Heinrich Ludwig Egmont Dorn (14 November 1804 – 10 January 1892) was a German conductor, composer, and journalist. He was born in Königsberg (now known as Kaliningrad), where he studied piano, singing, and composition. Later, he studied in Berlin with Ludwig Berger, Bernhard Klein, and Carl Friedrich Zelter. His first opera, Rolands Knappen, was produced in 1826, and was a success. Around this time, he became co-editor of the Berliner allgemeine Muzikzeitung. Dorn died in Berlin in 1892.

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  • Heinrich Ludwig Egmont Dorn (* 14. November 1804 in Königsberg; † 10. Januar 1892 in Berlin) war ein deutscher Komponist der Romantik sowie Dirigent, Musikdirektor und Musikkritiker. (de)
  • Heinrich Ludwig Egmont Dorn (né le 14 novembre 1804 à Königsberg, aujourd'hui Kaliningrad en Russie ; mort le 10 janvier 1892 à Berlin) est un compositeur de musique romantique allemand. (fr)
  • ハインリヒ・ルートヴィヒ・エグモント・ドルン(Heinrich Ludwig Egmont Dorn 1804年11月14日 - 1892年1月10日)は、ドイツの指揮者、作曲家、ジャーナリスト。 (ja)
  • Heinrich Ludwig Egmont Dorn (ur. 14 października 1804 w Królewcu, zm. 10 stycznia 1892 w Berlinie) – niemiecki kompozytor, nauczyciel Roberta Schumanna, pisał opery, utwory fortepianowe i liczne pieśni, był też teoretykiem i krytykiem. (pl)
  • Генрих Людвиг Эгмонт Дорн (нем. Heinrich Ludwig Egmont Dorn; 14 ноября 1804, Кёнигсберг — 10 января 1892, Берлин) — немецкий композитор и дирижёр. Отец Александра Дорна. (ru)
  • Heinrich Ludwig Egmont Dorn (14 November 1804 – 10 January 1892) was a German conductor, composer, and journalist. He was born in Königsberg (now known as Kaliningrad), where he studied piano, singing, and composition. Later, he studied in Berlin with Ludwig Berger, Bernhard Klein, and Carl Friedrich Zelter. His first opera, Rolands Knappen, was produced in 1826, and was a success. Around this time, he became co-editor of the Berliner allgemeine Muzikzeitung. Dorn became well known as a conductor of opera, and held theatre posts at Königsberg (1828), Leipzig (1829–32), Hamburg (1832), Riga (1834–43), and Cologne (1844–8). In 1849, he became co-conductor, with Wilhelm Taubert, of the Berlin Hofoper - a post he held until 1869. Dorn taught counterpoint to the young Robert Schumann, and was a friend of Franz Liszt. He was a harsh critic of Richard Wagner, but was persuaded to conduct the opera Tannhäuser, in 1855. He also wrote an opera Die Nibelungen, based on the Nibelungenlied, in 1853, many years before Wagner completed Der Ring des Nibelungen. Dorn died in Berlin in 1892. (en)
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  • Heinrich Ludwig Egmont Dorn (* 14. November 1804 in Königsberg; † 10. Januar 1892 in Berlin) war ein deutscher Komponist der Romantik sowie Dirigent, Musikdirektor und Musikkritiker. (de)
  • Heinrich Ludwig Egmont Dorn (né le 14 novembre 1804 à Königsberg, aujourd'hui Kaliningrad en Russie ; mort le 10 janvier 1892 à Berlin) est un compositeur de musique romantique allemand. (fr)
  • ハインリヒ・ルートヴィヒ・エグモント・ドルン(Heinrich Ludwig Egmont Dorn 1804年11月14日 - 1892年1月10日)は、ドイツの指揮者、作曲家、ジャーナリスト。 (ja)
  • Heinrich Ludwig Egmont Dorn (ur. 14 października 1804 w Królewcu, zm. 10 stycznia 1892 w Berlinie) – niemiecki kompozytor, nauczyciel Roberta Schumanna, pisał opery, utwory fortepianowe i liczne pieśni, był też teoretykiem i krytykiem. (pl)
  • Генрих Людвиг Эгмонт Дорн (нем. Heinrich Ludwig Egmont Dorn; 14 ноября 1804, Кёнигсберг — 10 января 1892, Берлин) — немецкий композитор и дирижёр. Отец Александра Дорна. (ru)
  • Heinrich Ludwig Egmont Dorn (14 November 1804 – 10 January 1892) was a German conductor, composer, and journalist. He was born in Königsberg (now known as Kaliningrad), where he studied piano, singing, and composition. Later, he studied in Berlin with Ludwig Berger, Bernhard Klein, and Carl Friedrich Zelter. His first opera, Rolands Knappen, was produced in 1826, and was a success. Around this time, he became co-editor of the Berliner allgemeine Muzikzeitung. Dorn died in Berlin in 1892. (en)
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