Date of Degree
Arts and Humanities | Music | Music Pedagogy | Music Performance
Piano, French Pianism, Marguerite Long, Isidor Phlipp, Lazare-Lévy
This dissertation explores the specificities of the French piano school between 1920 and 1940, a defining time in the history of French pianism. This research focuses on the musical and technical traditions established at the Conservatoire de Paris and provides a comparative analysis of the pedagogy and musical aesthetics of three influential French artist-teachers of the twentieth century: Marguerite Long, Isidor Philipp, and Lazare-Lévy.
Abela, Audrey, "Piano at the Conservatoire de Paris During the Interwar Period: A Study in Pedagogy and Performance Practice" (2019). CUNY Academic Works.