, op. 61 ; Deux valses, op.
62 ; Capriccio, op. 63 ; Presto capriccioso,
op. G4 ; Deuxieme souate, op. 65 ; Caprice
brillant sur Le Val d'Andorre, op. 66 ; La
vallee d'amour, op. 67 ; L'alouette, caprice
sur unc melodie de Schubert, op. 68 ; Chant
national de Mendelssohn, fautaisie en forme
de souate, op. 69 ; Caprice brillant sur Le
Prophete, op. 70 ; Aux inanes de Chopin,
elegie et marche fuuebre, op. 71 ; Le chant
du matin, Le chant du troubadour, Le
chant du dimanche, op. 72 ; Le chant du
chasseur, L'adieu du soldat, Le chant du
berceau, op. 73 ; Fantaisie et valse brillante
sur L'eufaut prodigue, op. 74 ; Rondo-ca-
price sur La Dame de Pique et romance
variee, op. 75 ; Caprice caracteristique sur
deux themes de Mendelssohn, op. 7(5 ; Sal-
tarello surun theme de do., op. 77 ; Prome-
nades d'un solitaire, op. 78 ; do., nouvelle
suite, op. 80 ; do., troisieme suite, op. 89;
Quatre preludes, op. 79 ; Nuits blanches,
IS morceaux lyriques, op. 82 ; Six Feuillets
d 'album, op. 83 ; Impromptu, op. 84 ; Deux
Tarentelles, op. 85 ; Dans les bois, six re-
veries et finale, op. 86 ; Scenes italiennes,
fautaisie-tarentelle, op. 87 ; Troisieme so-
nate, op. 88 ; Nouvelles etudes, op. 90 ;
Deux nocturnes et nocturne-serenade, op.
91 ; Trois eglogues, op. 92 ; Deux valses
brillantcs, op. 93; Tableau de genre, op.
94 ; Allegro, op. 95 ; Grande etude de con-
cert, op. 96 ; Douze L:\ndler et valses, op.
97 ; Improvisation sur 11110 melodie de
Schumann, op. 98 ; Quatre Phantasie-Stiicke,
op. 99 ; Deuxieme canzonetta, op. 100 ;
Reverie d'un promeueur solitaire, op. 101 ;
Morceau de chasse, op. 102 ; Troisieme
nocturne, op. 103 ; Polonaise, op. 104 ;
Trois Romances sans paroles, op. 105 ; Trois
bergeries, op. 106 ; Quatre Landler, op.
107 ; Quatrieme scherzo, op. 108 ; Feuilles
d'automue, op. 109 ; Deux morceaux pour
un album, op. 110 ; Morceaux de ballet,
op. Ill ; Caprice huuioristique, op. 112 ;



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Fantiiisie caprice, op. 113 ; Deux calriers,
op. 114 ; Trois ballades, op. 115 ; Preludes
composes pour mademoiselle Lili, op. 119 ;
Lieder, op. 120 ; Trois morceaux, op. 121 ;
Valses-reveries, op. 122 ; Feuilles volantes,
op. 123 ; Scenes d'enfants, op. 124 ; Vingt-
quatre Etudes d'expression et de rhythnie,
op. 125 ; Trois ouvertures, op. 126 ; Etudes
sur Le Freischiitz, de Weber, op. 127 ;
Daus les bois, uouvelle serie, op. 128 ; do.,
troisieme suite, op. 136 ; Deux impromptus,
op. 129 ; 23 Variations sur un theme de
Beethoven, op. 130 ; 21 do., op. 133 ; Trois
nocturnes, op. 131 ; Deux Polonaises, op.
132 ; Petit Alburn, op. 134 ; Deux iiiter-
medes de concert, op. 135 ; Deux taren-
telles, op. 137 ; Album dedie u la jeunesse,




op. 138 ; 3 Etudes pour piano, op. 139 ;
Voyage autour de ma cliambre, op. 140 ; 4
Barcarolles, op. 141. Barbedette, Stephen
Heller, savie, etc. (Paris, 1876) ; Fetis ; do.,
Supplement, i. 456 ; Mendel ; N. Zeitschr.
f. Mus. (1888), 73 ; Schumann, Ges. Schrif-
ten, i. 218, 239, 247 ; ii. 132 ; 211, 314,
351 ; Wurzbach.

