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81. Desert Sun Online - Wild Still Crazy About Romantic Era Music
1999 pianist earl wild has lived throughout this century earningpraise as a great exponent of a 19th centurytype music. And he

Wild still crazy about Romantic Era music
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    By Bruce Fessier
    People/entertainment editor
    December 3, 1999 Pianist Earl Wild has lived throughout this century earning praise as a great exponent of a 19th century-type music.
    And he’s only guardedly optimistic about music of the 21st century.
    "So many people will grow old... and what would be sad is if all they had in their heads were two old scores," he said by phone from Las Vegas. "And, when I say scores, I mean from sports events."
    Wild, 84, performs Thursday at the Annenberg Theater in PS. He lived in Palm Springs from 1968-77 and in 1976 was appointed the PS Desert Museum’s first music director the classical music equivalent of Ben Hogan being named club pro at Tamarisk.
    He composed a choral work titled "The Turquoise Horse" for the Annenberg’s dedication in ’76 and ran a popular piano festival for two years featuring talented young pianists from the U.S. and Europe. The festival’s purpose, he said, was to keep the music he loved afloat.
    Wild, who earned a 1997 Grammy for a CD of Romantic music, has premiered many 20th century compositions and notes that "There is so much 19th century music that is really bad." But he’s best known for his interpretations of the great Romantic composers of the 19th century, such as Beethoven, Liszt and his friend and idol, Rachmaninov.
  • 82. Artist Roster
    Rufus Wainwright Pop composer, pianist and singer, voted Rolling Stone magazine’sBest New Artist in 1998 earl wild Classical pianist, transcriber, composer
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    With a high-energy stage show and a steady stream of smart pop songs, Ben Folds Five has become one of the top performing and recording acts today. The group, featuring pianist, vocalist and principal composer Ben Folds at the Baldwin grand piano, is currently on tour around the world to support its latest recording.
    For more than two decades, Diane Schuur has set the musical world on fire with her jazz-drenched vocal and piano style. She has taken her talent on tour around the world, worked with master musicians including B.B. King, Ray Charles and Quincy Jones, recorded more than a dozen albums and earned two Grammy Awards in the process.
    John Willams is one of the most respected and honored composers of film and concert music today. He has composed the music for more than 70 feature films including “Schindler’s List,” “Jurassic Park,” “E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial,” “Star Wars” and "Superman." He has received dozens of Academy Award nominations as well as Emmy, Oscar and Grammy awards.
    Jimmy Amadie
    Jon Ballantyne
    Classical pianists performing as a duo-team around the world
    Dave Brubeck
    Richard Carpenter
    Jo Ann Castle

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    84. Classic Jazz Excerpt On Eubie Blake
    I m Just wild About EubieMemories of Eubie Blake. Buck Clayton, Dicky Wells, BuddyTate, and earl Warren). interval by a frail, eightysix-year-old pianist.
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    I'm Just Wild About EubieMemories of Eubie Blake
    The 1969 New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival featured one of the best collections of musical talent ever assembled. It starred Count Basie and His Orchestra (whose members included Buck Clayton, Dicky Wells, Buddy Tate, and Earl Warren). The six-day festival also included performances by Benny Carter, Roy Eldridge, Bobby Hackett, Clark Terry, Zoot Sims, Milt Hinton, Jacki Byard, Alan Dawson, and Bob Green. New Orleans bands led by Jim Robinson, Sharkey Bonano, Pete Fountain, Al Hirt, Louis Cottrell, and Johnny Wiggs also appeared. Barry Martyn brought his group of young jazzmen from England, and Papa Bue's Viking Jazz Band came from Denmark. Dizzy Gillespie, Roland Kirk, Gerry Mulligan, Paul Desmond, Eddie Miller, Willie "The Lion" Smith, Zutty Singleton, Harry Shields, Tony Parenti, and Sarah Vaughan rounded out the roster of jazz giants. Amid this mind-boggling array of talent, the festival's most impressive segment may have been a twelve-minute interval by a frail, eighty-six-year-old pianist. He needed assistance entering the stage when producer Willis Conover announced his name. As the applause mounted, his halting gait became a vigorous stride, until at last the little man was scampering toward the piano bench with his hands clasped over his head like a prize fighter. The next few moments were sheer magic. The pianist played with power and joy, juxtaposing an intricate right-hand melody against an electrifying left-handed "oom-pah" bass to create an intense ragtime syncopation.

