Pejačević, Dora (1885-1923)

Dora Pejacevic. Public Domain.

Alternative last name spellings: Pejacsevich. Von Lumbe.
Alternative first name spellings: Mária Theodóra Paulina Zsófia
Alias: Dora

 

GENERAL INFO

Description: Dora Pejačević was composer, pianist and violinist with a Croatian and Hungarian origin, born to the noble Pejačević family from Slavonia. She was a child prodigy who played the piano at an early age, and began composing at the age of 12. A short time later she was considered an important Croatian composer, with a catalogue of 58 works and 106 compositions. His symphony in F sharp minor is his most famous composition, considered to be the first modern symphony of Croatian music. Dora also introduced the orchestral song in Croatia.
Sex: Female Occupation: Composer, pianist, violinist.
Place of Birth / Death: Budapest, Kingdom of Hungary. / Munich, Upper Bavaria, Bavaria, Germany.
Country Tags: Hungary. Croatia.
Periods: 19th Century. 20th Century Genres: Symphonic music, Orchestral music, Choral music, Chamber music, Vocal music, Instrumental music, Concert.
Styles: Romanticism. School / Group: –
Instruments: Piano and violin. Relatives: Vay de Vaya (mother), 
Patrons: – Master: Vay de Vaya, Dragutin Kaiser y Walter Courvoisier, Percy Sherwood, Henri Petri.

 

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