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- A pianist is a person who plays the piano.
- Pianist was the famous Russian pianist Vladimir Mischouk (winner of Tchaikovsky competition).
- As a pianist, the great music critic and composer, Virgil Thomson, described his playing as being "very steady, an excellent pianist".
- The pianist was Bill Evans in a brilliant sideman appearance before he left Miles Davis and formed his own trio.
- A pianist, an economist - anything would be better than the hard life of a gymnast they endured.
- Paul Hamburger (Vienna, 3 September 1920 - London, 11 April 2004) was a British pianist, accompanist, chamber musician, and scholar.
- He resumed his career as a concert pianist, both as soloist and chamber musician.
- The 1955 Berkshire Music Festival saw Menahem Pressler's debut as a chamber musician, where he appeared as pianist with the Beaux Arts Trio.
- Joel Spiegelman is known internationally as a conductor, composer, pianist, harpsichordist, and author.
- Douglas Allanbrook (1921-2003) was an American composer, concert pianist and harpsichordist.
- Claudio Arrau was born in Chillan, the son of a pianist and an eye doctor.
- January 1, 2004 10 out of 11 found this review helpful Claudio Arrau is not always an easy pianist to listen to.
- During a concert tour of the great master in Germany he met Claudio Arrau and played for him, who accepted the young pianist to have free classes by him.
- The pianist received a scholarship to study with Leon Fleisher for four years at the Peabody Conservatory of Music.
- Guide Note: Leon Fleisher is a classical pianist and composer.
- Andrew talks with Leon Fleisher, legendary pianist, pedagogue, and advocate for people with disabilities.
- Initially, Sergio moved from Brazil to New York to work as pianist with Antonio Carlos Jobim and Art Farmer (amongst others).
- Eliane Elias is a jazz and classical pianist from Brazil who works in New York, where she moved in 1981.
- Scriabin's great-great grandson Elisha Abas is a concert pianist who divides his time between New York and Israel.
- Bechet left New Orleans for the first time when he was 19, traveling to Chicago with pianist, Clarence Williams and his variety show.
- The session was led by Clarence Williams, a pianist and songwriter, better known at that time for his music publishing and record producing.
- Clarence Williams (November 8, 1898 – November 6, 1965) was a jazz pianist, composer, promoter, vocalist, theatrical producer, and publisher.
- While also active as a pianist and composer, he achieved international renown as a cellist and conductor.
- M312, for example, represents a trio (3 players) including a pianist, violinist and cellist.
- Franz Schmidt (December 22, 1874 – February 11, 1939) was an Austrian composer, cellist and pianist.
- Carmen Mercedes McRae (April 8, 1920 - November 10, 1994) was an American jazz singer, composer, pianist, and actress.
- Shirley Horn (May 1, 1934 – October 20, 2005) was an American jazz singer and pianist.
- Patricia Barber is a jazz vocalist, pianist and arranger of the first order.
- Patricia Barber is a jazz pianist and singer who has recorded seven albums, including the most recent "A Fortnight in France" (Blue Note).
- Patricia Barber is another one that I find is unacknowledged as a highly skilled pianist.
- Pianist Billy Taylor called Peterson one of the finest jazz pianists of his time.
- The composer and pianist Billy Taylor is also among the African Americans who embrace the opera.
- While performing at the Apollo in 1968, they were discovered by Motown recording artist Gladys Knight and pianist Billy Taylor.
- Ellington was born in Washington, DC, the son of famous composer, pianist, and bandleader Duke Ellington.
- Strayhorn worked for Ellington for the next quarter century as an arranger, composer, occasional pianist and collaborator until his early death from cancer.
- Ellington was an accomplished and influential jazz pianist, composer, band leader, and cultural diplomat.
- Robert Alexander Schumann (June 8, 1810 – July 29, 1856) was a German composer and pianist and the husband of Clara Schumann.
- Clara Schumann was also a great pianist, not so much of a composer, and rather despised Liszt (and Wagner).
- Clara Schumann was an outstanding pianist and a talented composer whose mainly pianistic œuvre includes settings of songs by Heine, Rückert, and others.
- Clara Wieck had a brilliant career as a pianist from the age of thirteen.
- Clara Wieck had a brilliant career as a virtuoso pianist from the age of thirteen.
- At the age of 64 he has put a brilliant career as a concert pianist on the back burner to devote himself to the humble life of a composer.
- He is currently touring with pianist Herbie Hancock, bassist Dave Holland, and drummer Brian Blade.
- Along with Miles on trumpet, tenor saxophonist Wayne Shorter, pianist Herbie Hancock, bassist Ron Carter, and drummer Tony Williams are heard on this album.
- In the early 1960s, pianist Herbie Hancock dazzled the jazz community with his work in Donald Byrd's band and then on his debut, Takin' Off.
- In 1998, Diana married Krishna Booker, son of jazz bassist Walter Booker, nephew of saxophonist Wayne Shorter and godson of pianist Herbie Hancock.
