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pianist.

Molssaye Boguslawski, pianist.

Background

Boguslawski, Molssaye was born on November 1, 1887 in. Son of Frank (flutist), and Anna (Niemkowski) B.

Education

Educated grammar schools of Chicago. Languages self-taught, studied piano with Rudolph Ganz. Honorary Museum Doctor, Chicago College of Music, 1931.

Career

1 son, Myron Good; married second, Lillian Stumbaugh, pianiste, 1926. Director piano department, Kansas Missouri Conservatory, 1909-1919. Professor piano, Bush Conservatory, Chicago, 1919-1921.

Head professor piano, Chicago Museum College, since September 27, 1921. Organizer, 1931, since president Boguslawski College of Music. Co-editor University Course of Music Study.

Toured principal cities of the United States as piano soloist. Appeared with Metropolitan Opera House Orchestra, at Carnegie Hall, New York, May 24, 1919, also with Detroit and Minneapolis Symphony orchestras. Has developed a method of musical therapeutics as a mind restorative for insanity.

Author: “Piano-Play” Books (10 vols. for child piano study). Editor: Moderne Edition (piano music). Lecturer on “Musical Classics for the Masses”.

Home: 210 E. Pearson St. Office: 323 S. Wabash Avenue, Chicago, Ill.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: “Piano-Play” Books (10 vols. for child piano study). Editor: Moderne Edition (piano music). Lecturer on “Musical Classics for the Masses”.

Connections

Married Edna Rena Good (pianiste), December 1907 (died May 31, 1925).; married second, Lillian Stumbaugh, pianiste, 1926.

father:
Frank Boguslawski

spouses:
Edna Rena Good

Lillian Stumbaugh