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Landowska

Wanda . 1877--1959, US harpsichordist, born in Poland
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2011; Landowska, 2013; Porayska-Pomsta, Mavrikis, & Pain, 2008; Sabourin, Mott, & Lester, 2011).
It is chock full of marvelous quotes about practice and art by Casals, Menuhin, Segovia, Rousseau, Landowska, Martha Graham and many others from all fields of artistic endeavor, showing Kurtz's aspirations of achieving the heights with the stars of classical music.
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Former prisoner Jadwiga Landowska said Wallisch beat a young boy to death even while pregnant.
En estos anos, Wanda Landowska, una clavecinista polaco-francesa habia preconizando y monopolizado de cierta manera que el "verdadero" Bach solo podia ser interpretado al clavecin.
Mozart--Piano ~ Wanda Landowska RCA Victor LM 6044(2)
en las antiguas grabaciones de Wanda Landowska, no es siempre facil reconocer, en la audicion, si la interprete toca el clave o el piano.
When Wanda Landowska played it, on one of the records with which she pioneered the twentieth-century revival of the harpsichord, she skipped through it in not much more than a minute, which seems about right.
He also produced many of Leontyne Price's recordings and sessions with Arturo Toscanini, Jascha Heifetz, Vladimir Horowitz, Arthur Rubenstein, Wanda Landowska, Robert Merrill, Roberta Peters, Zinka Milanov, Renata Scotto, Placido Domingo and many more.
Even more numerous among Jews than famous violinists are famous pianists: Artur Schnabel, Arthur Rubinstein, Vladimir Horowitz, Wanda Landowska (a harpsichordist but also a pianist), Rudolf Serkin, Murray Perahia, Andras Schiff, Richard Goode, Emanuel Ax, Yefim Bronfman, Evgeny Kissin--again, I have named only a few.
Wanda Landowska, the great harpsichordist, once said, 'I never practice.
The fact that I'm gay isn't remarkable," says Schenkman, adding that Wanda Landowska, the 20th century's premier harpsichordist, was a lesbian.