HELLMESBERGER, GEORG, the elder,
born in Vienna, April 24, 1800, died at
Neuwaldegg, near Vienna, Aug. 16, 1873.
Violinist, pupil at the Conservatorium of
Bc'ihm on the violin, of E. Forster in compo-
sition ; assistant instructor at the Conserva-
torium in 1821, titular professor in 1825,
and professor in 1833 ; conductor of the Im-
perial opera in 1829 ; member of the court
chapel in 1830 ; pensioned in 1867. He
was the teacher of Ernst, Hausei', Joachim,
Auer, and of his sons Georg and Joseph.
Works : 2 concertos, besides solos and several
works of variations for violin ; string quartet.
Fetis ; Mendel ; Schilling ; Wurzbach.

HELLMESBEEGEB, G E O K G , the
younger, born at Vienna in 1828, died at
Hanover, Nov. 12, 1852. Violinist, sou and




pupil of Georg, the elder ; won great suc-
cess on a concert tour through Germany
and England in 1847, and became Conzert-
nieister of the royal orchestra at Hanover
in 1849. Works Operas: Die Biirgschat't,
given at Hanover ; Die beideu Kunigiunen,
ib. ; symphonies, and other music in MS.
Mendel ; Wurzbach ; Mus. Wochenblatt,
i. 708.

HELLMESBERGER, JOSEPH, the el-
der, born in Vienna,
Nov. 3, 1829, still liv-
ing there, 1889. Vio-
linist, son and pupil of
Georg, the elder ; be-
came artistic director
of the Gesellschaft der
Musikfreunde and di-
rector of the Conser-
vatorium in 1851, Con-
zertmeister at the Imperial Opera in I.SIJO,
first violinist in the court orchestra in 1863,
and Hof-Kapellmeister in 1877. He was
professor of violin at the Couservatorium
in 1850-77. With the concerts of the
string quartet founded by him in 1849,
and which has ever since sustained an
eminent reputation, a new era for chamber
music opened in Vienna. As a teacher of
his instrument, and as a conductor, he has
attained particular and well-deserved dis-
tinction. Austrian and foreign orders : L.
of Honour, 1855, when he was president of
the jury for musical instruments at the Paris
Exhibition ; freedom of the city of Vienna
on his 25th anniversary as director of the
Conservatorium. His compositions are only
of an instructive character. Wurzbach ; Fe-
tis ; do., Supplement, i. 457 ; Mendel ; Mus.
Wochenblatt, i. 708.

HELLMESBERGER, JOSEPH, the
younger, born in Vienna, April 9, 1855, still
living, 1889. Violinist and dramatic com-
poser, son and pupil of Joseph, the elder,
whose quartet he joined as second violin in
1875 ; became solo violinist in the impe-
rial and in the opera orchestra, and pro-
fessor at the Couservatorium in 1878.



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Works Operettas : Kapitiin AhlstrGm, Dei-
Graf von Gleicben, given in Vienna, Theater
Eonacher, 1880 ; Der schijne Kurfiirst, Mu-
nich, Theater am Giirtuerplatz, 1885 ; Ri-
kiki, Vienna, Caiitheater, 1S87 ; Harlekiu
als Elektriker, pantomime, Vienna Opera-
house, 1884 ; Fata Morgana, lyric-choreo-
graphic drama, ib., 1SS5.

HELLWIG, (KARL FRIEDRICH) LUD-
WIG, born at Kunersdorf, near Wrietzeu,
July 23, 1773, died in Berlin, Nov. 24, 1838.
Organist, learned the violin, pianoforte, and
organ almost without a teacher, and while
in business studied theory under Giirrlicli,
G. A. Schneider, and Zelter. Became vice-
director of the Singakademie of Berlin in
1803, organist of the cathedral in 181:5, and
music teacher in several public institutions.
\\~orks: Die Bergknappen, opera given in
Berlin, 1822 ; Don Silvio, do.; Masses, mo-
tets, psalms, canons, chorals, and many
songs and male choruses. Fetis ; Mendel ;
Schilling, Supplement, l'.>9.

