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Nissen, Georg Nikolaus von, 1761-1826

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Personal name headingNissen, Georg Nikolaus von, 1761-1826
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Variant(s)Von Nissen, Georg Nikolaus, 1761-1826
Nissen, G.-N. de, 1761-1826
De Nissen, G.-N., 1761-1826
Nissen, Nikolaus von, 1761-1826
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LocatedCopenhagen (Denmark) Vienna (Austria)
Birth date1761-01-22
Death date1826-03-24
Place of birthHaderslev (Denmark)
Place of deathSalzburg (Austria)
Field of activityDiplomacy Composers--Biography
AffiliationDannebrugsordenen (Denmark)
Profession or occupationDiplomats Biographers Musicologists
Found innuc88-19075: His Biographie W.A. Mozarts, 1984 (hdg. on FMU rept.: Nissen, Georg Nikolaus von, 1761-1826; usage: Georg Nikolaus von Nissen)
OCLC data base, 1/23/92 (hdg.: Nissen, Georg Nicolaus von, 1761-1826; usage: Georg Nikolaus von Nissen; Georg Nikolaus Nissen; G.-N. de Nissen)
NUC pre-56 (hdg.: Nissen, Georg Nicolaus von, 1761-1826)
New Grove (Nissen, Georg Nikolaus; b. Haderslev, 1/22/1761; d. Salzburg, 3/24/1826; Danish diplomat and music historian)
Sjøqvist, V. Twice perfectly happy, 1991: p. 37 (Georg Nikolaus Nissen)
Schurig, Arthur. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, 1913: title page ("auf Grund der vornehmlich durch Nikolaus von Nissen gesammelten biographischen Quellen und der Ergebnisse der neuesten Forschung dargestellt von Dr. Arthur Schurig")
Danish Wikipedia, Jan. 20, 2016 (Georg Nicolaus Nissen, born 22 January 1761 in Haderslev, died 24 March 1826 in Salzburg; Danish diplomat, married to Mozart's widow Constanze Mozart; studied in Copenhagen and published a few poems; entered foreign service in 1790, was stationed in Regensburg and Vienna; styled "von Nissen" from 1800; from approximately 1798, lived with Constanze Mozart in Vienna, but they only married on 26 June 1809 in Bratislava (having fled Vienna to escape Napoleon's troops); the couple moved to Copenhagen in 1810, where Nissen worked as a newspaper censor, and to Salzburg in 1824, where Nissen began the first major biography of Mozart on the basis of the Mozart family correspondence; the work was unfinished at his death, and was completed by others; his epitaph reads : "Georg Nicolaus von Nissen, Ko╠łnigl. Da╠łnischer wirklicher Etats-Rath. Ritter des Dannebrog Ordens. Gatte der Wittwe Mozart")
Wikipedia, Jan. 20, 2016 (Georg Nikolaus von Nissen (sometimes Nicolaus or Nicolai; January 22, 1761-March 24, 1826); Danish diplomat and music historian)
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