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He studied at Zeneakadémia (Academy of Music) in Budapest at the same time as the noted Hungarian composers Imre Kálmán and Albert Szirmai. Jacobi began his career as "Jakabfi Viktor" on 17 December 1904 with the operetta "A rátartós királykisasszony".
After that, he left London for the United States and during his stay in New York City he became very ill. He died there at the age of 38.
- 1904: A rátartós királykisasszony (The Haughty Princess)
- 1905: Legvitézebb Huszár (The Brave Hussar)
- 1906: A tengerszem tündére (The Nautical Fairy)
- 1907: Tüskerózsa (Rambler Rose)
- 1908: Van, de nincs (There Is, But There Isn't)
- 1909: Jánoska
- 1911: Leányvásár (The Marriage Market)
- 1914: Szibill (Sybill)
- 1919: Apple Blossoms, with Fritz Kreisler
- 1921: The Love Letter
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