Andrey Schulz-Evler

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Born: 12 December 1852 — Radom — Poland
Died: 15 May 1905 — Warsawa — Poland
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wow, do you think you could somehow send it to me or tell me where I Can get the score? I actually was born in his home city Radom. Thats so amazing. email me on irmina_trynkos(at)yahoo.co.uk Thanks a lot and good luck with ur concert!

[by “Anonymous” on 2009-10-21 20:27:32]
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does anyone know if this is the same A. Schulz who transcribed 12 Mozart sonatas, quartetswa, and trios for Two Violins? I have these 12 duos, published by C. Litolff around 1900, and they are wonderful. The arranger is listed as A. Schulz, but from what I have seen of Schulz bios, he only wrote pieces for piano. I would love to hear more from anyone who knows, as we perforem these duos, and like to give little introductory lectures, and Schulz leads me to a dead end. Thanks.

[by “Anonymous” on 2009-07-10 03:14:12]

Music

Piano transcription: Concert Arabesque on Motifs by Johann Strauss’s "By the Beautiful Blue Danube".

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Polish pianist. Studied at the Warsaw Conservatory, and later with Tausig in Berlin. Schulz-Evler was professor of piano at the Kharkow Music School (1888–1904). He published 52 piano pieces and songs. His transcription of the Blue Danube Waltz was very popular with pianists for a time. (Source: Baker’s Biographical Dictionary of Musicians, Fifth Edition.)

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6 October 1906: Recording of the “Blue Danube Arabesque”, Welte-Mignon Piano Roll No.1305, with Josef Lhevinne at the piano.

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