Definition of Landowska
1. Noun. United States harpsichordist (born in Poland) who helped to revive modern interest in the harpsichord (1879-1959).
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Literary usage of Landowska
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1. Readers' Guide to Periodical Literature by H.W. Wilson Company (1913)
"landowska, Wanda, 1882- How Chopin played Chopin, por. Musician 18: 92. F. '13. Lands, Public. See Public lands. Landscape. Krc al«o Preservation of ..."
2. The Living Age by Making of America Project, Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell (1922)
"—WANDA landowska ONE fine morning in the summer of 1904, a van drew up at our door and from it emerged Arnold Dolmetsch and a harpsichord. ..."
3. Music (1899)
"A veritable novelty at this concert was Bach's D minor concerto for three claviere with string orchestra, played by the Misses Koch, landowska and Siebold, ..."
4. Baker's Biographical Dictionary of Musicians by Theodore Baker (1919)
"Histoire de la musique (1910; 3d ed. 1913); for the series 'Maîtres de la Musique' he is preparing a biogr. of Brahms (1917). landowska [-dohv'-l, Wanda, b. ..."
5. Baltzell's Dictionary of Musicians: Containing Concise Biographical Sketches ...by Winton James Baltzell by Winton James Baltzell (1918)
"landowska (lan-dof'-ska), Wanda, pst., harpsichord player. b. Warsaw, 1877. Pupil of Michalowski at Conservatory and of Urban and Moszkowski; ..."