Edwin Franko Goldman
it comes of to a very musical family. When it was 9 years young, its father deceased and the family pulled to New York town center. Together with one of its brothers it was accommodated in a Jewish orphanage. Its nut/mother was a talented Pianistin, which arose together with its brother and left a large impression on still young John Philip Sousa. At the childlike age of 9 years it studied cornet with George Weigand at the Hebrew Orphan Asylum in New York town center. Afterwards it studied with the grandiosen cornetists Jules Lévy.
1892 it rejected a scholarship for a study in Europe and preferred it to study at national the Conservatory OF music in New York town center trumpet and cornet with Carl Sohst and harmony teachings with Maurice Arnold. In the orchestra of the conservatoire it played under the direction of Antonin Dvorak, at the time at that time director of the conservatoire, and also under the direction of Victor harsh ore, which was also lecturer. With Dvorak it studied also composition.
During the study time he also one while in the orchestra of its uncle Nahan Franko made music. From this it accepted the name Franko, in order to combine it later with his name Goldman. Unfortunately it did not succeed to become it member that volume of John Philip Sousa. Furthermore it knows an offer bad clay/tone of the Symphony Orchestras off. 1901 it became solo cornetist in the orchestra the metropolitan Opera company and remained there until 1909. In the opera orchestra the metropolitan was its uncle Nahan Franko concert master. One of the most remarkable appearances with the metropolitan orchestra was the legendary Caruso Recital to 23. To experience November 1903 as well as both Gustav of meals and Arturo Toscanini and conductors.
After it had left 1909 the metropolitan Orchestra - against the will of Arturo Toscanini -, it was employed first by a renowned music publishing house, for which it tested trumpets and wrote different articles for magazines. During this time it composed its first march The mirror-image-guessed/advised OF Peace, which was naturally driven out in the publishing house. Later he wrote a this very day famous cornet school, which also this publishing house published. But Goldman had already before only one dream to direct sometime times a blowing orchestra after its conceptions.
To 8. July 1907 it directed for the first time a blowing orchestra in Corlear's Hook park. To 17. April 1906 it remained - while a concert journey of the metropolitan orchestra - in wondrous way with its uncle from the consequences of the earthquake in San Francisco exempts.
Already 1909 summarized Goldman that the summer concerts were a little respectable in the parks in New York town center the volume from members of the symphony orchestras and the metropolitan orchestra. Volume hardly rehearsed and the musicians regarded this task in the long run as a comfortable source of an additional income. Therefore it created 1911 the New York Military volume, in which it combined the best Bläser of the orchestras in New York town center. Two years after those was engaged firmly volume for guest concerts to the Columbia University. Due to the financial support of the family Guggenheim it could arrange a professional orchestra. Its singular, popular and free open air of concerts in the cent ral park of New York town center and in the Prospect park in Brooklyn at the time at that time of more visitors and listeners were visited (12,000 listeners in the cent ral park) than every other concert series within and outside of the USA.
Later, than those had established volume and had already made themselves a good name, it was renamed 1920 in gold one volume. The gold one volume became one the most well-known volume and the name Goldman stood as synonym for exzellente music, also outside of the USA. Concerts followed all right briskly in the Carnegie resound and in the New York Hippodrom. one arose to 1923 in the concert shell of The Mall in the cent ral park . When this concert shell was converted 1924 due to generous donations substantial, that was cause enough to compose for it the march on the Mall from gratitude. The donations of the family Guggenheim were renewed again and again and from this developed then the Guggenheim Foundation.
One spoke John Philip Sousa (1854-1932) and Edwin Franko Goldman of a Triumvirat of the blowing orchestra music in the USA and meant with it the conductors Patrick Gilmore (1829-1892).
To 5. July 1929 he was joint founder and first president of the American Bandmasters Association (ABA). In the presidency also three former members that were i.e. volume of John Philip Sousa, franc Somon, Arthur Pryor and Herbert Clarke. 1934 he was appointed the honour doctor the Phillips University in Enid, US Federal State Oklahoma; same honours became it 1936 by the bad clay/tone University and 1953 by De Pauw University assign.
Its Œuvre covers alone 106 marches and 37 solo concerts for cornet.
of works for blowing orchestras
- 1924 on the Mall
- 1931 Boy Scouts OF America
- 1931 Onward Upward
- 1934 The Children' s March
- 1934 The interpunching Bowl
- 1936 Bugles and Drums
- 1937 Chimes OF Liberty
- 1937 Jubilee March
- 1953 March Illinois
- A bit OF Syncopation, a piece of character
- of Cheerio
- Espanita for cornet-solo and blowing orchestra
- Jupiter for cornet-solo and blowing orchestra
- on the Green, tome Intermezzo
- on the Hudson
- jumping time Fancies, tome
- star OF the Evening, tome Intermezzo
- Sunshine and Shadows, tome
|NAME||Goldman, Edwin Franko|
|SHORT DESCRIPTION||US-American composer and conductor|
|DATE OF BIRTH||1. January 1878|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Louisville, Kentucky, United States of America|
|DYING DATE||21. February 1956|
|DYING PLACE||New York /Vereinigte states of America|