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Mieczysław "Miecio" Horszowski in 1902. In 1981 the 89-year-old Horszowski married Bice Costa, an Italian pianist.
Mieczysław "Miecio" Horszowski in 1902. Horszowski, who was barely five feet tall, had rather small hands, reaching just over one octave; however, Allan Kozinn of The New York Times noted that "he turned this limitation into an asset by focusing on music that was written on a more compact scale and made intellectual rather than physical demands".
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The book consists of the postcards and (transcribed and translated) letters of Janina Roza Horszowska, Horszowski’s .
The book consists of the postcards and (transcribed and translated) letters of Janina Roza Horszowska, Horszowski’s own piano playing and very acutely musical and practical mother. They were written between 1900 and 1904 and somehow ended up in, of all places, a garage in Nice. Miecio, or Mieczslaw Horszowski was eight at the start of the epistolary correspondence between his parents (his father was called Stanislaw). Roza stayed with the prodigy in Vienna whilst Stanislaw remained in Lwów.
Horszowski's first Carnegie recital was in 1906 and his performing career continued into a deep ag. Yes, Carnegie Hall was packed and electrified with Horszowski fans.
Horszowski's first Carnegie recital was in 1906 and his performing career continued into a deep age. Many of us, his Curtis students, and a cult-like following of music connoisseurs, attended as many of his concerts as we could. That concert proved to all that music is a true elixir of youth, a life force.
Mieczyslaw Horszowski plays Bach The Well tempered Clavier. Mieczysław "Miecio" Horszowski in 1902. She also discovered and recorded some songs composed by Horszowski on French texts around 1913–1914. Horszowski's final performance took place in Philadelphia in October 1991.
General Note: Translated from the Italian, "Miecio : ricordi di Mieczyslaw Horszowski. Personal Name: Horszowski Costa, Bice. Personal Name: Minardi, Gian Paolo.
In: Gramophone, Vol. 80, pp. 132-133.
Mieczyslaw Horszowski (piano), Omroep Kamerorkest, Musica Aeterna, Mauritz van den Berg, Frederic Waldman. Following on from Bice Horszowski Costa’s previous book Remembrances of Mieczyslaw Horszowski, which drew a comprehensive picture of the long and intense life of the great pianist, Dynamic are pleased to be able to present another rare book titled Letters and postcards of Janina Roza Horszowska. The collection of picture postcards has been retrieved after decades of being hidden away in a garage in Nice.
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