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Alessandra Celletti plays Erik Satie's "Gnossienne no. 1"

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Rosalyn Tureck - J.S.Bach: Well tempered clavier


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Discover This! 5 Pieces by Lukas Foss


 
The German-born American composer, conductor, pianist, and educator, Lukas Foss, began his musical studies in Berlin, where he studied piano and theory with Julius Goldstein. Goldstein introduced Foss to the music of Bach, Mozart, and L.v. Beethoven, which had a profound effect on Foss musical development.
    In 1933, Foss went to Paris where he studied piano with Lazare Lévy as well as composition with Noël Gallon, orchestration with Felix Wolfes, and flute with Louis Moyse.
He remained in Paris until 1937, when
he moved with his family to the USA, continuing his musical instruction at the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia. In addition, he studied conducting with Serge Koussevitzky during the summers from 1939 to 1943 at the Berkshire Music Center. He also studied composition with Paul Hindemith as a special student at Yale from 1939 to 1940.
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