Definition of Karl Czerny
1. Noun. Austrian virtuoso pianist and composer of many works for the piano; studied with Beethoven and was a teacher of Liszt (1791-1857).
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Literary usage of Karl Czerny
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Celebrated Pianists of the Past and Present: A Collection of One Hundred and by A. Ehrlich, Arthur Livingston Manchester (1894)
"... Karl Czerny. FOR more than thirty years this excellent exponent of pianoforte playing was the most important and successful teacher in Vienna, ..."
2. Musicians and Music-lovers, and Other Essays by William Foster Apthorp (1894)
"mutually irreconcilable readings of certain passages, that, of all the editions ever published, the one edited by Karl Czerny almost invariably contained ..."
3. The Story of Chamber Music by Nicholas Kilburn (1904)
"Karl Czerny (Vienna), 1791-1857. Eminent pianist and teacher. He was for a while a pupil of Beethoven. 1792. ..."
4. Modern Music and Musicians by Louis Charles Elson (1918)
"In summing up the resources of the classic Karl Czerny (1791-18157). pressed out with his full fingers in broad, harmonious masses, and shaded from the most ..."
5. The New American Cyclopaedia: A Popular Dictionary of General Knowledge by George Ripley (1860)
"In accorda» with this proposition Liszt, accompanied bf- father, repaired to Vienna and was pot ш*- the instruction of Karl Czerny and ..."