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Amelia Muller Fay (May 21, 1844 – November 9, 1928) was an American concert pianist, manager of the New York Women's Philharmonic Society, and chronicler best known for her memoirs of the European classical music scene. A pupil of Theodor Kullak, Fay traveled to Europe to study with Franz Liszt. Her letters home from Germany, including descriptions of her training and the concerts she attended, were published in 1880 as Music Study in Germany.
More Letters of Amy Fay The American Years, 1879-1916. Beach was also a pianist, so maybe you got her confused with Amy Fay, who was a pianist, not really a composer?
More Letters of Amy Fay The American Years, 1879-1916. Ethel Smyth (1858-1944). Beach was also a pianist, so maybe you got her confused with Amy Fay, who was a pianist, not really a composer? Beach was considered a leading American composer during her time. She composed piano music, songs, and chamber music, but also in large forms: a Mass, a Piano Concerto, and an excellent symphony, known as the "Gaelic" because it uses Irish tunes.
Amy Fay studied in Berlin with Carl Tausig, Ludwig Deppe, and . McCarthy, S. Margaret William, ed. Amy Fay: The American Years, 1879–1916.
Amy Fay studied in Berlin with Carl Tausig, Ludwig Deppe, and Theodor Kullak, and was accepted in Franz Liszt's master class. She returned to the United States in 1875, settled in Boston, and quickly achieved a major career as a concert artist. Her letters home from Berlin were published as Music-Study in Germany (Chicago: Jansen, McClurg), a volume of sharp observations on cultural stresses endured by a young American student in Germany.
The case of Miss Amy Fay's volume becomes all the more unusual, if one .
The case of Miss Amy Fay's volume becomes all the more unusual, if one considers that her letters were written only for home, not for a public audience and further that within twenty years from the year of first publication, her observations had become more or less obsolete. The Germany of the years 1869-1875 was quite different from the Germany of 1900 and certainly of 1912, even down to German table-manners
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It is written by an outstanding pianist of the end of the 19th century Amy Fay who went to Germany to t.
It is written by an outstanding pianist of the end of the 19th century Amy Fay who went to Germany to .ake lessons from the best pianists of that time including Kullak, Tausig, and Liszt. There she also gave concerts and described all her impressions in her letters addressed to her sister. The book would be useful for everyone who is interested in music and its history, especially connected with Germany. MoreLess Show More Show Less. These memoirs include a comprehensive biographical sketch of Liszt. Fay was born in 1844 in Bayou Goula, Louisiana.