    85. Eric Himy, Concert Pianist
    What a temperament and what a captivating pianist! . He has been heard at severalSummer Music Festivals performing earl wild s Variations on an American Theme
    ERIC HIMY concert pianist "Pianist Eric Himy's name is hardly a household word among music lovers, but if he plays other composers as well as he plays Ravel, it deserves to be."
    Turok's Choice Issue No. 140 January, 2003 T he compelling artistry of Eric Himy has intrigued five continents for a generation. He has played to critical acclaim in the United States, Argentina, Belgium, Bulgaria, Brazil, Chile, Egypt, France, Morocco, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Spain, and Slovenia. Mr. Himy has been heard most notably at Lincoln Center, The Kennedy Center, Carnegie Recital Hall, The Frick Collection, The Phillips Collection, Salle Gaveau in Paris and on NPR "Performance Today" . He gave the first recitals of this millennium in the famous Opera House "Teatro Amazonas" of Manaus, Brazil and has also played in joint recital with Gary Hoffman, Garrick Ohlsson, and Jose Ramos Santana, and has worked with such conductors as Baker, Baudo, Bay, Bergman, Davies, Jaffe, Koering, Loebel, Manahan, Massini, Rink, Schemmerhorn, Stanger, Wit and Wolff.

    86. The Estate Project
    BA (concentration in music), Pennsylvania State University (1971) Studied pianowith earl wild. John Bobanick was a gifted pianist who pursued composition
    NAME: John Antos Bobanick BIRTH DATE/LOCATION:
    February 1, 1950, Renovo, Pennsylvania DEATH DATE/LOCATION:
    February 11, 1991, New York, New York
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    Pianist, Composer, Landscape Designer B.A. (concentration in music), Pennsylvania State University (1971)
    Studied piano with Earl Wild John Bobanick was a gifted pianist who pursued composition throughout his life. He created several songs and an engaging piano solo. His work in landscape design was another outlet for his compositional talents. John was born in a small town in Pennsylvania, the youngest of five children. At an early age he became interested in music but didn't take formal piano lessons until he was twelve years old. He continued studying piano through his high school years. He attended Pennsylvania State University where he studied piano under the direction of Earl Wild. After completing his degree he moved to California, again studying with Earl Wild. He lived for two years in the Washington, DC area and worked as a rehearsal accompanist for the Washington School of Ballet before moving to New York. There he accompanied various ballet studios, and became one of the most sought-after ballet accompanists in New York and Los Angeles, working with Melissa Hayden, Allegra Kent, Robert Denvers, David Howard, Richard Thomas and School of American Ballet.

