1860s to 1890s
1900 through the 1920s
1930s to 1940s
1960s to 1990s
links for pianists and music lovers:
- Steinway & Sons
- In 1859, Steinway began manufacturing the world's
- The Schubert Club
- One of the best musical organizations in the
- Chopin Society of
- Another fine organization promoting
- The Virtual Piano Museum
- A site provided by the Piano
Technicians' Guild, dedicated to the history of the piano.
- Piano Repertoire Search
- A site designed by Canadian pianist
Eric Brisson. Locate piano compositions by any of eight categories.
- The Angela Hewitt Website
- A great piano interpreter of
- The Alfred Brendel Website
- An exceptional interpreter of
Beethoven, Schubert, Liszt and Mozart.
by Alfred Brendel
- Excerpts from several essays by Mr.
Essay by Lee Humphries
"What to Think About When You Conduct",
perception, language, and musical communication. Mr. Humphreys left his teaching position at the University of Minnesota the year I began
my music studies; by all accounts, my education was greatly diminished
by his departure.
Short biography of Ian Bostridge
- An extraordinary and enlightening
- The Daniel Barenboim
- Mostly a conductor these days, but
still a very arresting pianist.
- National Guild of
Community Schools of the Arts
- A website dedicated to community arts education, nationwide.
- The Wisconsin Conservatory of
- Milwaukee's famous preparatory school of music,
featuring loads of restored Steinways.
Baker, a short biography
- A singer of consummate musicianship.
Dawn Upshaw, a short biography
- Another wonderful singer.
- Radu Lupu,
another short biography
- An exceptional, illuminating pianist.
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