Godowsky, Leopold

Godowsky, Leopold

(1870–1938) pianist; born near Vilna, Lithuania. After establishing an international reputation he settled in the U.S.A. in 1914; he performed widely, composed for the piano, and taught; his scientific ideas of technique became highly influential.
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Donald Bateman: Ground Proximity Warning System-GPWS * Robert Gundlach: Modern photocopier * Alec Jeffreys: Genetic fingerprinting * Dean Kamen: AutoSyringe * Les Paul: Solid-body electric guitar * Leo Sternbach: Valium POSTHUMOUS RECOGNITION * Matthias Baldwin: Steam locomotive * Clarence Birdseye: Frozen foods * Leopold Godowsky, Leopold Mannes: Kodachrome color film * Garrett Morgan: Gas mask, traffic signal * Glenn Seaborg: Plutonium isolation * Jacob Rabinow: Optical character recognition * Selman Waksman: Streptomycin
Donald Bateman: Ground Proximity Warning System-GPWS -- Robert Gundlach: Modern photocopier -- Alec Jeffreys: Genetic fingerprinting -- Dean Kamen: AutoSyringe -- Les Paul: Solid-body electric guitar -- Leo Sternbach: Valium POSTHUMOUS RECOGNITION -- Matthias Baldwin: Steam locomotive -- Clarence Birdseye: Frozen foods -- Leopold Godowsky, Leopold Mannes: Kodachrome color film -- Garrett Morgan: Gas mask, traffic signal -- Glenn Seaborg: Plutonium isolation -- Jacob Rabinow: Optical character recognition -- Selman Waksman: Streptomycin