Henry Louis Reginald De Koven Edit Profile
Graduate Oxford, 1880. (Museum Doctor, Racine College). Studied music, Stuttgart, Florence, Paris and Vienna.
Has served as musical critic on various New York publications, Harper’s Weekly, New York World, etc. Founder and conductor The Washington Symphony Orchestra. President Manuscript Society, 1897-1898.
Member National Institute of Arts and Letters. Composer (operas): The Begum. Don Quixote; Robin Hood.
The Fencing Master; The Algerian. Rob Roy; The Knickerbockers. The Tzigane; The Mandarin.
The Highwayman; The Three Dragoons. Papa’s Wife; Foxey Quiller. Little Duchess; Maid Marian.
Red Feather; Happyland. Student King; The Snowman. The Golden Butterfly.
The Beauty Spot; The Wedding Trip. Her Little Highness; grand opera, The Canterbury Pilgrims, produced Metropolitan Opera House, New York, March 1917. A Masque of American Drama.
Also over 300 songs, including “Oh, Promise Me,” and “A Recessional.”.
Member National Institute of Arts and Letters.
Married Anna Farwell, May 1, 1884.