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(b Glasgow, March 3, 1886; d New York, March 16, 1967). Scottish pianist and composer. At the age of 14 he won a scholarship to the RCM, London, studying the piano with Dannreuther and Hartvigson, and in 1905 a composition scholarship with Stanford. His compositions, notably the Piano Quintet (1907), received early recognition. He taught at the Royal Normal College for the Blind (1909–14) and in 1914 went to the USA to teach the piano at the DKG Institute of Musical Art and later at the Juilliard School. A noted Bach interpreter, he gave the first American performance of the Goldberg Variations (1925). His compositions include piano, choral and chamber works, but his development as a composer was curtailed by teaching responsibilities. In 1944 he married the English composer and viola player Rebecca Clarke. Rare scan I did from my collection today before the score disintegrates on me
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Sorry for necroing this old topic but do you still have the the op. 28 no. 1 (in A minor?)? I've been looking at the 6th in F minor for quite some time now and would be interested in seeing more from this composer. / Adam Englund4candles wrote: ↑Thu May 12, 2016 2:41 pmmballan wrote:Then especially for you Fleubis - two etudes Op 43 by Max Jentsch (1855-1918). Useful worklist at the end of etude No. 2 and a few other works on IMSLP.
Jentsch M - Op 43 Zwei Etuden No. 1 Terzen-Etude [mhb].pdf
Jentsch M - Op 43 Zwei Etuden No. 2 Sexten-Etude [mhb].pdfYes, thanks for this Malcolm. I have the first etude of Op. 28, and have been meaning to upload this for a couple of years, but not gotten round to itfleubis wrote:Wonderful, Malcolm! This pair of nice etudes are musically interesting while working on ones legato 3rds and 6ths.....and not the endless scales one often encounters- IMSLP has Op.28 No.2 of the six etudes in the set--another worthwhile etude. Let's keep our eyes out for the remaining five in this Op.28 set--the titles alone look interesting.