    87. In The News Press Clips
    Same, (August 11, 2003, The New Yorker) Master Class earl wild, (July21, 2003, The New York Sun) The World s Fastest pianist, (July
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    Westney, William provides information on the concert pianist and educator.wild, earl b.1915 - Includes biography and discography.
  • Arbiter's Museum of Historic Pianists - Arbiter Records Home Page, over 60 very short biographies by Allan Evans.
  • Argerich, Martha b. 1941. - Excerpts from a 1979 interview with Dean Elder; in-print discography; reviews.
  • Ashkenazy, Vladimir 1937- - Some facts, a 1995 interview, discography and reviews from Classic CD magazine page.
  • Astriab, Lou - provides information on the American pianist.
  • Atamian, Dickran - pianist.
  • Ax, Emanuel
  • Batagov, Anton 1965- - Includes biography, gallery and texts by the pianist.
  • Bauer, Harold 1873-1951. - Bauer Collection in the Music Division of the Library of Congress includes biography, etc.
  • Baxtresser, Margaret - explores the enchanting, nature-filled world of Claude Debussy and the Impressionist Painters.
  • Bekhterev, Boris - provides information on the Russian-born pianist.
  • Berman, Bart - Israeli concert pianist specializing in Schubert and contemporary music performance.
  • Berman, Boris - Pianist of international stature and teacher at Yale University School of Music.
  • Bernstein, Leonard 1918-1990
  • 89. Earl Wild
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    90. Earl Wild: 20th & 21st Century Piano Sonatas
    Boston Globe — September 1, 2000 To celebrate his 85th birthday, everyoungpianist earl wild recorded this monumental CD of craggy 20th century works.
    Samuel BARBER:
    Sonata, Opus 26 (1949)
    I Allegro Energico
    II Allegro Vivace
    III Adagio Mesto
    IV Fuga Allegro
    Sonata (1924)
    I 'Eighth Note' 112
    II Adagietto
    III 'Eighth Note' 112 Earl WILD: Sonata (2000) I Allegro (March II Adagio III Toccata Paul HINDEMITH: Sonata No.3 (1936) I Ruhig Bewegt II Sehr Lebhaft III Massig Schnell IV Fuge Samuel BARBER (1910-1981): Sonata, Opus 26 (1949) (In four movements) Igor STRAVINSKY (1882-1971): Sonata (1924) (In three movements) Earl WILD (b.1915): Sonata (2000) World Premiere (Allegro March, Adagio, Toccata a la Ricky Martin) Paul HINDEMITH (1895-1963): Sonata No.3 (1936) (In four movements) Earl Wild, whose legendary career has spanned over 70 years, performs in this brand new recording four 20th and 21st century piano sonatas. Mr. Wild states: "I had a personal friendship with all four composers on this disc, although one of the relationships has been a little more intimate. I have performed the Hindemith and Stravinsky sonatas in public many times since the 1940s. The Barber Sonata however is a first performance for me. I have the greatest admiration for this wonderful work. My own Sonata was completed in April of this year. A stylistically eclectic work, it incorporates Civil War tunes, echoes of popular music of the 1920s and, in the finale (entitled "Toccata a la Ricky Martin"), there is a distinctive Latin American flavor!" Classics Today — October 2000 "The 20th-century sonatas are by Barber, Hindemith (the Third Sonata), and Stravinsky; Wild composed the 21st century sonata himself. As you might expect, Wild's 20-minute virtuoso work is skillfully and idiomatically written for the keyboard, and highly entertaining. The first movement is energetic with a bluesy interlude; the second movement refers to the popular music of Wild's youth. The finale, a brilliant Toccata, begins to dance in a Latin rhythm, so Wild presents it as an homage to Ricky Martin, whose ease and charm captivated Wild, who is no slouch at ease and charm himself. Wild's performance of the Wild Sonata is brilliant and of course authoritative; the pianist is no less effective in the other sonatas."

    91. Wild, Earl At Edifying Spectacle
    the notion that for such intensely Russian pieces as these that a Russian virtuosopianist is going to be the best choice. I find earl wild s musicianship in
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    The Virtuosity of Earl Wild by Franz Liszt Price: Customer Review: Ivory Classics are now releasing a series of the veteran American piano virtuoso Earl Wild's recordings, upon which his reputation as a super-virtuoso rests. These superbly refurbished recordings date from the 1960s to 1980s and mostly capture Wild at his technical and interpretative best. Take the... more info Customer Rating: Click here for more information Chopin: The Complete Etudes by Fryderyk Chopin Price: Customer Review: When I first heard Mr. Wild's interpretation of the complete Chopin Etudes, I wasn't immediately reminded of any other pianist. Cornerstone artists of this repertoire- Pollini, Ashkenazy, Arrau, and a multitude of new names, such as Ohlsson (whose own performance on Arabesque I reviewed here 12...

