Artur Schnabel

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United States composer (born in Austria) and pianist noted for his interpretations of the works of Mozart and Beethoven and Schubert (1882-1951)

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The legendary Arthur Schnabel championed his piano music; Arthur Nikisch, Bruno Walter and Otto Klemperer conducted his orchestral music and stage works; and leading international signers such as Maria Jeritza, Lotte Lehmann and Elisabeth Schumann vied with each other for starring roles in his operas.
In London he studied with John Barstow for four years and then studied privately with Maria Curcio, herself a pupil of Austrian pianist Arthur Schnabel, before going on to study with the Russian pianist Yvegeny Malinin in Paris.
200), speaks eloquently about why his recordings (unlike those of Alfred Cortot, Rubinstein, Arthur Schnabel, or Sergey Rachmaninoff, all great pianists who "exploit the innate qualities of the instrument but do not go beyond them" [p.