- Harry Gibson (1914 – May 3, 1991) was a jazz pianist, singer, and songwriter, known as Harry the Hipster.
- Harry Gibson may have been the only pianist of the 1930s and 1940s to go on to play in full-scale rocking blues bands in the 1970s and 1980s.
- After attending both the New School and Mannes College of Music in New York City, Cohen performed with fellow students such as pianist Brad Mehldau.
- In 2006, Pianist Brad Mehldau wrote a cycle of art songs for soprano and piano based on seven poems from Rilke's The Book of Hours: Love Poems to God.
- Pianist Brad Mehldau is best known for the moody storms that blow quiet and dark over his work.
- The son of a pianist, Garner was playing in local bands when, at the age of sixteen, he was discovered by Mary Lou Williams.
- Clara Schumann had a brilliant career as a pianist from the age of thirteen up to her marriage.
- She had a brilliant career as a pianist from the age of thirteen up to her marriage; the union between Clara and Robert was initially opposed by her father.
- William Mason (Boston, January 24, 1829 – New York City, July 14, 1908) was an American composer and pianist and a member of a musical family.
- Powell was born into a musical family in New York City, and was the younger brother of Bud Powell (also a pianist).
- Pianist, composer and arranger William Allen Mays (Bill Mays), born February 5, 1944, came from a musical family.
- A studio musician once known primarily to other musicians, Mr. Pass toured with pianist George Shearing in the 1960s and began recording in the 1970s.
- A 1993 video, Joe Williams: A Song is Born, captured the singer in a live performance with pianist George Shearing and his trio.
- After touring both the U.S. and Japan with pianist George Shearing in 1963, Burton went on to play with saxophonist Stan Getz from 1964 to 1966.
- The Orchestra continued to tour and record until 1939 when it disbanded, and he joined Benny Goodman Orchestra as the pianist and arranger.
- Although Ellington was a fine (and often underrated) pianist, his real instrument was his orchestra.
- In 1933 he joined Horace Heidt 's orchestra as a vocalist and pianist.
- William "Count" Basie (August 21, 1904 – April 26, 1984) was an American jazz pianist, organist, bandleader, and composer.
- Now you can the very best of the late, great pianist and bandleader William "Count" Basie in rare, archival performances.
- Basie became the in house pianist at Leroy's - a joint that was famed for the cutting competitions held there.
- He has been touring and recording with pianist Ahmad Jamal since 1995.
- Born in Chicago on April 15, 1930, his early jazz jobs included stints with pianist Ahmad Jamal (1953-1954) and singer Sarah Vaughan (1957-1960).
- Pianist Ahmad Jamal formed a trio and became a national figure, and an influence on Miles Davis.
- Pianist Ahmad Jamal was a neighbour, and practised regularly on the piano at the Turrentine home.
- Davis was influenced at around this time by pianist Ahmad Jamal, whose sparse style contrasted with the "busy" sound of bebop.
- He was a Norwegian composer, pianist and conductor.
- Geirr Tveitt (October 19, 1908 – February 1, 1981) was a Norwegian composer and pianist.
- Edvard Hagerup Grieg (15 June 1843 – 4 September 1907) was a Norwegian composer and pianist who composed in the Romantic period.
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- Kenny Drew continued his career as a classical pianist, performing a Mozart concerto in April 2000 with the Milwaukee Symphony conducted by Andreas Delfs.
- An excellent pianist, Heisenberg met Elisabeth Schumacher at a concert in which he was performing at the house of a friend.
- At 15, after winning an amateur contest at the Regal Theatre, she began performing in nightclubs as a pianist and singer, opening at the Garrick Bar in 1942.
- Charles Mingus was a gifted pianist, as well as composer and bassist.
- The pianist on the "Johnny B. Goode" session was Lafayette Leake, a gifted pianist who could mimic any style.
- Martin next began performing with the gifted pianist and arranger Roberta Martin (no relation) that did not last.
- Duke Ellington (1899-1974) an American composer, conductor and pianist, was one of the most respected figures in the history of jazz.
- Pianist, composer and big band leader, Duke Ellington, was a pinnacle figure of the swing era.
- At an early age he became enthusiastic about the works of Duke Ellington and wished to become a pianist like him.
- The jazz composer and pianist chooses songs from Miles Davis, Velha Guarda da Portela and the Fifth Dimension as inspiration for her music.
- Jazz composer, bandleader and pianist, often reffered to as America's most prolific composer of the twentieth century.
- The jazz composer and pianist selects his favorite tunes from albums by Charlie Parker, Dave Brubeck, Max Roach and Earl Hines.
- He first became known as a member of Charles Lloyd 's band, a group that pianist Keith Jarrett also was a part of at that time.
- Pianist Keith Jarrett is nominated for a Grammy for his recording of music by composer J.S. Bach.
- Classically trained pianist Keith Jarrett is a top jazz pianist today.
