Schulz-Evler, Andrei, Polish pianist, teacher, and composer; b. Radom, Dec. 12, 1852; d. Warsaw, May 15, 1905. He studied at the Warsaw Cons., and later with Tausig in Berlin. He was a prof. of piano at the Kharkov Music School (1888–1904). He pubi. 52 piano pieces and songs; his transcription of the Blue Danube Waltz was very popular with pianists for a time.
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