    92. About Earl Wild
    earl wild. Having mastered ever facet of this art, American pianistearl wild is the complete musician and ultimate virtuoso. The
    Earl Wild Having mastered ever facet of this art, American pianist Earl Wild is the complete musician and ultimate virtuoso. The pianistic tradition represented by Earl Wild can be traced directly to Franz Liszt through his studies with Selmar Jansen, who studied with Liszt pupils Xavier Scharwenka and Eugen d'Albert. Further studies were with the great Dutch pianist Egon Petri, a pupil of Busoni; Paul Doguereau, the distinguished French pianist and pupil of Ravel; Madame Barere, wife of the great Russian pianist Simon Barere; and Volya Cossack, a pupil of Isidore Philipp, who studied with Saint-Saens. Although still in his teens, Mr. Wild was hired by NBC in New York to become staff pianist. During his eight years at NBC he frequently participated as a member of the NBC Symphony Orchestra under Toscanini. In 1984 Arturo Toscanini invited Earl Wild to perform Gershwin's Rhapsody in Blue. This distinction made him the first American soloist and youngest artist to ever appear with the NBC Symphony a particular honor in light of Toscanini's infrequent use of soloists. The Rhapsody was a first performance for both Earl Wild and Maestro Toscanini. For an artist as prominent as Earl Wild, it is hardly surprising that he has participated in many premieres. In 1939 he was the first artist ever to give a piano recital on U.S. television. In Paris, in 1949, he was soloist in the world premiere performance of Paul Creston's Piano Concerto, later giving the American premiere of the work in Washington. In 1944 he was the pianist in the American premiere of Shostakovich's Piano Trio in E minor. With Sir Georg Solti and the Chicago Symphony in December of 1970, Mr. Wild gave the world premiere of Marvin David Levy's First Piano Concerto, a work specially written for him.

    93. Anecdote - Earl Wild - Earl Wild
    earl wild After a concert one evening, the mischievous eightyseven-year-old Americanpianist earl wild was asked about the issue of longevity, and got a big

    94. PIANOnews Leseprobe
    Translate this page earl wild Doch ein Mal, auch im Jahre 1949, in einer Kirche Überhaupt sollte jederPianist einmal einen Opernsänger begleiten, denn dadurch wird man im Spiel

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    PIANONews: Sie sind – neben allen anderen Werken – berühmt für das Spiel von Transkriptionen, fremden und eigenen. Denken Sie, dass es bedenklich ist, wenn heutzutage nur noch wenige der jungen Pianisten diese Art von Werken spielen? Earl Wild: Darüber habe ich mir niemals Gedanken gemacht. Ich spiele Transkriptionen, weil ich sie mag. Als ich in der Schule war, also als ich so um die acht Jahre war, spielte ich schon mit Freunden Sinfonien vierhändig auf dem Klavier. Ich habe es geliebt, diese sinfonischen Werke zu spielen, und die Ballett-Literatur, die ich so sehr liebe. Ich habe mich niemals für Trends interessiert oder dafür, was wer über mein Spiel denkt. Ich tue, was ich tue, und ich mag es, was ich spiele. PIANONews: Aber denken Sie, dass es wichtig ist, Transkriptionen zu spielen, vielleicht auch, um die anderen Werke, alle Werke eines Komponisten und damit den Komponisten selbst und sein Werk, besser zu verstehen? PIANONews: Aber nennen diese anderen Pianisten das Anziehen und Verlangsamen eines Tempos nicht Rubato?

    95. HAHN: Le Rossignol Eperdu
    It is not entirely surprising that a great pianist like earl Wildshould turn his attention to The Bewildered Nightingale. Only
    HAHN: Le Rossignol Eperdu Le bal de Béatrice and his operetta Ciboulette, sung by the very popular Yvonne Printemps. These works achieved mass appeal by responding to the popular taste of the time, but songs like and Si mes vers avaient des ailes soar with a timeless beauty that assures them a place at the pinnacle of vocal music. Clarity, distinction, articulation, lightness, spiritual elegance that leaves no room for vulgar sentimentality, all these qualities of his songs can be found in the 53 poems for piano that make up Le rossignol éperdu [The Bewildered Nightingale]. Pièces de clavecin en concert, Pièces Pittoresques Fêtes Lointaines but its spirit magnifies the quintessence of French sensibility, carefully traced throughout the four suites that compose the work. A musical love letter or intimate little encyclopedia filled with allusions and epigraphs, this work would best be read with score in hand (Heugel publisher): devotees of literature will be delighted to learn that Marcel Proust, Hahn’s alter ego, wrote about his friend, "All that I have accomplished is because of Reynaldo." Just as in Debussy’s Preludes, these epigraphs are also metaphors, hypallages and paradigms that can be interpreted ad libitum.

