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Marie Catherine Sophie d'Agoult (de Flavigny), Comtesse

别名字号 "Daniel Stern"
生日 (70)
出生地 Frankfurt, Hesse, Germany
逝世 1876年3月5日 (70)
Pere Lachaise Cemetery, Paris, France
葬于 Père Lachaise
直接亲属

Alexander Victor François Vicomte de FlavignyMaria Elisabeth de Flavigny之女
Charles Louis Constant, comte d'Agoult的前妻
Louise d'Agoult; Claire Christine d'Agoult; Blandine-Rachel Ollivier; Cosima* Francesca Gaetana LisztDaniel Liszt之母
Maurice Adolphe Charles de Flavigny的姐妹

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About Marie de Flavigny "alias Daniel Stern", Comtesse d'Agoult

Marie d'Agoult

Marie Catherine Sophie de Flavigny, Vicomtesse de Flavigny (December 31, 1805 - March 5, 1876), was a French author, known also by her married name and title, Marie, Comtesse d'Agoult, and by her pen name, Daniel Stern.

She was born in Frankfurt am Main, Germany, the daughter of Alexander Victor François de Flavigny (1770-1819), a footloose émigré French aristocrat, and his wife Maria Elisabeth Bethmann (1772-1847), a German banker's daughter. The young Marie spent her early years in Germany and completed her education in a French convent after the Bourbon Restoration. She entered into an early marriage of convenience with Charles Louis Constant d'Agoult, Comte d'Agoult (1790-1875) on May 16, 1827, thereby becoming the Comtesse d'Agoult. They had two daughters, Louise (1828-1834) and Claire (1830-1912). They were divorced on August 19, 1835.

From 1835 to 1839 she lived with virtuoso pianist and composer Franz Liszt, who was five years younger, and was then a rising concert star. D'Agoult had three children with Liszt; however, she and Liszt did not marry, maintaining their independent views and other differences while Liszt was busy composing and touring throughout Europe. Their children were Blandine (1835-1862), who was the first wife of future French prime minister Émile Ollivier but died at the age of 26; Cosima (1837-1930) (who married Richard Wagner, the second marriage for them both); and Daniel (1839-1859), who was already a promising pianist and gifted scholar when he died of tuberculosis. Chopin dedicated his second set of piano etudes to Marie d'Agoult.

In 1876 she died in Paris, and was buried in Division 54 of Père Lachaise Cemetery.

She was portrayed by Geneviève Page in the 1960 film Song Without End, opposite Dirk Bogarde as Liszt, and by Bernadette Peters in the 1991 James Lapine film Impromptu, which dramatized encounters between d'Agoult, Liszt (Julian Sands), Chopin (Hugh Grant), and Georges Sand (Judy Davis).

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Marie de Flavigny "alias Daniel Stern", Comtesse d'Agoult的年谱

1805
1805年12月31日
Frankfurt, Hesse, Germany
1828
1828年
22岁
1830
1830年
24岁
1835
1835年12月18日
29岁
Geneva, Genève, Geneva, Switzerland
1837
1837年12月24日
31岁
Bellagio, Como, Lombardy, Italy
1839
1839年5月9日
33岁
Rome, Lazio, Italy
1876
1876年3月5日
70岁
Paris, France