Karol Mikuli News
Polish pianist, composer and pedagogue
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- choir director, composer, conductor, music pedagogue, pedagogue, pianist
[…] a composer of classical music. Simon Sechter (Oct 11, 1788) was an organist, and composer. Alexander Dreyschock (Oct 15, 1818 ) was a pianist and composer. Erkki-Sven Tüür (Oct 16, 1959) is a composer. Geirr Tveitt (Oct 19, 1908) was a composer and pianist and a central figure of the national movement in Norwegian cultural life during the 1930s. Robin Holloway (Oct 19, 1943) is a composer, academic and writer. Karol Mikuli (Oct 20, 1819) was a pianist, and composer. Franz Liszt (Oct 22, 1811) was a prolific 19th-century composer, and pianist. August Labitzky (Oct 22, 1832) was a composer, and the son of Joseph Labitzky. Kees van Baaren (Oct 22, 1906) was a composer and teacher. Ferdinand Hiller (Oct 24, 1811) was a composer, and conductor. Ernesto Camillo Sivori (Oct 25, 1815) was a virtuoso violinist and composer. Johann Strauss II […]
Pianist and intellectual Charles Rosen died yesterday, age 85, at Mount Sinai Hospital in NYC. That's as it should be: he was the quintessential New Yorker, and died across Central Park from the Upper West Side apartment where he lived for most of his life. It was his parents' apartment before him, and presumably he inherited it from them. I have a few Rosen anecdotes, but first, the important stuff. Rosen was an extremely smart man, learned in many fields. I assume he was best known to the general public as a pianist, where he had quite a pedigree, as a student of Moriz Rosenthal, himself a Liszt and Mikuli pupil. Rosen's Ph.D., though, was in French, and he taught university-level French at MIT and Harvard. He was a fine pianist, recording a fair amount of the core classical-era repertory and known especially for his Beethoven. For me, his […]
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