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Jenko, Davorin, 1835-1914

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Personal name headingJenko, Davorin, 1835-1914
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Biography/History noteDavorin Jenko, (born Martin Jenko; Dvorje 9 November 1835 - Ljubljana, 25 November 1914) was a Slovene and Serbian composer. He is sometimes considered the father of Slovenian national Romantic music. Among other songs, he composed the melody for the Serbian national anthem Bože pravde ("God of Justice"), the former Slovenian national anthem Naprej, zastava Slave ("Forward, Flag of Glory!"), and the popular Serbian and Montenegrin anthem Onamo, 'namo!.
Associated countrySerbia
Birth date1835-11-09
Death date1914-11-25
Place of deathLjubljana (Slovenia)
Field of activityComposition (Music) Conducting
Profession or occupationConductors (Music) Composers
Found inMahkota, K. Davorin Jenko, 1935.
Wikimedia data, found via Wikipedia page, April 26, 2016 (sex or gender: male; Commons category: Davorin Jenko; ISNI: 0000000078656959; place of death: Ljubljana; instance of: human; date of birth: +1835-11-09T00:00:00Z; date of death: +1914-11-25T00:00:00Z; member of: Serbian Academy of Sciences and Arts; member of: Serbian Learned Society; country of citizenship: Serbia; occupation: conductor; occupation: composer; educated at: University of Vienna; notable work: Bože Pravde; given name: Davorin; location of burial: Žale; labels: ru: Енко; Davorin Jenko; sr: Даворин Јенко; uk: Даворин Енко; descriptions: Komponist und Dirigent; Slovenian composer; compositeur; dirigent uit Servië ; ru: словенский композитор; aliases: ru: Даворин Енко; sr: Даворин Јенка; Davorin Jenko)