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This Day in the Arts: December 16

1775:

English novelist Jane Austen, noted for her witty studies of early-19th-century English society, is born.

1893:

Antonín Dvorák’s Symphony No. 9 in E minor, known by its subtitle, “From the New World,” premieres. Neil Armstrong would take this music with him to the moon in 1969.


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