Davies, Fanny , English pianist; b. Guernsey, June 27, 1861; d. London, Sept. 1, 1934. She studied at the Leipzig Cons, with Reinecke and Paul (piano) and Jadassohn (theory) in 1882–83, and at the Hoch Cons, in Frankfurt am Main with Clara Schumann (1883–85). She also was a pupil of Scholz in fugue and composition. Her London debut took place at the Crystal Palace on Oct. 17, 1885, after which she made successful tours in England, Germany, France, and Italy.
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