Item MS-5-2, Box 6, Folder 6, Item 2 - Weeping willows, Op. 12, no. 2

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Weeping willows, Op. 12, no. 2

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Trauerweiden

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Rubin Goldmark

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MS-5-2, Box 6, Folder 6, Item 2

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  • January 20, 1909 (Distribution)
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    Goldmark, Rubin
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    New York (N.Y.)
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    Given to Ellen Ballon by her teacher, Rubin Goldmark.
  • 1908 (Creation)
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    Goldmark, Rubin
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    New York (N.Y.)
  • 1908 (Publication)
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    Oliver Ditson Company
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    Boston (Mass.)

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1 part (4 p.)

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(1872-1936)

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Rubin Goldmark was an American composer, pianist, and teacher. Although his works were frequently performed during his lifetime, he is better known today as the teacher of Aaron Copland and George Gershwin. Born in New York City, he completed his undergraduate degree at City College in New York before moving to Austria to attend the Vienna Conservatory. He then returned to the United States whre he taught at the National Conservatory. At this time, he also studied piano with Antonin Dvorak and piano with Rafael Joseffy. Apart from a brief stay in Colorado Springs, when he was the director of the Colorado Conservatory of Music (1895-1901), he spent the rest of his life in New York.

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Item contains the second piece in Rubin Goldmark's composition "In the Forest: Four Piano Compositions." This piece is dedicated to Paolo Gallico.

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Description created by Rebecca Shaw on February 21, 2018.

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  • English

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  • Box: MS-5-2, Box 6