10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «LANDOWSKA»
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Music of the past, instruments and imagination: proceedings ...
proceedings of the harmoniques International Congress, Lausanne 2004
Michael Latcham. Wanda Landowska. Situation historique, position artistique
Jean- Jacques Eigeldinger Ce qui toujours manqua ce fut un artiste
véritablement de race, ...
Stravinsky and the Russian Traditions: A Biography of the ...
fig. 5.3. Leonid Pasternak, Concert by Wanda Landowska (1907). plus the steady
accompanying staccati and the drone-fifths in the bass, prompts the notion that
wc arc dealing with an imitation of harpsichord music — a "musette," to be exact.
Harpsichord and Clavichord: An Encyclopedia
See also Lacquer; Veneer STEPHEN MELLO Bibliography Hubbard.
LANDOWSKA, WANDA (1879—1959) Polish-born French harpsichordist and
pianist. Early in the twentieth century Landowska became the leading advocate
for the return ...
Isolde Ahlgrimm, Vienna and the Early Music Revival
From the outset, Ahlgrimm was keenly aware of Landowska's importance in re-
establishing the harpsichord as an instrument to be taken seriously. She strove to
achieve a similar level of professionalism in her own playing, although in other ...
Sacred Passions : The Life and Music of Manuel de Falla: The ...
Mainly, this was due to the Harpsichord Concerto of 1926, which he began in
October 1923 at Landowska's request.75 Although the work caused her to
tremble “with joy and happiness,” it also brought about the undoing of their
Carol A. Hess Assistant Professor of Music Bowling Green State University, 2004
Encyclopedia of Lesbian and Gay Histories and Cultures
See also Ecology and Ecofeminism; Economics; Lesbian Nation; Music Festivals;
Separatism; Small Towns and Rural Areas Landowska, Wanda (1879–1959)
Polish-born French harpsichordist, pianist, and pedagogue. Wanda Landowska ...
George Haggerty, Bonnie Zimmerman, 2003
Manuel de Falla and Modernism in Spain, 1898-1936
After repeatedly asking Falla's permission to give the premiere, which he
ultimately granted, Landowska requested “exclusive rights to perform the work on
harpsichord, as opposed to performances on piano, given the situation with
Always by Nightfall: Awakening
“I've come to turn myself in.” “That's what I was about to tell you,” said the
sergeant. “I'm Doctor Landowska,” said the strange-eyed man, “The estate
physician.” “Physician?” said Toporowski. “Have you been down to the cellar yet?
' said the ...
Raymond Leppard on Music: An Anthology of Critical and ...
Anyway, I may find the interpretation of the Landowska just as valid and
enjoyable today as it presumably was 50, 60 or 70 years ago when it was made...
RAYMOND: Yes, but it is different, isn't it. In her day all the people who listened to
Raymond Leppard, Thomas P. Lewis, 1993
The End of Early Music: A Period Performer's History of ...
Prophets of the Revolution: Dolmetsch and Landowska It is paradoxical and
somewhat poignant that Wanda Landowska and Arnold Dolmetsch, 14 the two
original cultivators of “stylistic nostalgia,” 15 areunknown to most of the younger ...
10 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «LANDOWSKA»
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A Tribute to Linda Nochlin
My friend Ronny and I went to hear our adored Wanda Landowska play harpsichord from the back row of City Center and then threw roses at ... «Brooklyn Rail, Jul 15»
This Day, July 5, In Jewish History by Mitchell A. Levin
1879: Birthdate of Wanda Landowska whose performances, teaching, recordings and writings played a large role in reviving the popularity of ... «Cleveland Jewish News, Jul 15»
J. S. Bach with Huggett and Weimann
I think I first heard this in a Wanda Landowska recording; certainly this performance put me in mind of both her and Glenn Gould. The emotion ... «The Boston Musical Intelligencer, Jun 15»
Refreshing concert from BSO, conductor Mario Venzago, pianist …
The second movement cadenza was written by an eminent keyboard artist of a now distant era, Wanda Landowska; it was recommended to ... «Baltimore Sun, May 15»
Bicket's CSO program goes Bach to the future
... tradition of Rameau found its latter-day exemplar in the 1928 concerto Poulenc wrote for the great harpsichord virtuoso, Wanda Landowska. «Chicago Tribune, May 15»
A Chat With Cleveland Orchestra Guest Pianist Marc-André Hamelin
Hamelin pointed out that he will be playing cadenzas written by famous harpsichordist Wanda Landowska. “The second movement cadenza is ... «Cleveland Scene Weekly, Apr 15»
Uchida and CSO offer engaging evening of Mozart and Schumann
Using Wanda Landowska's clever cadenza in the first movement was an inspired novelty, and the pianist brought a touching simplicity to the ... «Chicago Classical Review, Apr 15»
Bringing us back to Bach
Two virtuosos were standard-bearers for their eras: Wanda Landowska's “Goldberg Variations” utilized an even piano application throughout, ... «Glendale News Press, Mar 15»
Mozart's Attic - Thursday, March 19th at 10 pm
... including performances by Wanda Landowska, and one of the first recordings of Leopold Stokowski, then the conductor of the Philadelphia ... «wfit, Mar 15»
A Critic for Us All
Thomson adored Landowska's and Ralph Kirkpatrick's harpsichord playing and was charmed by an ensemble led by the lutenist Suzanne ... «Wall Street Journal, Mar 15»