Henriette Dauer-von Etzdorf

Henriette Dauer-von Etzdorf (1758 – 16 March 1843 in Vienna) was a German stage actress and opera singer.[1]

Born in Gotha, Dauer, née von Etzdorf, made her stage debut in 1778. She worked at the Hofburgtheater from 1779 to 1822, mostly as an actress, but also as an opera singer according to the customs of that time. She often played at the Burgtheater. Towards the end of her career she played comic mothers and comic old men. She was married to her colleague Johann Ernst Dauer (1746-1812).


  1. ^ Kutsch, K. J.; Riemens, Leo (1993). Dauer-von Etzdorf, Henriette. Großes Sängerlexikon (in German) (4 ed.). Walter de Gruyter. p. 648. ISBN 3-907820-70-3.

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