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Godowsky

[guh-dawf-skee, gaw-] /gəˈdɔf ski, gɔ-/
noun
1.
Leopold, 1870–1938, U.S. composer and pianist, born in Poland.
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  • Godowsky and Hofmann are as inseparable as were Chopin and Liszt.

    Unicorns James Huneker
  • It is not to be denied that, taking Mr. Godowsky's art as a whole, and thus including musical conception, one finds it imposing.

    Musical Criticisms Arthur Johnstone
  • In 1900 Godowsky appeared in Berlin and was immediately recognized as one of the great piano masters of his time.

    Great Pianists on Piano Playing

    James Francis Cooke
  • Godowsky, der ist wirklich ein grosser Talent—how has he attained his wonderful rank?

    Great Pianists on Piano Playing

    James Francis Cooke
  • When Godowsky plays he sits bent and motionless, as if picking out a pattern with his fingers.

    Plays, Acting and Music Arthur Symons

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