Early Romantic (1800-1850)

?*Amalie, Princess of Saxony (Amalie Heiter) (1794-1870) –

Anspach, Elizabeth, Margravine of (1750-1828) –

Appignani, Adelaide Orsola (1807-1884) – Italian.

Athanasiu-Gardeev, Esmeralda (1834-1917) – Romanian.

*Auernhammer, Josepha Barbara von (1758-1820) – Austrian. 6 variations sur un theme hongrois available on Spotify.

*Bądarzewska-Baranowska, Tekla (1834-1861) – Polish. Composer of “The Maiden’s Prayer,” which became something of a Polish folk song. Many renditions of this one tune are available on Spotify.

Bawr, Sophie, Mme de (1773-1860) – French.

Bergh, Gertrude van den (1793-1840) – Dutch.

Blahetka, Leopoldine (1809-1885) – Austrian.

http://imslp.org/wiki/Category:Blahetka,_Leopoldina

*Bottini, Marianna (1802-1858) – Italian. A requiem mass and a clarinet adagio are available on Spotify.

*Brentano, Bettina (1785-1859) – German. A few lieder available on Spotify.

Brizzi Giorgi, Maria (1775-1822) – Italian.

Browne, Augusta (1820-1882) – Irish-American.

Candeille, Julie

Cibbini-Kozeluch, Catherina

Coccia, Maria Rosa

Della Pietà, Agata

Droste-Hülshoff, Annette von

Duchambge, Pauline

Farrenc, (Jeanne-)Louise

Farrenc, Victorine Louise

Gail, Sophie

Hartmann, Emma Sophie Amalie

Hodges, Faustina Hasse

Hortense

Kinkel, Johanna

Lang, Josephine

Le Hye, Louise-Geneviève de

Liebmann, Helene

Linwood, Mary

Loder, Kate (Fanny)

Masson, Elizabeth

Mendelssohn, Fanny

Nerantzi, Susanna

Oury, Anna Caroline

Reinagle, Caroline

Sloman, Jane

Sullivan, Marion Dix

Szymanowska, Maria Agata

Uccelli, Carolina

Wartel, (Atale) Thérèse (Annette)

Zumsteeg, Emilie

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