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Vladimir de Pachmann (1848 - 1933)

Vladimir Pachmann’s father, Vincent, was an amateur violinist who had lived in Vienna, apparently coming into contact with Beethoven and Weber. At the time of Vladimir’s birth he was a professor of Roman law at the lyceum in Odessa. When he was twenty-four he had married Anastasia who was fourteen; she gave birth to thirteen children, nine of whom survived. Vincent was responsible for his son’s musical education during his early years in Odessa, but at the age of eighteen, Vladimir went to the Vienna Conservatory where he studied piano under Joseph Dachs, who had been a pupil of Czerny. He also studied counterpoint with Anton Bruckner. Whilst at the Conservatory Pachmann performed Liszt’s Piano Concerto in E flat and it was on this occasion that he met the composer for the fist time, who offered encouragement and advice. He then returned to Odessa where he gave a successful series of concerts. He was not, however, satisfied with his performances, and after hearing one of Liszt’s greatest pupils, Carl Tausig, he decided that for the next eight years he would study alone.



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