HELMONT, ADRIAAN JOSEPH VAN.
born in Brussels, April 14, 1747, died there,
Dec. 28, 1830. Violinist and organist, son
and successor of Charles Joseph van Hc4-
mont, as director and choir-master of SS.
Michel-et-Gudule, Brussels. He had en-
tered the royal chapel as a boy and re-
mained in it for forty years. He was at
one time chef d'orchestre of the Opera at
Amsterdam, and composed an opera, L'a-
mant legataire, 1808, but he wrote chiefly
for the church. Fetis ; do., Supplement, i.
459 ; Van der Straeten, v. 1 and 399 ; ii.
231.

HELMONT, CHARLES JOSEPH VAX,
born in Brussels, March 19, 1715, died
there, June 8, 1790. Organist, maitre de
musique of SS. Michel-et-Gudule, Brussels,
from the age of twenty-two, and director of
the royal chapel for many years. He was
the author of a famous divertissement, Le
retour desire, played at the triumphal en-
try of Charles of Lorraine, as governor of
the Netherlands, into Brussels (1749). He
composed a great deal of church music of



which Van der Straeten gives a detailed list.
Van der Straeten, i. 75 ; Fetis, Supple-
ment, i. 459.

HELP, LORD ! See Hilf, Herr !

HEMELSOET, LOUIS, born in Ghent,
July 20, 1836, still living, 1889. Pianist, pu-
pil of his father, then studied at the Ghent
Conservatoire under Mcugal, Henderickx,
and Andries ; won in 1853 2d prize for har-
mony and 1st prize for pianoforte ; became
professor of pianoforte in Brussels, 185C.
Works : De boeren-kermis, Flemish opera,
Ghent, 18(11 ; Church music ; Vocal and in-
strumental music. Fetis, Supplement, i.
460 ; Mendel, Ergiinz., 154 ; Gregoir, iii. 20.

HEMMERLEIN, JOSEPH, German pi-
anist of the 18th century. He was music
teacher in Fraukfort-on-the-Main in 1780,
and to the Countess von Vorberg in 1786 ;
then lived in Paris until 1799, after which
nothing more is known of him. He pub-
lished G concertos for pianoforte, with
strings, oboes, and horns, 24 sonatas for
pianoforte and violin, 6 do. for pianoforte
(4 hands), 6 trios, 12 menuets, 12 anglaises,
man-lies, etc. Fetis; Mendel.

HEMPEL, GEORG CHRISTOPH, born
in Gotha in 1715, died there, May 4, 1801.
Violinist, member of the ducal chapel of
Gotha. He wrote 11 symphonies, 2 con-
certos, and 12 solos for violin. Fetis ; Ger-
ber (1790), i. 621 (1812), ii. 633.

HEXKEL, HEINRICH, bora at Fulda,
Feb. 14, 1822, still living, 1889. Pianist,
son and pupil of Michael Heukel ; studied
also under Aloys Schmitt, and theory under
Kessler and Anton Andre. After living in
Fulda and Leipsic, he settled in Frankfort-
on-the-Main in 1849 as a teacher, and be-
came one of the founders and directors
of the Musikschule there. He has published
songs and choruses, pianoforte pieces, and
a method for pianoforte. Mendel ; Futis ;
Riemann.

HENKEL, GEORG ANDREAS, born at
Fulda, Feb. 4, 1805, died there, April 5, 1871.
Church and instrumental composer, son
and pupil of Michael Heukel ; began to



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compose at the age of eleven, then studied
law at tbe university of Marburg, and in
1837 obtained au appointment as musical
instructor in tbe seminary at Fulda.
Works : Overture to Schiller's Walleu-
stein's Lager ; Sonata for pianoforte and
violin ; Choruses for male voices ; Piano-
forte and organ music. Symphonies, over-
tures, masses, motets, songs, and choruses
remain in MS. Futis ; Mendel.

HENKEL, MICHAEL, born at Fulda,
June 18, 1780, died there, March 4, 1851.
Church composer, pupil of Vierliug ; early
became chamber musician to the Prince
Bishop of his native place, and from 1805
was music teacher of schools. He com-
posed a large number of church, organ, and
pianoforte pieces, and published several
choral books. Works : Music to Iffland's
drama Achmet uud Zeuida, and to Kouig's
Bauemhochzeit ; 3 German masses for 4
voices, 2 horns, and organ ; 2 sonatas for
pianoforte and violoncello ; 100 versicles,
and other music for the organ ; duos for
flutes ; many pianoforte pieces, songs, and
choral melodies. Mendel ; Fetis ; Schilling.

