Category talk:Ernest, Gustav

Teacher of modern composer Ursula Mamlok, it seems. Eric 21:12, 29 September 2010 (UTC)

Also, to make nationality more difficult, he is described here as a Prussian (residing in London)... - Polish, Dutch, from Prussia- I like internationalism in music myself, though then again I have no real idea where the borders of the then-Prussia really "map" nowadays. Or whether their description is accurate. He appears in a few music journal articles from the mid-1880s by the way, haven't found one that's really a good biography exactly (though then again he was in his mid-20s at the time!) Eric 14:18, 6 October 2010 (UTC)

Also see article from 1903 (Proceedings of the Musical Association, Volume 29, p.73, Google Books) by Gustav Ernest on Beethoven (presumably the same Ernest. If access to Google Books lacks- their policy in Europe is odd, I know- some libraries may have the print edition to that and the aforementioned 1880s-1901-odd articles, I can provide the specific references if interested in preparing a piecemeal semi-biography...) Eric 14:23, 6 October 2010 (UTC)