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Today’s Memory – Ossip Gabrilowitsch

Ossip Gabrilowitsch

February 7, 1878, Saint Petersburg – September 14, 1936, Detroit

Ossip Gabrilowitsch was a Russian-born American pianist, conductor and composer.

He won the Rubinstein prize at the age of 16, was conductor of the Munich Konzertverein (1910-1914) and was put in jail following a pogrom. Gabrilowitsch settled in the US, was appointed the founding director of the Detroit Symphony Orchestra and married Mark Twain’s daughter, Clara Clemens, a singer who appeared with him in recital.

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Ossip Gabrilowitsch – Caprice Op.3 Piano: Ossip Gabrilowitsch, 1925

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