Date of Graduation
College of Creative Arts
School of Music
Mieczyslaw Munz (1900-1976) was one of the outstanding pianists of the twentieth century as both an acclaimed international concert artist and teacher. With a musical career that spanned over sixty years from his debut at the age of twelve, Munz was a significant link in carrying on the great traditions of the Golden Age of the Virtuoso and nineteenth-century piano playing. This research paper includes a biography of Munz; interviews with his students Faye Bonner, Paula Forrest, Jeffrey Marcus, David Oei, Ann Schein, Robert Swan and Stefan Young; a timeline of important events in the life of Munz; selections of Munz's concert programs, reviews, and other memorabilia; and a list of recordings by Munz.
Lee, Sora, "The life and legacy of MieczysLaw Munz" (2016). Graduate Theses, Dissertations, and Problem Reports. 6050.