Verne, Mathilde [ Mathilde Wurm] (b Southampton, 1865; d London, 1936). Eng. pianist, pupil of Clara Schumann. Organized chamber concerts in London. Founded sch. of pf.-playing in Kensington, pupils incl. Solomon.
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