BOGUSLAWSKI, MOISSAYE — Pianist, Composer, Teacher, Editor.
Degree: Hon. Mus. D., Chicago College of Music.
Appearances: As soloist with Chicago, Detroit and Minneapolis Orchestras; recitals; joint concerts with Calve, Scotti and others.
Radio: WIND, Gary, Ind.
Former member of faculty, Chicago Musical College and Bush Conservatory. At present, head of Boguslawski College of Music.
Compositions: Hungarian Rhapsodie No. 1, Venetian Boat Song, Valse Russe, Frog's Frolic, Sunny Italy, Little Jumbo, Donkey Ride, Tambourines and Castanets, French Soldier's March, Old Tick Tock, Chatter Box, Russian Danse, Ballet Dancer, Tango; other works for piano (published by M. M. Cole Co.); Overture to a Carnival, for orchestra.
Editor of: Piano Play Books and Coles Library of Familiar Piano Music, in collaboration with Lillian Boguslawski (published by Cole). Strauss Waltzes, Kohler Piano Method, Library of Bach, Beethoven, Chopin, others (published by Cole Co.).
Recordings: Duo-Art and Welte-Mignon.
Contributor to Who Is Who in Music (1940-1941 Edition).
Address: 323 S. Wabash Ave., Chicago, Ill.