Hans Von Bülow: A Life and Times

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Appendix III
Bülow’s Titles and Honours
September 16, 1853Elevated to the German nobility on the death of his father. Thereafter he bears the title of Baron.
May 1, 1856Honorary Membership in the NeuWeimar-Verein
1858Appointed Royal Prussian Court Pianist. The title was removed from him in 1884 for publicly insulting Baron von Hülsen, intendant of the Berlin Royal Opera House. Thereafter, Bülow styled himself ‘The Peo ple’s Pianist’.
April 12, 1860Diploma of Honorary Membership in the Conservatory of Music in Bohemia
February 12, 1864Degree of Doctor of Philosophy (honoris causa) from the University of Jena
February 13, 1864Honorary Diploma of the Jena Academic Choral Society
September 12, 1864Appointed Vorspieler to His Majesty King Ludwig II of Bavaria
October 1867Invested by His Majesty King Ludwig II of Bavaria with the Order of the Cross of Saint Michael, First Class
February 22, 1870Honorary Diploma as Corresponding Member of the Royal Academy of Music in Florence
March 25, 1870Order of the Crown of Italy, confirmed by his Royal Majesty Vittorio Emanuele II, Grand Master of the Order

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