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  • Performer: Beryl Rubinstein
  • Title: Beryl Rubinstein Memorial Record
  • Genre: Classical
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  • Style: Contemporary
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Beryl Rubinstein - Beryl Rubinstein Memorial Record album FLAC

Beryl Rubinstein (October 26, 1898 - December 29, 1952) was an American pianist, composer, and teacher. His son is David Rubinstein (social historian). He married Elsa Landesman who attended Wellesley College. They were married by Abba Hillel Silver, a leading American Zionist, on 29 December 1925. Rubinstein was born in Athens, Georgia, where his father Isaac Rubinstein was the rabbi of the Congregation of the Children of Israel.

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Beryl Rubinstein was born in Athens on October 26, 1898, to Matilda Abrahams and Isaac Rubinstein, who was rabbi of the Congregation of the Children of Israel. When Beryl was six, his father discovered his extraordinary musical talent. From 1905 to 1911 Rubinstein toured the United States as a child prodigy. On December 31, 1911, the thirteen-year-old made his New York debut at an evening concert at the Metropolitan Opera House.

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Sonata For Two Pianos And Percussion
A1 Béla Bartók Assai Lento - Allegro Molto
Percussion – Cloyd Duff, Emil SchollePiano – Arthur Loesser, Beryl Rubinstein*
A2 Béla Bartók Leno, Ma Non Troppo
Percussion – Cloyd Duff, Emil SchollePiano – Arthur Loesser, Beryl Rubinstein*
B1 Béla Bartók Allegro Non Troppo
Percussion – Cloyd Duff, Emil SchollePiano – Arthur Loesser, Beryl Rubinstein*
Sonata For Flute And Piano
B2 Beryl Rubinstein* Sonata For Flute And Piano
Flute – Maurice SharpPiano – Marianne Matousek Mastics

Notes

Text on cover reads: "Issued by THE CLEVELAND INSTITUTE OF MUSIC for the Benefit of the BERYL RUBINSTEIN MEMORIAL FUND." Program notes by Arthur Loesser on Container. Side 1 labeled XTV 20039, Side 2 labeled XTV 20040.

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