    96. Earl Wild At 88! - On VAI Audio (1 CD)
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    The Newstead Trio Francesco Libetta, Piano Duos Masters of the Keyboard Miami Int'l Piano Festival Van Cliburn Competition Retrospective Series Vol. 1- Groote - In Memoriam Vol. 2- 1977 Competition Vol. 3- 1969 Competition Vol. 4- 1962,1969 Competition ... Greatest Hits of Christmas Classics; greatest artists! Artist By Last Name: Baker , Julius Julius Baker In Recital Julius Baker In Recital, Vol. 2 Flute Force: "Pastorale" - featuring Julius Baker , Jeanne-Marie The Early Recordings De Maria , Pietro De Maria, Pietro Ericourt , Daniel Debussy Fodor , Eugene Four CDs from Grazioso Records F risardi , Nicola Brahms Piano Cto. No. 1 Fuchs , Joseph Joseph Fuchs In Recital Gabrilowitsch , Ossip Issued and Unissued Recordings Gekic , Kemal In Concert Gieseking , Walter Walter Gieseking Plays Beethoven Gieseking Plays Debussy Haendel , Ida In Recital Hofmann , Josef Complete Josef Hofmann, v. 1

    97. Greg Sandow -- Rachmaninoff 3d Comparisons
    weight. Download (104k). earl wild (41 seconds). A Concerto). Pianistand conductor sweep through the passage in a single breath. I
    This all started with a "Consumer Guide" I wrote for the Village Voice, New York's big alternative weekly. I listened to 17 recordings of this suddenly popular concerto, and wrote 17 quick paragraphs, with a grade attached to each one. Poor David Helfgott got an F; Vladimir Horowitz got an A, for his version with Fritz Reiner conducting. (Though a later Horowitz release, a live performance with Eugene Ormandy, only got C+.) You can read this adventure, right here on this site. Much later and by a happy coincidence I was asked to write about the concerto once again, this time for the Los Angeles Times. In fact, I was asked to defend it against critical attacks, which I was happy to do. The more I listened to it, for my Voice consumer guide, the more I loved it. And I enlisted two very articulate pianists to help me defend it Alexander Toradze, and Byron Janis. This piece, too, is available here But you want to hear the music my comparisons of six pianists playing the same Rach 3 excerpt. Click the RA icons below to hear the pianist of your choice, and if you have RealAudio 3.0 or higher installed on your computer you'll hear the excerpts "streaming" down the Internet in real time.

    98. Oehmsclassics: Gerstein, Kirill - Bach · Beethoven · Scriabin · Gershwin/Wild
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    99. American Music Teacher: The Pianist's Guide To Transcriptions, Arrangements, And
    1990, Indiana University Press published Hinson s book, The pianist s Guide to Somepianists, howevernotably earl Wildcontinued to perform this genre, and
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    The Pianist's Guide to Transcriptions, Arrangements, and Paraphrases, by Maurice Hinson. Indiana University Press, (601 N. Morton St., Bloomington, IN 47404), 1990 (paperback edition 2001). 192 pp., $19.95. To any professional pianist the name Maurice Hinson calls forth a number of images: meticulous scholar, prolific editor and author, energizing and inspiring lecturer. Hinson has greatly enriched the piano teaching and performing professions with his guides to various genres of repertoire, his informative and extensively researched editions of music, and his workshops and videotapes. In 1990, Indiana University Press published Hinson's book, The Pianist's Guide to Transcriptions, Arrangements, and Paraphrases. As he notes in the highly informative Preface, transcriptions are a time-honored art and have flourished for centuries. It was during several decades of the twentieth century, when the pendulum of taste swung heavily to the purist approach to performance, that the transcription/arrangement fell into disfavor with many performers, scholars and teachers. Some pianists, howevernotably Earl Wildcontinued to perform this genre, and as we begin the twenty-first century, this form of music has again returned to the concert hall.

    100. Classical Net Review - Chopin - Études
    Josef Hofmann claimed that the pianist never existed who could perform each and EarlWild, of course, has lived with these works publicly and privately for
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