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Delphine von Schauroth (Baroness Delphine Roth) (b. 13 March 1813, d. 1887) was a German pianist and composer. Biography Delphine von Schauroth was born in Magdeburg, the daughter of Louise von Teltz. She began piano studies at an early age with Friedrich Kalkbrenner in Paris, and in 1822 made her debut in Frankfurt am Main at a concert organized by Karl Friedrich Wilhelm Guhr. This was followed by a European tour the next year, including appearances in Paris and London, and later by additional tours.[1] When Felix Mendelssohn visited Munich in 1831, he considered marriage with Von Schauroth, and wrote to his sister Fanny that she had composed a passage of his Concerto in G minor for piano "that makes a startling effect." However, he never revealed what passage she had written.[2] In 1833 Von Schauroth married English clergyman Edwin Hill-Handley and moved to London, but continued her concert appearances. In 1837 she separated from her husband and moved back to Munich with her mother. In 1848 she married Stephan Freiherr Henning von Eberg, but the marriage failed, and in 1856 she married Edward Knight and separated again. In 1870 Von Schauroth joined the General German Music Association as a composer. She died in Munich.[3] Works Selected works include: Song without Words in E major Sonata in A minor Sonata in E major Sonata brilliant in C minor Six Songs without Words, Op 18 Capriccio in B flat minor References ^ Woodstra, Chris; Brennan, Gerald; Schrott, Allen (2005). All music guide to classical music: the definitive guide.  ^ "Program Notes". Retrieved 7 November 2010.  ^ "Schauroth, Schaurodt, Delphine, Delfine, Adolphine von, verh. Hill-Handley, verh. Henninger von Eberg, verh. Knight". Retrieved 7 November 2010.  Persondata Name Schauroth, Delphine Von Alternative names Short description Composer and pianist Date of birth 13 March 1814 Place of birth Magdeburg, Germany Date of death 1887 Place of death Munich, Germany