This Biography is about one of the best Pianist Edward MacDowell including his Height, weight,Age & Other Detail…
|Biography Of Edward MacDowell|
|Real Name||Edward MacDowell|
|Famous as||Composer and Pianist|
|Personal life of Edward MacDowell|
|Born on||18 December 1860|
|Died At Age||47|
|Born in||New York City|
|Died on||23 January 1908|
|Place of death||New York City|
|Education||Columbia University, Conservatoire de Paris, Hoch Conservatory|
|Personal Fact of Edward MacDowell|
Edward Alexander MacDowell was the first American composer to attain international fame, wowing both critics and audiences. Like other composers of his time, he was trained in the formidable music schools of Europe by reputed masters. The European Romantics heavily influenced him and his particular favorite was setting the texts of celebrated Romantic European authors to music.
Throughout his short life, he managed to impress critics in America and Europe as well as his contemporaries. The last years of his life were particularly unfortunate as his deteriorating health and mental instability took him down and put an early end to his career.
However, his legacy still lives on in his music as well as in the artist enclave that he willed, and was run by his wife for five decades until her death. The enclave that bears his name supported thousands of artists and is still active today. For a better insight into the man and his works, continue reading the short biography given below.
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