International Piano Quarterly

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The Piano Quarterly

PIANIST ' S WORLD 0 L Τ Ε ELLULL . T. NEWS COMPETITIONS First prize is $ 5
, 000 and a Carnegie Recital Hall debut . Deadline for entries is : January 27 ,
1992 . For further information contact : Vivian Leon , Department of Music ...

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The Piano Quarterly

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Piano Keyboard

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International Piano

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International Record Review

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International Opera Collector

A Gramophone publication Gramophone's quarterly magazines for the enthusias
UTRO International Piano Quarterly International Piano Quarterly is the only
magazine to cover all aspects of the classical piano on record . IPQ contains a
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Pianists on and Off the Record

Jorge Bolet : International Piano Quarterly , No . 2 ( Winter 1997 ) p . 18 - 29 .
Ferruccio Busoni : ARSC Journal , Vol . 10 , Nos . 2 - 3 ( 1979 ) , p . 185 - 187 .
Robert Casadesus : see booklet for LP set , Columbia M3 32135 . George
Copeland ...

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England s Piano Sage

His students eventually included major concert pianists of the post-World War I era, such as York Bowen, Dame Myra Hess, Sir Clifford Curzon, Harriet Cohen, Eileen Joyce, and Dame Moura Lympany, all of whom advanced British pianism in the ...

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British pianist and teacher Tobias Matthay (1858-1945) believed that science could unlock the secrets of artistic success, and thus began a program of musical instruction, theorizing, and writing on piano technique that bespoke his reverence for observation and reasoning in artistic piano performance. His students eventually included major concert pianists of the post-World War I era, such as York Bowen, Dame Myra Hess, Sir Clifford Curzon, Harriet Cohen, Eileen Joyce, and Dame Moura Lympany, all of whom advanced British pianism in the 20th century.In England's Piano Sage, scholar and pianist Stephen Siek tells the story of Matthay, who began teaching at London's Royal Academy of Music in 1880 and two decades later had so many students that he was prompted to open his own piano school in London. After World War I, student enrollments approached some 500 students, and no conservatory in the world was then producing so many finished pianists. By 1925 his towering status in Britain reached across the Atlantic with the founding of the American Matthay Association, and the adoption of his ideas by Yale and Juilliard. From these heights, Matthay's reputation would experience a precipitous fall, from his forced resignation from the Royal Academy to the barrage of criticism attacking his theories.Rich in detail, Siek's book chronicles the personal and professional story of a remarkable man whose monumental achievements now largely lay forgotten, but clearly deserve a second look. In this comprehensive biography, Siek offers a modern reassessment of Matthay's contributions, exploring not only the great piano theorist's life but also his musical compositions, writings on piano technique, relationship to the Royal Academy of Music, his successful piano school on London's Wimpole Street, and the many world-famous pianists he would come to train on both sides of the Atlantic.

Shura Cherkassky

The Piano's Last Czar Elizabeth Carr. Review. Bulgarsko Muzilcozanie 32 ... “[
International Brighton] Festival.” 1 114 (September 1991): 337—38. ...
International Piano Quarterly 1 (Spring 1998): 93—95. Albeson, A. T. “Eccentric
genius.

Author: Elizabeth Carr

Publisher: Scarecrow Press

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Category: Music

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This biography documents the unique artistry and highly unusual life of the internationally acclaimed pianist Shura Cherkassky, who, at the time of his death in 1995, was universally recognized to be among the greatest pianists in music history, and the last link to the romantic piano tradition of Chopin, Liszt and Anton Rubinstein.

Willing s Press Guide

INTERNATIONAL RUGBY NEWS Summary of Content : Journal of the Catholic
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The Gramophone

... GB £ 58.75 O Overseas £ 54.95 O US $ 89.95 State issue ( s ) required :
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Piano Quarterly Newsletter

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The New Hungarian Quarterly

MUSIC Alan Walker The Liszt Piano Competition , 1991 he Liszt International
Piano Competition for 1991 will go down as one of the very best in its history .
The general level of piano playing was extremely high . For the first time in ten
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Beyond Talent

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Author: Angela Myles Beeching

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

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This guide is a gold mine of detailed advice, real life examples and options for any musician serious about a career as a performing artist. Offering an entrepreneurial approach, this book covers artist management, publicity, recordings, websites, fundraising, and freelancing, plus how to manage money, stress and time.

Quarterly Magazine of the International Musical Society

International Musical Society ... s Theatre » à Londres , Berlioz reprenait encore
une fois sa partition , corrigeait la traduction italienne du libretto , « émaillée des
stupidités les plus remarquables » et en tirait lui - même la réduction pour piano .

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Liszt and His World

In addition to a complete set of his newspaper articles , the collection includes
articles about Newman by other critics as well as contemporaneous reviews of
his p . 83 ; F . E . Kirby , “ Liszt ' s Pilgrimage , ” Piano Quarterly 23 / 89 ( Spring
1975 ) ...

Author: Michael M. Saffle

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The first volume of proceedings from the International Liszt Conference.

Dreams of Love

Playing the Romantic Pianist Ivan Raykoff. 55. Maurice ... Ruth Laredo, “Sex and
the Single Pianist,” Keyboard Classics 11/5 (1991): 6–7. 60. ... Tim Parry, “
Walking the Tightrope,” International Piano Quarterly 4/12 (Summer 2000): 10–
16. 62.

Author: Ivan Raykoff

Publisher: Oxford University Press

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The Romantic pianist - the solo pianist who plays nineteenth-century piano music - has become an attractive figure in the popular imagination, considering the innumerable artworks, literary works, and films representing this performer's seductive allure. Dreams of Love pursues a wide-ranging interdisciplinary approach to understanding the romantic pianist as a cultural icon, focusing on the role of technology in producing and perpetuating this mythology over the past two centuries. Sound recording and cinema have shaped the pianist's music and image since the early twentieth century, but these contemporary media technologies build upon practices established during the early nineteenth century: the influence of the piano keyboard on early telegraphs and typewriters, the invention of the solo recital alongside developments in photography, and the ways that piano design and the placement of the instrument on stage structure our viewing-listening perspectives. The concept of technology can be broadened to include the performance of gender and sexuality as further ways of making the pianist into an attractive cultural figure. The book's three sections deal with the touch, sights, and sounds of the Romantic pianist's playing as mediated through various forms of technology. Analyzing these persistent Liebesträume and exploring how they function can reveal their meaning for performers, audiences, and music lovers of the past and present too.

ARSC Journal

Bartók , Peter , “ The Other Bartók , ” by Jed Distler , International Classical
Record Collector Summer 1999 , p.68-69 Bashkirov , Dmitry , “ Keeping the
Music Alive , ” by David Fanning , about the Russian pianist , International Piano
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