Year 1890Justine (Ernestine) Rose-Mahler (1868-1938) and Gustav Mahler (1860-1911). Budapest.

Relation to Gustav Mahler (1860-1911): A sister.

  • Brothers and sisters:
  1. Isidor Mahler (1858-1859).
  2. Gustav Mahler (1860-1911).
  3. Ernst Mahler (1862-1875).
  4. Leopoldine Quittner-Mahler (1863-1889).
  5. Karl Mahler (1864-1865).
  6. Rudolf Mahler (1865-1866).
  7. Alois (Louis) Mahler (1867-1931).
  8. Justine (Ernestine) Rose-Mahler (1868-1938).
  9. Arnold Mahler (1869-1871).
  10. Friedrich (Fritz) Mahler (1871-1871).
  11. Alfred Mahler (1872-1873).
  12. Otto Mahler (1873-1895).
  13. Emma Marie Eleanor Rosé-Mahler (1875-1933).
  14. Konrad Mahler (1879-1881).
  • Children: 2: 
  1. Alfred Eduard Rose (1902-1975)
  2. Alma Maria Rose (1906-1944)
  • Nickname: Justi.
  • Crossed eyes.
  • Justine Mahler is eight years younger than her brother Gustav Mahler (1860-1911).
  • Became Catholic in the same period as Gustav
  • She would never go to a concert without having a doctor with her
  • She already spoke English when she arrived in America.
  • She took three years of devoted care for her seriously ill parents.
  • 11-10-1889: When her mother Marie Mahler-Herrmann (1837-1889) died (at the age of 52), Justine was 20 years old.
  • 10-03-1902: Eduard Rose (1859-1943) is married to Emma Marie Eleanor Rosé-Mahler (1875-1933), while his brother Arnold Josef Rose (1863-1946) is married to her sister Justine (Ernestine) Rose-Mahler (1868-1938).
  • Justine had an extensive celebrity autograph collection. It was for her that her brother Gustav, and her husband Arnold Rosé, saved the personal, the laudatory, and the congratulatory letters from such well-known persons as Nellie Melba, Adelina Patti, Princess Metternich, Wanda Landowska, Moritz Rosenthal, Jacob Dont, Hans Schliessmann, Arnold Schoenberg, Max Bruch, Max Reger, Pietro Mascagni, Richard Strauss, Anton Bruckner, Anton Webern, Engelbert Humperdinck, Antonín Dvorák, Ethel Smyth, Erich Wolfgang Korngold and many others.
  • Collector of the cooking recipes of the critic Ludwig Karpath (1866-1936).
  • 1899 Concert Vienna 19-02-1899 and Restaurant Meissl und Schaden

Justine (Ernestine) Rose-Mahler (1868-1938) and Leopoldine Quittner-Mahler (1863-1889).

Year 1889Justine (Ernestine) Rose-Mahler (1868-1938) and Emma Marie Eleanor Rose-Mahler (1875-1933).

Year 1889Gustav Mahler (1860-1911) and Justine (Ernestine) Rose-Mahler (1868-1938).

Year 1890Justine (Ernestine) Rose-Mahler (1868-1938).

Year 1890Justine (Ernestine) Rose-Mahler (1868-1938) and Gustav Mahler (1860-1911). Venice.

03-06-1896, Year 1896. Picture postcard sent by Gustav Mahler in Dresden to his sister Justine (Ernestine) Rose-Mahler (1868-1938) in Munich:

Everything went well. Arthur Nikisch (1855-1922) will perform Nos. 1 and 2 in the Gewandhaus - from Symphony No. 2, and 4 and 5 from Symphony No. 3 in BerlinErnst von Schuch (1846-1914) is performing the whole of Symphony No. 2. The local intendant listened too. It even pleased him personally. Scheidemantel will sing the Fahrenden Gesellen! I am travelling overnight to Vienna. Affectionately, g.

Postcard Gruss aus Dresden. Postmark: Dresden 03-06-1896, Arrival postmark: 04-06-1896.

Fine autograph postcard signed ("g"), to his sister, Justine (Ernestine) Rose-Mahler (1868-1938), with autograph address panel, a little creased, postmarked, Dresden, 03-06-1896.

Some of the excitement of Mahler's feelings is revealed in this message, written in a small space, in pencil, between the views of Dresden. Three movements of Symphony No. 2 had been performed in a concert in 1895 and it had been given complete in 12-1895. The whole of Symphony No. 3 was not played until 1902.

  • The Berlin performance took place on 09-11-1896. 
  • The Leipzig performance took place on 14-12-1896.
  • In the end Schuch performed only the second, third and fourth movements of Symphony No. 2 on 15-01-1897.
  • Intendant: Graf Nikolas von Seebach (1854-1930).
  • Baritone: Karl Scheidemantel (1859-1923).
  • To Fraulein Justine Mahler in Munchen, Schellingstrasse 70, at Rudolf Krzyzanowski (1859-1911)'s. Justine was en route to Steinbach. 

03-06-1896, Year 1896. Picture postcard sent by Gustav Mahler in Dresden to Justine (Ernestine) Rose-Mahler (1868-1938) in Munich. Backside. 

Vienna. Justine (Ernestine) Rose-Mahler (1868-1938). Photographer W(enzel) Weis (1858-1930), Landstraßer Hauptstraße 67, Vienna

Vienna. Justine (Ernestine) Rose-Mahler (1868-1938) (detail).

Justine (Ernestine) Rose-Mahler (1868-1938)Alma Maria Rose (1906-1944)Arnold Josef Rose (1863-1946) and Vasa Prihoda (1900-1906). 

Justine (Ernestine) Rose-Mahler (1868-1938)

Grave Justine (Ernestine) Rose-Mahler (1868-1938). Grinzing cemetery (20-5-6), Vienna, Austria.

Grave Justine (Ernestine) Rose-Mahler (1868-1938). Grinzing cemetery (20-5-6), Vienna, Austria.

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