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Helen Hopekirk, 1856-1945.

Constance Huntington Hall

Helen Hopekirk, 1856-1945.

by Constance Huntington Hall

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Published in Cambridge, Mass .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Hopekirk, Helen.

  • Edition Notes

    Foreword signed: Constance Huntington Hall [and] Helen Ingersoll Tetlow.

    ContributionsTetlow, Helen Ingersoll, 1877- joint comp.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsML417.H78 H3
    The Physical Object
    Pagination41 p.
    Number of Pages41
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6162104M
    LC Control Number54025161
    OCLC/WorldCa8632186

    This page lists all recordings of Shadows by Helen Hopekirk (). Helen Hopekirk Wilson (Edinburgh, - , Boston) Letter to Isabella Stewart Gardner from Walnut Street, Brookline, 25 December Handwritten and printed ink on paper.

    Helen Hopekirk - Born near Edinburgh, Scotland, Helen Hopekirk began her musical career as a pianist. Her first American tour included an appearance with the Boston Symphony; she subsequently lived in Boston when she took the post of teacher of piano at the New England Conservatory in The Scottish musician Helen Hopekirk (–), regarded as one of the major concert pianists of her generation, also made a lasting contribution as a piano teacher in Boston after her emigration in

    Helen Hopekirk () Hopekirk was something of a second Clara Schumann, with a huge career as a touring virtuoso pianist. Press reviews and contemporary accounts show that she was regarded as one of the great concert pianists of her generation. As performer, teacher and composer she exerted a strong influence on the cultural life of her. Composer: Helen Hopekirk ( - ) Listing of art song and choral settings in the database [x] indicates a placeholder for a text that is not yet in the database * indicates that a text cannot (yet?) be displayed on this site because of its copyright status.


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Hopekipk, Helen (–)Scottish pianist. Born Edinburgh, Scotland, ; died in Cambridge, Massachusetts, of a cerebral thrombosis, ; dau. of Adam Hopekirk (music-shop pro-prietor) and Helen (Croall) Hopekirk; studied piano with George Lichtenstein; received lessons in harmony, counterpoint, and composition with A.C.

Mackenzie; studied with Carl Reinecke and. Type your keyword(s) into the box and click Enter. [Close] Iona Memories. In the Ruins. Helen Hopekirk ().

HELEN HOPEKIRK ( – ) Pianist and Teacher. Born on 20 Mayat what is now – Portobello High Street, Helen Hopekirk was the second child of Helen Croall and Adam Hopekirk, a printer, bookseller and piano retailer. She received her earliest piano training from Miss Stone, governess of Windsor Lodge Academy in Portobello.

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She was also a gifted teacher, but, throughout her life, she turned her hand to composition, chiefly for piano solo.5/5(1). [6 PDF] - Helen Hopekirk (20 May – 19 November ) was a Scottish pianist and composer who lived and worked in Boston.

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Hopekirk, Helen Hopekirk, Helen, Helen Hopekirk American pianist and composer of Scottish descent Hopekirk, Helena VIAF ID: (Personal). LodView is a powerful RDF viewer, IRI dereferencer and opensource SPARQL navigator. Pianist and composer Helen Hopekirk () was born in Edinburgh, Scotland, and received her musical training in Europe.

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She studied in Scotland, Germany, and Austria and performed throughout Europe and United States. Customers who bought this item also bought. Page 1 of 1 Reviews: The Scottish musician Helen Hopekirk (–) was regarded as one of the major concert pianists of her generation.

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Hopekirk, Helen (–)Scottish pianist who, after moving to America, became a champion of the music of Edward MacDowell and a composer of orchestral works as well as Scottish folksongs.

Born in Edinburgh, Scotland, on ; died in Cambridge, Massachusetts, of a cerebral thrombosis on Novem ; interred at Mount Auburn Cemetery; daughter of Adam Hopekirk (a music-shop.

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