JaŽll, Alfred

PIANIST (AUSTRIAN EMPIRE)
BORN 6 Mar 1832, Trieste - DIED 27 Feb 1882, Paris
GRAVE LOCATION Paris: Passy CimetiŤre, 2 Rue du Commandant Schloesing (division 03)

Alfred JaŽll studied under Carl Czerny and made his first public appearances when he was only eleven years old. He appeared at the Teatro San Benedetto in Venice in 1843. In 1844 he studied with Ignaz Moscheles in Vienna. He continued his studies in Brussels and Paris where he may have been a student of Chopin allthough there seems to be little evidence of this.

From 1851 to 1854 he succesfully toured the USA. In 1851 he introduced Adeline Patti there to the public. His performances of the work of Louis Moreau Gottschalk helped to establish Gottschalk's reputation. In 1855 he became court pianist in Hanover.

He married the French pianist pianist Marie Trautmann in 1866. They toured in Europe together. In 1882 he suddenly died in Paris, aged only 49. His compositions were soon forgotten.

Family
• Wife: JaŽll, Marie (1868-1882)

Related persons
• was pupil to Chopin, Frťdťric FranÁois
• was pupil to Czerny, Carl
• performed work of Gottschalk, Louis Moreau
• was a friend of Liszt, Franz

Sources
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alfred_Ja%C3%ABll

Images

The grave of Alfred JaŽll and Marie JaŽll at Passy Cemetery, Paris.
Picture by Androom (06 Nov 2016)

 


JaŽll, Marie

Published: 27 Nov 2016
Last update: 27 Nov 2016