HENNEBERG, JOHANN BAPTIST,
born at Vienna, Dec. G, 17G8, died there,
Nov. 27, 1822. Organist and pianist, was
conductor at the Theater an der Wieu in
1790-1804, and having removed to Hof, on
the Hungarian frontier, became organist to
Prince Eszterhazy, at Eiseustadt, in 1805,
and also conducted the occasional operatic
performances there. On the disbanding of
the prince's orchestra he returned to Vi-
enna, where he afterward became choir-
master at the Stadtkirche am Hof, and in
1818 court organist. Works Operettas :
Conrad Langbart von Friedburg ; Die
Waldmanner, Vienna, 1793 ; Der Scheeren-
schleifer ; Die EisenkOuigiu, ab. 1800 ; Die
Liebe macht kurzen Process, 1801 ; Die
Gigauten ; Symphonies ; Songs ; Overtures ;
Cantatas ; Church music. Wurzbach ; Men-
del ; Gerber ; Schilling ; Fetis.

HENNEN, ARNOLD, born at Heerlen,
Netherlands, in 1820, still living, 1889. Pi-



anist, pupil at the Liege Conservatoire,
where he won the first pianoforte prize,
1845. He went to Paris in 1847, and set-
tled in London in 1850 ; now lives in Heer-
len. He has published concertos and other
pianoforte music. Fetis, Supplement, i.
461 ; Gregoir, Doc. hist., iii. 21 ; Viotta.

HENNEN, FREDERIK, born at Heer-
len, Holland, in 1830, still living, 1889.
Violinist, brother of Arnold and Mattheus
Heuueu, pupil at the Liuge Conservatoire,
of Dupout and Prume ; won first prize for
violin, 1S4G, and medal, 1847. With his
brother Arnold he went to Paris, and in
1850 settled in London, where he became
first violinist at Her Majesty's Theatre,
under Balfe. Obliged to retire in 1855 on
account of his health, he made a concert
tour through Holland with his two brothers,
and after his return to London was solo vio-
linist at the English theatre and the Phil-
harmonic Society. Since 1872 he has lived
at his country seat at Strythageu, near
Heerlen. He has composed for his instru-
ment. Fetis, Supplement, i. 461 ; Gregoir,
Doc. hist., iii. 22.

HENNEN, MATTHEUS, born at Heerlen,
in 1828, still living, 1889. Pianist, brother
of Arnold Henneu ; pupil of the Liege Con-
servatoire ; won first pianoforte prize in
1852. He settled in 1860 as teacher in Ant-
werp, where he is professor in the school of
music. He has published music for piano-
forte, violin, and violoncello, and church and
orchestral music. Fetis, Supplement, i.
461 ; Gregoir, Doc. hist., iii. 21.

HENNIG, KARL, born in Berlin, April
23, 1819, died there, April, 18, 1873. He
was organist of St. Paul's in 1847, and of
;he Sophieukirche from 1351 until his
death ; also directed the male chorus, Lyra,
and in 1863 received the title of royal music
director. His most important compositions
are Die Sterneuuacht, symphony-cantata,
1854; Konigspsalni (1849), and Friedens-
psalm (1854), for soli, chorus, and orches-
tra ; besides which he wrote songs, and many
quartets for male voices. Mendel ; Riemauu.



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HENNING, KARL WILHELM, born at
Berlin, Jan 31, 1784, died there, April,
1807. He became violinist at the royal
theatre in 1807 ; chamber musician in the
court chapel in 1811 ; royal Couzertmeister
ill 1822 ; member Royal Academy in 1833 ;
made royal Kapellmeister by Friedrich
Wilhclm IV. in 1840, and after fifty years'
service, was pensioned in 1848. Works :
Das Rosenmadchen, comic opera, given in
Berlin, 1825 ; Music to 30 plays, melodra-
mas, 2 ballets ; Cantatas; Songs; sextet for
strings ; Quartet for violins, irios, duos, so-
natas, and solos for violin and violoncello.
Mendel ; Fetis ; Schilling.

HENNH's. See Haym.

HENRION, PAUL, born in Paris, .Inly
20, 1819, still living, 1889. Vocal com-
poser, studied pianoforte under Henri
Karr, and harmony with the blind organist,
Moucouteau ; published over 1,000 ro-
mances and chansonnettes, many of which
have become very popular. His operettas,
I'ne rencontre dans le Danube (1854), t'ne



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