Goldmark, Rubin: Prairie idylls, a suite of four pieces for the piano. I. The first Anemone.

120,00 

Goldmark, Rubin: Prairie idylls, a suite of four pieces for the piano. I. The first Anemone.

120,00 

  • sheet music
  • Date: 1914
  • Publisher: G. Schirmer, New York – London – Boston
  • Page: 5

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Goldmark, Rubin: Prairie idylls, a suite of four pieces for the piano. I. The first Anemone. (sheet music)
New York – London – Boston, (1914.) G. Schirmer. 5 p.
„To Albert von Doenhoff with the friendly greeings of Rubin Goldmark N. Y. May. 1915.” dedicated copy! Rubin Goldmark (1872-1936) was a world-renowned American composer, pianist and teacher. He is a student of Antonin Dvorak, Aaron Copland and George Gershwin’s teacher. Károly Goldman (Karl) is the nephew of a Hungarian (Viennese) composer. (Slightly damaged, repaired. Paper folder.)

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Weight 200 g
Dimensions 27 × 34.5 cm

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