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  1. Notes of a pianist: During his professional tours in the United States, Canada, the Antilles and South America : Preceded by a short biographical sketch ... by his sister, Clara Gottschalk ? [1881] by Louis Moreau Gottschalk, 2009-12-15
  2. Bamboula!: The Life and Times of Louis Moreau Gottschalk by S. Frederick Starr, 1995-01-05
  3. Piano Music of Louis Moreau Gottschalk: 26 Complete Pieces from Original Editions by Louis M. Gottschalk, 1973-06-01
  4. Louis Moreau Gottschalk 1829-1869: A Bibliographical Study and Catalog of Works by John G. Doyle, 1983-06
  5. Notes of a Pianist; During His Professional Tours in the United States, Canada, the Antilles, and South America: Preceded by a Short by Louis Moreau Gottschalk, 2010-03-30
  6. Notes of a Pianist: During His Professional Tours in the United States, Canada, the Antilles, and South America : Preceded by a Short Biographical Sketch with Contemporaneous Criticisms by Louis Moreau Gottschalk, 2010-03-29
  7. Where the Word Ends: The Life of Louis Moreau Gottschalk by Vernon Loggins, 1958-12-01
  8. Life and Letters of Louis Moreau Gottschalk by Mary Alice Seymour, 2010-10-14
  9. Louis Moreau Gottschalk: A Bio-Bibliography (Bio-Bibliographies in Music) by James E. Perone, 2002-07-30
  10. Louis Moreau Gottschalk (Music in American Life) by S. Frederick Starr, 2000-04-24
  11. The Last Hope (Meditation Religieuse) , L.M. Gottschalk, Op. 16 by Louis Moreau Gottschalk , 1956-01-01
  12. Notes of a Pianist, Ed. by C. Gottschalk, Tr. by R.e. Peterson by Louis Moreau Gottschalk, 2009-12-21
  13. Le Banjo (Caprice Americain), Op. 15 Sheet Music by Louis Moreau Gottschalk, 2009-06-27
  14. Collected Works for Piano: Piano Solo (Schirmer's Library of Musical Classics)

1. All About Louis Moreau Gottschalk (1829-1869): His Life And Times And Music...
Dedicated to the life and music of the great American pianist and composer. Includes essay on his turbulent life, extensive discography, links to books, music, and other resources.
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News alert: Louis Moreau Gottschalk's legendary Notes of a Pianist are finally back in print (Princeton University Press, 2006) Welcome to www.LouisMoreauGottschalk.com This website is dedicated to the American composer and pianist-virtuoso Louis Moreau Gottschalk (1829-1869). In recent years, there has been a steady growth of interest in Gottschalks music, and it is hoped that this website will help promote his music as well as provide information about his rather turbulent career. - ADVERTISEMENT - Traditionally, Gottschalk is remembered as a virtuoso, as well as a prolific composer of popular (and, so it is said, quite often rather sentimental) music. While there may be some truth in this statement, it is our belief that there is more to Gottschalk and his music than just that. As one of his biographers has put it, Gottschalk was both an arch-romantic and a rationalist, a sentimentalist and a pragmatist, at once Americas first regionalist composer, its first multiculturalist, and its first true nationalist. Gottschalk was also the first and, one might well argue, possibly the last pan-American composer and artist. Not only did he travel frequently outside the United States, as did, by necessity, most virtuoso pianists at the time; he also lived in South America and the Caribbean for extended periods of time, incorporating, without prejudice but with critical judgment, many local influences and musical traditions. He also was politically outspoken on issues such as slavery and the Civil War, and while a true American patriot, he did not spare his countrymen acrimonious criticism whenever he deemed it appropriate.

