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Composer, musician, music critic for the Chicago Tribune and other newspapers, and director of the Chicago Auditorium Theater concerts. Frederic Grant Gleason was born in Middleton, Connecticut, on Dec. 18, 1848. He studied composition at Hartford, Connecticut under Dudley Buck, and continued his musical education in Leipzig, Berlin, and London, from 1869 to 1875. After a brief return to Connecticut to be a church organist, Gleason moved to Chicago in 1877 to teach at th...
Peter Christian Lutkin began his first formal training in music in 1871, studying organ with Clarence Eddy, piano with Regina Watson and theory with Frederick Grant Gleason in Chicago. He joined the faculty of Northwestern University's Conservatory of Music in 1879 as an instructor in piano. In 1881 he went to Berlin for further study with Oscar Ralf for piano, August Haupt for organ and Waldemar Bargiel for composition. A year later he was admitted to the musical department of the Royal Academy...
Polish pianist, teacher, and composer. From the description of Autograph letter signed, dated : Vienna Nov. 18 1883, to an unidentified recipient in Paris, 1883 Nov. 18. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270667305 From the description of Autograph letter signed on his visiting card, dated : [Vienna, n.d.], to Sarazate [i.e. Pablo de Sarasate], [n.d.]. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 270667301 From the description of "Tarantella, op. 39, No. 5. Th. Leschetizky" : autogra...