The house in Łańcut, Poland where Theodor Leschetizky (1830 - 1915), arguably the most celebrated piano pedagogue and father of the “school of weight” and the “golden sound,” received lessons from his father and later schooled his first pupils as a teenager. Among his most famous students were Schnabel, Paderewski, and Wittgenstein. (ph: B. Dubiel)

The house in Łańcut, Poland where Theodor Leschetizky (1830 - 1915), arguably the most celebrated piano pedagogue and father of the “school of weight” and the “golden sound,” received lessons from his father and later schooled his first pupils as a teenager. Among his most famous students were Schnabel, Paderewski, and Wittgenstein. (ph: B. Dubiel)

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23 March 2014 ·

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Curtis Lindsay
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expert in nonsense.



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