Created in Vienna in 1910, Walter Landauer studied with Emil von Sauer [1863-1942], who was simply himself a pupil of Franz Liszt. Landauer fulfilled Polish pianist Marjan Rawicz at an Austrian vacation resort in 1930 or 1931. Following a exemplory case of French piano duettists Jean Wiéner and Clement Doucet, both men created an impressively exact four-hand piano take action, largely based on Landauer’s well-crafted plans of well-known melodies from your European traditional repertoire. Concert trips and radio broadcasts quickly brought them well-known acclaim. Shifting to London making use of their wives in 1935, they endured short-term wartime internment as possibly dangerous aliens, had been released following the authorities reassessed their position, and lived the others of the lives located in THE UK. Landauer became a English “subject matter” in 1946. He and Rawicz accomplished international stardom through the past due ’40s and through the entire 1950s. Landauer made up a Vienna Concerto for piano and orchestra; his functions for single piano include Summer time Rainfall, Gamine, and Echo Waltz. Following the loss of life of Rawicz in 1970, Landauer performed like a soloist until his moving on August 3, 1983.
Looks like we don't have interesting facts information. Sorry!
|The Sky's the Limit||1938||music: "Too Lovely To Be True", "Without You", "Venice in the Moonlight"|
|The Street Singer||1937||music: "Halfway to Heaven", "Street Serenade" - as Landauer|
|The Great Love||1931||music: "Fräulein, darf ich bitten ...", "Heut' ist heut' - morgen ist morgen ..."|
|Mysterium des Geschlechtes||1933|
|The Great Love||1931|
|The Sky's the Limit||1938||Specialty Act|
|3-2-1||1981||TV Series||Himself - Guest Star|
|Television Christmas Party||1951||TV Movie||Himself - Pianist (as Rawicz and Landauer)|
|Home Sweet Home||1945||Himself - Pianist (uncredited)|
|The Street Singer||1937||Himself - Pianist (uncredited)|
Looks like we don't have awards information. Sorry!
Looks like we don't have salary information. Sorry!
Looks like we don't have quotes information. Sorry!
Looks like we don't have trademarks information. Sorry!
Looks like we don't have pictures. Sorry!