Maurice Cole (Piano) With Symphony Orchestra – 5060 - (Condition - 90-95%) - 78 RPM
Maurice Cole (1902–1990), was an English pianist,
teacher and adjudicator who studied privately and at the Guildhall School of
Music with Arthur De Greef.
Maurice Cole was born in London,
England. He was the first pianist to broadcast a recital on the BBC and went
on to perform, amongst many other compositions, both books of Bach's
Well-Tempered Clavier on the BBC Third Programme. He was professor at the
Guildhall School of Music from 1953, was appointed Professor of Pianoforte at
the School on two occasions and was a member of the Incorporated Society of
Musicians. He was married with Doris Allen.
During the Second World
War, he was a member of ENSA and entertained the forces, both in London and
abroad. In 1958, he went on an extensive performance tour to Australia, New
Zealand, Fiji and other countries.
Maurice Cole recorded extensively in
the 1920s and 1930s for release on 78 rpm for Vocalion, for Hyperion during
the late 1940s, and for Classics Club Records during the late 1950s (later
reissued by Saga Records). He was also one of the first pianists to broadcast
from the Marconi House Studio in 1922 and also broadcast from Savoy Hill.
Maurice Cole With Symphony Orchestra – 5060
The Symphony Orchestra
The Vocalion Gramophone Co.Ltd
·Concerto In A Flat Minor No 1 Op.16, 1 St Movt. (Part :- 3)
·Concerto In A Flat Minor No 1 Op.16, 2nd
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Side1 - Song1
Concerto In A Flat Minor No 1 Op.16, 1 St Movt (Part :- 3)