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2. Rudolf Serkin - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
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Rudolf Serkin
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Rudolf Serkin (March 28, 1903 – May 8, 1991), was a Bohemian-born pianist
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Serkin was born in Eger, Bohemia Austro-Hungarian Empire (now Cheb Czech Republic ) to a Russian-Jewish family. Hailed as a child prodigy , he was sent to Vienna at the age of 9, where he studied piano with Richard Robert and, later, composition with Joseph Marx making his public debut with the Vienna Philharmonic at 12. From 1918 to 1920 he studied composition with Arnold Schoenberg and participated actively in Schoenberg's Society for the Private Performance of Music. He began a regular concert career in 1920, living in Berlin with the German violinist Adolf Busch and his family, which included a then 3-year-old daughter Irene whom Serkin would marry 15 years later. In the 1920s and early 1930s, Serkin performed throughout Europe both as soloist and with Busch and the Busch Quartet. With the rise of Hitler in Germany in 1933, Serkin and the Busches (who were not Jewish but who vehemently opposed the Nazi regime) left Berlin for Basel Switzerland In 1933 Serkin made his first United States appearance at the Coolidge Festival in Washington, D.C.

3. Rudolf Serkin - Dictionary Of English
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4. Serkin, Rudolf - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About Serkin, Rudolf
Austrianborn US pianist and teacher. He lived in the USA from 1939, and is remembered for the quality and sonority of his energetic interpretations of works by Johann Sebastian, Rudolf

5. CD2339: Ludwig Van Beethoven: Piano Converto No. 4 And Piano Concerto No. 5
Ludwig van Beethoven. Title Beethoven Piano concerts No. 4 5. Author Serkin, Rudolf. Call Number CD2339. Location
CD2339: Ludwig van Beethoven:
  • Allegro moderato Andante con moto Rondo: Vivace
  • Allegro ... Rondo: Allegro
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    6. Rudolf Serkin —
    More on Rudolf Serkin from Infoplease Serkin meaning and definitions Serkin Definition and Pronunciation; Adolf Busch - Busch, Adolf Busch, Adolf , 1891–1952, German-Swiss

    7. Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus Serkin, Rudolf
    Les lections du Piano. 2 CD / Deutsche Grammophon Import / 200911-10 . Works Fr d ric Chopin Etude for piano No. 3 in E major, Op. 10/3, CT. 16; Concerto pour Piano et Orchestre[0]=composer&composer=M&v[

    8. Serkin, Rudolf Definition Of Serkin, Rudolf In The Free Online Encyclopedia.
    Serkin, Rudolf, 1903–91, AustrianAmerican pianist, b. Bohemia. Serkin gave joint recitals with Adolf Busch and made his U.S. debut (1933) with the Busch chamber players., Rudolf

    9. Serkin Encyclopedia Topics |
    His son, Peter (b. 1947), is a wellknown pianist, with a wide repertoire. Learn more about Serkin, Rudolf with a free trial on

    10. Rudolf Serkin —
    More on Rudolf Serkin from Fact Monster Adolf Busch Busch, Adolf Busch, Adolf , 1891–1952, German-Swiss violinist. He studied at the Cologne

    11. Serkin, Rudolf; Pianist Signed Photo
    Autographed 4” x 6” postcard photograph of a painting of the legendary pianist by A. H. Pellegrini, 12 October, 1990. A wonderful keyboard image of a much younger Serkin.
    e-mail: Phone: 212-860-5541 * Fax: 917-677-8247 Price: MINT CONDITION RUDOLF SERKIN - PIANIST Autographed 4 x 6 postcard photograph of a painting of the legendary pianist by A. H. Pellegrini, 12 October, 1990. A wonderful keyboard image of a much younger Serkin.

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    13. Medici Arts
    Serkin Rudolf Serkin Mozart Piano Concerto No.12 in A major, K414 Piano Concerto No.20 in D minor, K466

    14. Serkin, Rudolf. (Article, 1999) []
    Get this from a library! Serkin, Rudolf.. Note Citations are based on reference standards. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or

    15. BEETHOVEN: Violin Sonatas (Busch) (1931-1941) - 8.110954
    Busch, Adolf; Serkin, Rudolf. Label Naxos Historical. Genre Chamber Music. Period Classical. Catalogue No 8.110954. Barcode 0636943195420. Distribution Note(s)

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    17. Medici Arts
    Serkin Rudolf Serkin Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Concerto for Piano and Orchestra No. 14 in E flat major

    18. New York Philharmonic-Symphony Orchestra —
    Rudolf Serkin Serkin, Rudolf Serkin, Rudolf, 1903–91, Austrian-American pianist, b. Bohemia. Serkin gave Sir John Barbirolli - Barbirolli, Sir John Barbirolli, Sir John , 1899

    19. Rudolf Serkin - Bach's Non Vocal Works - Recordings
    K1 Rudolf Serkin - His Earliest Recordings - Bach Goldberg Variations, BWV 988 / Schubert Sonata No. 19 / Chopin Three Etudes Goldberg Variations BWV 988 3149
    Introduction Cantatas Other Vocal Non-Vocal ... Links Non-Vocal Works Order of Discussion
    Recording Reviews of Non-Vocal Works: Organ Keyboard Solo Instrumental Chamber ... Orchestral, MO, AOF
    Performers of Non-Vocal Works: A B C D ... Z Rudolf Serkin Bach's Non-Vocal Works Contents Recordings of Solo Keyboard Works
    Recordings of Chamber Works

    Recordings of Orchestral Works

    Recordings of Vocal Works Rudolf Serkin - Short Biography Recordings Recordings of Solo Keyboard Works K-1 Rudolf Serkin - His Earliest Recordings - Bach: Goldberg Variations, BWV 988 / Schubert: Sonata No. 19 / Chopin: Three Etudes Goldberg Variations BWV 988 Rudolf Serkin (Piano) [Piano Roll - Welte Mignon] Archiphon 105 CD / TT: 61:25
    Buy this album at: K-2 French Suite No.5 in G major, BWV.816 [] Rudolf Serkin (Piano) Oxford University Press Apr 15, 1950 CD / TT:
    Buy this bbok at: K-3 Bach: Chromatic Fantasy; Italian Concerto; Goldberg Variations (Aria)
    2. Italian Concerto in F major, BWV 971 [15:33]
    3. Goldberg Variations BWV 988: Aria [4:19]
    4. Capriccio on the Departure of a Beloved Brother in B flat major, BWV 992 [11:20]

    20. Serkin, Rudolf Serkin: Information From
    Serkin , Rudolf Serkin United States concert pianist (born in Czechoslovakia) (19031991)

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