Artur Schnabel


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Noun1.Artur Schnabel - United States composer (born in Austria) and pianist noted for his interpretations of the works of Mozart and Beethoven and Schubert (1882-1951)Artur Schnabel - United States composer (born in Austria) and pianist noted for his interpretations of the works of Mozart and Beethoven and Schubert (1882-1951)
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He met with famous musician Fritz Kreisler and philosopher/artist Artur Schnabel, and played violin sonatas with Max Planck.
Nakamatsu studied privately with Marina Derryberry and has worked with Karl Ulrich Schnabel, son of the great pianist Artur Schnabel.
Fleisher, I wonder how Artur Schnabel may have impacted you in this regard.
Bv Artur Schnabel, edited by Werner Grunzweig, Lynn Matheson, and Anicia Timberlake.
Richard Strauss, Gustav Mahler, pianist Artur Schnabel, conductors Artur Nikisch and Bruno Walter and many others all held similar opinions.
Encouraged there by Artur Schnabel, his future as a conductor and composer began to take shape.
His teachers included Leo Schrade and Jack Westrup (musicology), Ernest Hutcheson and Artur Schnabel (piano), and Howard Hanson and Igor Stravinsky (composition).
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I keep coming back to something which Artur Schnabel said, which is that he only played music which was greater than any performance of it ever could be.
Think of Biggs as the hedgehog and Fox as--ahem--the fox, or of Biggs as the organ's Artur Schnabel (though eschewing Schnabel's technical mishaps) and Fox as its Vladimir Horowitz.
En esta especie de enciclopedia sonora del piano aparecen ejecuciones y nombres tan legendarios, nacidos todos ellos el siglo pasado, entre otros varios, como los de Paderewski, Rachmaninoff, Josef Hofman, Artur Rubinstein, Wilhelm Backhaus, Alfred Corlot, Edwin Fischer, Ignaz Friedman, Leopold Godowsky, Artur Schnabel y el casi centenario Wilhelm Kempff.