Julius Epstein (Pianist)
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Julius Epstein (born 7 August 1832, Zagreb, Croatia - 3 March 1926, Vienna) was an Austro-Hungarian Jewish pianist. He was a pupil at Agram of the choir-director Vatroslav Lichtenegger, and in Vienna of Johann Rufinatscha (composition) and Anton Halm (pianoforte). He made his d but in 1852, and soon became one of the most popular pianists and teachers in Vienna. From 1867 to 1901, Epstein was a professor of piano at the Vienna Conservatory, where Ignaz Br ll, Marcella Sembrich, and Gustav Mahler were among his pupils. Epstein edited Beethoven's "Claviersonaten," Mendelssohn's "S mmtliche Clavierwerke" and Schubert's "Kritisch Durchgesehene Gesammtausgabe," among others
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