in Cambridge, Mass .
Written in English
Foreword signed: Constance Huntington Hall [and] Helen Ingersoll Tetlow.
|Contributions||Tetlow, Helen Ingersoll, 1877- joint comp.|
|LC Classifications||ML417.H78 H3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||41|
|LC Control Number||54025161|
Life and career. Helen Hopekirk was born in Portobello, Edinburgh in Scotland, a daughter of music shop owners Adam and Helen (née Croall) studied music with George Lichtenstein and Scottish composer Alexander Mackenzie, and made her debut as a soloist in with the Edinburgh Amateur Orchestral other successful performances and the death of her father, she. Helen Hopekirk (–), Pianist and Composer Johanna Lössl (b) National Galleries of Scotland, Scottish National Portrait Gallery. Helen Hopekirk () (Scotland/USA) Concert Piece in D minor for piano and orchestra () Pianist: Gary Steigerwalt Dir: Tian Hui Ng LIST OF UPLOAD. 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. 3. In the Ruins. Helen Hopekirk (). HELEN HOPEKIRK ( – ) Pianist and Teacher. Born on 20 May , at 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. Helen Hopekirk () Performed by Gary Steigerwalt. Listen at YouTube. Helen Hopekirk () is a name with which most listeners will be unfamiliar, unless it is in connection with her stellar career as a concert pianist in the late nineteenth century. She was also a gifted teacher, but, throughout her life, she turned her hand to composition, chiefly for piano solo.5/5(1).
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