2. Louis Moreau Gottschalk - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Louis Moreau Gottschalk (May 8, 1829 – December 18, 1869) was an American composer and pianist, best known as a virtuoso performer of his own romantic piano works.
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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Louis Moreau Gottschalk Louis Moreau Gottschalk (May 8, 1829 – December 18, 1869) was an American composer and pianist , best known as a virtuoso performer of his own romantic piano works. He spent most of his working career outside of the United States.
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Gottschalk was born to a Jewish businessman from London and a Creole in New Orleans , where he was exposed to a variety of musical traditions. He had six brothers and sisters, five of whom were half-siblings by his father's mulatto mistress. His family lived for a time in a tiny cottage at Royal and Esplanade in the Vieux Carré . Louis later moved in with relatives at 518 Conti Street; his maternal grandmother Buslé and his nurse Sally had both been born in Saint-Domingue (known later as Haiti ). Gottschalk played the piano from an early age and was soon recognized as a wunderkind by the New Orleans bourgeois establishment. During 1840, he gave his informal public debut at the new St. Charles Hotel. Only two years later at the age of 13, Gottschalk left the

3. Smithsonian Folkways - Gottschalk, Louis Moreau (1829-1869): American Piano Musi
Gottschalk, Louis Moreau (18291869) American Piano Music Amiram Rigai SFW40803. Born in New Orleans, Gottschalk (1829-1869) composed piano works that drew on elements of Creole
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4. Louis Moreau Gottschalk - Classical Archives
Biography and complete files offered in MIDI format.
http://www.classicalarchives.com/composer/2626.html

5. Gottschalk, Louis Moreau - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About
US composer and pianist. His adoption of Creole and American folk music, Latin American rhythms and dance forms, and striking colouristic effects won the admiration of Hector
http://encyclopedia.farlex.com/Gottschalk, Louis Moreau

6. Falls House Press - Flute Choir
Gottschalk, Louis Moreau. Pasquinade (Caprice) Op. 59 (Arr. by Anthony McDonald) Written around 1869, Pasquinade, subtitled Caprice , is a light, dancelike piece, composed for one of
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7. Louis Moreau Gottschalk- Bio, Albums, Pictures – Naxos Classical Music.
A brief biography of his challenging and hectic life, his exile to Brazil, and an evaluation of his skills with recommended recording.
http://www.naxos.com/composerinfo/bio21106.htm
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Concertos, Orchestral, Chamber Music, Vocal, Instrumental, Wind Ensemble/Band Music GOTTSCHALK: Night in the Tropics (A) / Celebre Tarantelle / Berceuse Naxos
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Orchestral, Vocal, Opera GOTTSCHALK: Piano Music Naxos
Instrumental JACK-IN-THE-BOX - A Collection of Amusing and Entertaining Works by Classical Composers Naxos
Orchestral, Instrumental, Wind Ensemble/Band Music LISTEN, LEARN AND GROW: Playtime Fun and Games Naxos Educational
Ballet, Orchestral, Instrumental PANORAMA OF AMERICAN ORCHESTRAL MUSIC (A) (Korn) (1955) Naxos Classical Archives
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8. Gottschalk, Louis Moreau Definition Of Gottschalk, Louis Moreau In The Free Onli
Gottschalk, Louis Moreau (m rō` gŏt`sh k), 1829–69, American pianist and composer, b. New Orleans, of EnglishFrench parentage, studied in Paris.
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9. Gottschalk, Louis Moreau (1829-1869): American Piano Music Mp3s, Gottschalk, Lou
Download the full Gottschalk, Louis Moreau (18291869) American Piano Music album or specific songs. eMusic also has compilations such as greatest hits and rare classic albums.
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10. Classical Music Pages L.M. Gottschalk
Minibiography focusing on New Orleans influence on Gottschalk s music. Includes MIDI audio files.
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11. Louis Moreau Gottschalk — Infoplease.com
Encyclopedia Gottschalk, Louis Moreau. Gottschalk, Louis Moreau (m rō' got'sh k) , 1829–69, American pianist and composer, b. New Orleans, of EnglishFrench parentage, studied
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12. Gottschalk, Louis Moreau
Gottschalk, Louis Moreau Repertoire list and information on his/her piano music.
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14. Amiram Rigai - Gottschalk, Louis Moreau (1829-1869): American Piano Music . Mp3
Artist Amiram Rigai Album Gottschalk, Louis Moreau (18291869) American Piano Music Label Smithsonian Folkways Recordings DOWNLOAD
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15. Schirmer
Discusses editorial and stylistic aspects of one of his best-known works.
http://www.schirmer.com/composers/gottschalk/romantique.html

