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Arthur Whiting (1861 – 1936) — American Pianist, Composer, Teacher – Neo-Classicist
Studied at the New England Conservatory.
Studied in Germany at the Munich Conservatory (1883 -1885).
In 1907 he taught an educational series of chamber music known as Expositions at Harvard, Yale and Princeton Universities.
In 1909 he published The Lesson of the Clavichord in New Music Review writing “the reproduction of the Clavichord and Harpsichord is as important to the present-day students of keyboard music as are some recent discoveries of the antique to archaeologists.” [ 2 ]
Portrait of Arthur Whiting from Louis C. Elsen's, The History of American Music, 1904. [ 1 ]
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Among his voluminous writings (over 100) on technical exercises was Exrecises Pratiques (1897), Exercises for the Independence of Fingers (1898), Etudes Techniques (1904), and Complete School of Technique (1908).
Portrait of Isidore Philippe
by Louis Fréon, c. 1908/1910. [ 1 ]
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