Théodore Lack

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Théodore Lack c. 1910

Théodore Lack (September 3, 1846, Quimper - November 25, 1921, Paris) was a French pianist and composer. He studied under Antoine François Marmontel and François Bazin.[1] He started teaching piano in Paris in 1863 and achieved acclaim as a piano pedagogue.[2]

Books[edit]

  • Opus 269 : Méthode de Piano, Conservatoire du piano France, Belgique, Allemagne. Ecole complète Edition Alphonse Leduc 67 pages, pour piano à 4 mains. Présentation sur 2 pages: sur la page de droite version "prima" pour l'élève de droite et sur la page de gauche, version "seconda" pour l'élève de gauche.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Cooke, James Francis (1910). Standard History of Music, p. 212. Theodore Presser Company.
  2. ^ Theodore Lack (Feb 1913) "How Piano is Studied in France", The Etude Vol.31 No.2

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