16. Gottschalk, Louis Moreau
Louis Moreau Gottschalk pictured on an 1864 Publication of The Dying Poet for piano
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Jump to: navigation search Previous (Louis MacNeice) Next (Louis Mountbatten, 1st Earl Mountbatten of Burma) Louis Moreau Gottschalk Louis Moreau Gottschalk pictured on an 1864 Publication of The Dying Poet for piano Louis Moreau Gottschalk (May 8, 1829 – December 18, 1869) was an American composer and pianist, best known as a virtuoso performer of his own romantic piano music pieces. Though he only lived for forty years, he became the most prominent American composer and pianist of his time. His biographer, Frederick Starr, an American anthropologist, attested Gottschalk had achieved an astonishing list of "firsts." Starr wrote, "He was the first American composer to be hailed in Europe, the first American piano virtuoso to be acclaimed by Frédéric Chopin, (Chopin predicted that he would become the 'king of pianists'), the first American composer to erase the hard line dividing 'serious' and 'popular' genres, the first to introduce American themes into European classical music, the first Pan-American artist in any field and was among the first American artists to champion the causes of abolitionism , public education, and popular democracy."

17. Gottschalk, Louis Moreau (1829-1869): American Piano Music - Louis Moreau Gottsc
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18. Que La Fete Commence--Gottschalk
Portrait of Gottschalk and quotes from F. Starr s biography, this page is part of an internet exhibition on the French influence in 19th-c. New Orleans
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Bamboula Pasquinade Dernier Amour , and Marche de Nuit . [Louisiana Division Early Sheet Music Collection] It was Edward Gottschalk who pushed Moreau to excel in music. For this purpose he engaged F.J. Narcisse Letellier, a tenor at the Theatre d'Orleans, composer, and in his spare time a "professor of music." A Parisian with family still in the French capital, Letellier brought his young piano student along rapidly. [p. 34] Some of Gottschalk's compositions from this period are most startling, notably the jaunty Pasquinade (The Clown). While the first record of its performance dates only to 1863, this sparkling gavotte almost certainly relates to this same happy post-festival phase of the composer's life in Havana. Pasquinade (op. 59) has often been credited with being a forward-looking anticipation of ragtime and jazz. [p. 295] Ojos criollos (op. 37), written in Saint-Pierre and labeled a Danse Cubaine, is a pure contradanza arranged for two or four hands. Its rhythmic pattern presages that of many American cakewalks, including the evergreen At a Georgia Camp Meeting . It also contains an intriguing offbeat passage that directly anticipates jazz of the 1920s. [p. 284]
[S. Frederick Starr

19. Free Sheet Music : Gottschalk, Louis Moreau - Manchega (Flute And Clarinet)
PDF + MP3 (digital sound) + MP3 Interpreted Flute and Clarinet - Classical * Licence Copyright 2009 by JB Linear Music - Fun duet by American composer Gottschalk. Set for
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20. French Creole | Louis Moreau Gottschalk
GOTTSCHALK, LOUIS MOREAU BIOGRAPHY (1829 1869) In 1842 he left the United States and sailed to
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American composer and pianist, best known as a virtuoso performer of his own romantic piano ...
Born in New Orleans in 1829, Louis Moreau Gottschalk grew up in a neighbourhood where he was exposed to the Creole music with its African-Caribbean rhythms and the melodious folk songs that would later become a characteristic ingredient of much of his own music. click here for more
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