Eileen Joyce Plays Debussy, Beethoven, Schumann & Liszt. 6. Un sospiro, for piano in D flat major (Grande études de concert No. 3), S. 144/3 (LW A118/3). 7. Clair de lune, for piano (Suite Bergamasque No. 3), L. 75/3. La Cathédrale Engloutie. Goyescas (Dandies in Love), pieces (6) in 2 books for piano, H. 64, DLR 2:4.
Eileen Alannah Joyce CMG (1 January 1908 – 25 March 1991) was an Australian pianist whose career spanned more than 30 years. She lived in England in her adult years. Her recordings made her popular internationally (less so in the US) in the 1930s and 1940s, particularly during World War II; at her zenith she was compared in popular esteem with Gracie Fields and Vera Lynn.
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Glenn Gould on Eileen Joyce (in conversation with Bruno Monsaingeon). Those of you on the look-out for a good piano recordin. hould most certainly get the Parlophone E11237 on which Eileen Joyce plays two Etudes, one by Liszt and the other by Schlöze. ever before have we heard such clarity and detail and absence of piano twang on a recor. he result is certainly one of outstanding merit.
Eileen Joyce was born in Zeehan, a mining town in Tasmania. She was born in Zeehan District Hospital and not, as many reference works claim, in a tent. She was in the 1946 British film A Girl in a Million, in which she plays a part of Franck's Symphonic Variations.
For the first time, Eileen Joyce's complete studio recordings, made between 1933 and 1959, are issued collectively as a 10CD box with a lavishly illustrated and annotated booklet. In every way the most transcendentally gifted young piano student I have heard in the last 25 years' was Percy Grainger's pronouncement of the young Eileen Joyce (1908?1991) when he first heard her play in 1926. The Tasmanian-born pianist Eileen Joyce was still a student of Tobias Matthay at the Royal Academy of Music in London when she made her first recording, at her own expense, in June 1933.
Eileen Joyce (1912-1991), the legendary australian pianist became famous because she had a perfect technique ( according to some critics the most brilliant technique) but also a very exisite and sophisticated music conception. She never played one note wrong in public(!) Studied with Teichmüller, the same teacher of Lívia Rév, who is 93 y old.