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[This paragraph appeared in The Piano in Concert
by George Kehler, Metuchen, N.J., & London, June 1982, page 137.
I assume that making this brief excerpt available does not infringe copyright;
the program lists are presumably not subject to copyright, and the whole
constitutes only ½ page of 1430½, thus 0.035%.
I will nevertheless gladly remove it if authoritatively asked to do so.
For another Boguslawski program, see Musical Courier
29 November 1917, available elsewhere on this site.
This web version is dated 2 October 2004,
revised 25 December 2004.
American pianist of Russian descent, was born in
about 1888 and died in Chicago on August
30, 1944. He came to America in infancy
a pupil of de Pachmann, who made a stamp on his
interpretation, especially of Chopin
with orchestras in Chicago, Minnesota, Detroit,
etc. Former member of faculty, Chicago Musical
College and Bush Conservatory. Later, Head of
Boguslawski College of Music.
1129 / Community Concerts / 1939-40
BACH-BUSONI: Choral Prelude (I Call on Thee, Lord; Rejoice, Beloved
Christians); Prelude and Fugue, D.
CHOPIN: Nocture in F; Scotch Danses; Etude,
Op. 25, No. 1; Etude, Op. 25, No. 10; Sonata, bb
DEBUSSY: Fireworks; La fille aux cheveux de Lin
LISZT: Liebestraum; At the Spring; Will-O'-the-Wisp; Racoczy March
1130 / Town Hall, New York / December 17, 1942
SCARLATTI: Pastorale and Cappricio
BACH-BUSONI: Two Chorale-Preludes: "I Call to Thee, Lord"; Rejoice, Beloved Christians";
Organ Prelude and Fugue in D
BRAHMS: Variations on a Theme by Paganini, Books 1 and 2
SCHUMANN: Papillons, Op. 2
DEBUSSY: "Feux d'artifice"
CHOPIN: Nocturne in F, Op. 15, No. 1; Three Ecossaises; Mazurka in a, Op. 17, No. 4;
Mazurka in D, Op. 33, No. 2; Etude in b, Op. 25, No. 10; Scherzi in b
(C. in Musical America)
1131 / Goodwyn Institute, Memphis / No date given†
SCARLATTI: Pastorale and Capriccio
BRAHMS: Variations on a Theme by Paganini
CHOPIN: Nocturne in c; Fantaisie-Impromptu; Etude in b; Three Eccossaises;
Valse; Scherzo in c#
ALKAN: "The Wind"
IBERT: The Little White Donkey
GUION: Sheep and Goats
MOZART-LISZT: Don Juan Fantasie
(A. R. and Mrs. David L. Griffith in two separate Memphis, Tenn. newspapers)