- Charlotte Hatherley (born Charlotte Franklin Hatherley, 20 June 1979, London) is an English singer, guitarist and sometime bassist and pianist.
- He also plays with jazz pianist "Nathalie Loriers" and takes part on stage and in studio with an english singer, "Melanie Gabriel".
- Gary Brooker, MBE, (born 29 May 1945, Hackney, East London), is an English singer, songwriter, pianist and founder of the rock band Procol Harum.
- Douglas Adams was a friend of Gary Brooker, the lead singer, pianist and songwriter of the progressive rock band Procol Harum.
- Gary Brooker, MBE, (born May 29, 1945),Hackney, London, is a singer, songwriter, pianist, and founder of the classical rock band Procol Harum.
- After leaving Miles, he formed a quartet with pianist McCoy Tyner, drummer Elvin Jones, and a variety of bass players, finally settling on Jimmy Garrison.
- Pianist McCoy Tyner was just a teenager when Philadelphia neighbors like Bud Powell and the young Lee Morgan began hipping him to the sounds of modern jazz.
- Pianist McCoy Tyner joined John Coltrane's group at the age of 22 in 1960 and signed with Impulse not long after Coltrane moved to the label in 1961.
- Ullmann was an excellent pianist, although he had no ambitions for a career as a soloist.
- An excellent pianist who plays in a style influenced by McCoy Tyner, Mulgrew Miller has been quite consistent throughout his career.
- An excellent pianist of his era, a competitor of Liszt, Thalberg studied with Hummel in Vienna, Kalkbrenner and Paris in Paris, and Moscheles in London.
- She also continued performing and recording as a pianist and organist with Lester Bowie (African Children, 1978) and Muhal Richard Abrams (Duet, 1981).
- Muhal Richard Abrams (born September 19, 1930, Chicago) is a composer, arranger, and jazz pianist.
- Andrew Hill is a jazz composer and pianist known for writing complex and challenging work.
- Andrew Hill, a jazz pianist whose career as an adventurous, envelope-stretching improviser and composer reached from the 1960s to the present, has died.
- Andrew Hill is a well-known jazz pianist.
- Ildebrando Pizzetti was born in Parma, the son of Odoardo Pizzetti, a pianist and piano teacher who was Ildebrando's first teacher.
- Julius du Mont (December 15, 1881, Paris - April 7, 1956, Hastings, England) was a pianist, piano teacher, chess player, journalist, editor and writer.
- Joyce Hatto (5 September 1928 – 29 or 30 June 2006) was a British pianist and piano teacher.
- During his life, Hummel was thought of as the equal of Beethoven as a pianist and his music was an influence for Mendelssohn, Liszt, Schumann and Chopin.
- As a pianist, Liszt was highly virtuosic and the majority of his compositions reflect this.
- His mother Helene, née Spohr, was a pianist, a great-niece of the violinist and composer Louis Spohr, and a friend of both Liszt and Clara Schumann.
- Lukas Foss is a unique figure in American music, holding an extraordinary legacy as conductor, composer, pianist and pedagogue.
- Rolande Falcinelli (February 18, 1920âJune 11, 2006, was a French organist, pianist, composer, and pedagogue.
- Boris Berman is a Russian pianist and pedagogue (b.
- Anton Rubinstein, a Russian pianist, composer and conductor.
- I could only find one other pianist who had recorded it, a Russian pianist.
- Born Nikolai Grigoryevich Rubinstein (1835 – 1881) was a Russian pianist and composer.
- April 26, 1988) 2007 - Andrew Hill, American jazz composer and pianist (b.
- Lil Hardin Armstrong was a pianist, composer, singer, and band leader who helped introduce America to jazz music.
- Duke Ellington was an American jazz composer, pianist, and band leader.
- He is a jazz composer, band leader and pianist from Knoxville, who will be accompanied by the MTSU Faculty Group.
- Geoff Stradling (born May 19, 1955 in Bellingham, Washington) is an American pianist, keyboardist, composer, arranger and orchestrator.
- Morton Gould (December 10, 1913 – February 21, 1996) was an American pianist, composer, conductor, and arranger.
- American pianist and conductor, Leon Fleisher, started studying the piano at age 4.
- Yehudi Wyner (born June 1, 1929 in Calgary, Alberta) is an American composer, pianist, conductor, and music educator.
- Paul van Katwijk (December 7, 1885 – December 11, 1974) was a Dutch - American pianist, conductor, composer, and music educator.
- Alfred Reisenauer (November 1, 1863, Königsberg – October 3, 1907, Libau) was a German pianist, composer, and music educator.
- He was born in New York City in 1960 into a musical family: his father was a pianist and choral director and his mother a singer.
- His father was a well-to-do shoe manufacturer, amateur pianist and organist, his mother a fine pianist.
- His mother, a capable pianist, wanted him to learn the violin but, for his 13th birthday, his father bought him a trumpet.
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