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Zoltan Kodaly
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Hans von Koessler
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Bela Bartok
(Classical_music)
Tibor Serly
(Music)
Paul Weingarten
(Classical_music)
Louis Kentner
(Classical_music)
 

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Leo Weiner

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Leo Weiner

One of the leading Hungarian music educators of the first half of the twentieth century and a composer add

Category: Music (650)

Born in 1885.

Countries: Hungary (45%), United States (18%), United Kingdom (18%)

Education: undef.

Main connections: Zoltan Kodaly, Hans von Koessler, Bela Bartok

 

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Leo Weiner was born in 1885 add something


1908

In 1908, he became a theory teacher at the Budapest Academy of Music add something


1911

Louis Kentner - He received his education as a musician at the Royal Academy of Music in Budapest from 1911 to 1922, studying with Arnold Székely , Hans Koessler and Zoltán Kodály , and Leo Weiner


1912

He was appointed Professor of Composition in 1912 and Professor of Chamber Music in 1920 add something


1915

Ilona Kabos - She studied at the Franz Liszt Academy of Music under Arpad Szendy , Leo Weiner and Zoltán Kodály, and in 1915 she won the Liszt Prize


1946

Livia Rev - She studied with Leo Weiner and Arnold Székely at the Franz Liszt Academy of Music, with Professor Robert Teichmüller at the Leipzig Conservatory, and with Paul Weingarten at the Vienna Conservatory, having left Hungary in 1946


1949

In 1949 he became Emeritus Professor, but he continued to teach until the end of his life add something

 

Antal Dorati - He studied at the Franz Liszt Academy with Zoltán Kodály and Leo Weiner for composition and Béla Bartók for piano. His links with Bartók continued for many years: he conducted the world premiere of Bartók's Viola Concerto, as completed by Tibor Serly, with the Minneapolis Symphony Orchestra in 1949, with William Primrose as the soloist


Leo Weiner died in 1960 add something


1980

"The new Grove dictionary of music and musicians", Macmillan, 1980 add something


1986

"Great Jews in Music", J. D. Publishers, 1986 add something