Song at the Metropolitan Opera House

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Charles Welles Rosen (May 5, 1927 – December 9, 2012) was an American pianist and writer on music.[2] He is remembered for his career as a concert pianist, for his recordings, and for his many writings, notable among them the book The Classical Style.


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Charles Rosen was born in New York City on May 5, 1927 to Irwin Rosen, an architect, and Anita Rosen (née Gerber), a semiprofessional actress and amateur pianist.[2]

Charles began his musical studies at age 4 and at age 6 enrolled in the Juilliard School.[3] At age 11 he left Juilliard to study piano with Moriz Rosenthal,[4] and with Rosenthal’s wife, Hedwig Kanner.[5] Rosenthal, born in 1862, had been a student of Franz Liszt. Rosenthal’s memories of the 19th century in classical music were communicated to his pupil and appear frequently in Rosen’s later writings. (For instance, in Critical Entertainments, Rosen offers a memory from Rosenthal concerning how Brahms performed on the piano; specifically that he “rolled” chords upward, starting with the bass note.) Every year from the ages of three to twelve, Rosen heard Josef Hofmann play, and he later suggested that Hofmann had a greater influence on him than Rosenthal.[b]

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