POULENC Concerto For Two Pianos And Orchestra In D Minor
By 1932 when he created his vivacious, insouciant Concerto for Two Pianos, Poulenc was a pet composer of the wealthy French nobility who ran Paris’ most fashionable artistic salons. Chief among them was the Princesse Edmond de Polignac, born Winnaretta Singer, heiress of the American Singer sewing machine fortune.
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Posted: (52 years ago) Mary Poling. MaryAnn Fasold Poling earned bachelor's degrees in both music education and fine arts from Indiana University of Pennsylvania, where she held the principal chair in all major ensembles and won the Frank Gorell competition. Ms. Poling attended the Peabody Institute of Music on a full scholarship, where she played principal oboe in ...