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Jascha Zayde (October 25, 1911 – September 3, 1999) was an American pianist, composer, and conductor. From the 1930s, he was the first staff musician hired by WQXR. From 1954, he was the staff keyboard player of the New York City Ballet.
- Kozinn, A. (1999). "Jascha Zayde, 87, Pianist on New York Radio". New York Times.
- Jascha Zayde's recording of "The Piano Prodigy" (from Morton Gould's Caricatones)
- Jascha Zayde's and John Strauss's recording of Strauss's New York in Ten Hours for two pianos
- Jascha Zayde's recordings of "Lullaby in the Park" and "Man-about-town" on YouTube (from Ulric Coles's Metropolitones: Three Compositions for the Piano)
- Jascha Zayde's recordings of "Chimes of Saint Patrick's" and "Pell Street" on YouTube (from Emerson Whithorne's New York Days and Nights, op. 40)
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