Of them we learn something in Davison's Essay on the Works of F. Chopin, from which I must quote a few passages: Moscheles, Mr. Cipriani Potter, Mr. Kiallmark, Madame de Belleville-Oury, Mr. November 7, 1804; d. He is said to have had a thorough appreciation and understanding of Chopin's genius, and even in his last years played much of that master's music.
Henrietta Heidenreich has composed a number of violin pieces, and Mathilde Heim-Brehm has done the same. The Countess Stephanie Vrabely Wurmbrand wrote a violin sonata, also several piano works and incidental music to "Die Schöne Melusine." In the field of piano music, Emilie Belleville-Oury is worthy of mention. Born at Munich in 1808, she made that city her residence until her death in 1880.