vc, 1917-1983 US, Indonesia
Musician / Composer of Classical
Claus Adam (November 5, 1917 – July 4, 1983) was an influential American cellist and cello teacher as well as a composer. His music teachers include Emanuel Feuermann (cello), Stefan Wolpe (composition), and Leon Barzin (conducting) He served as the second cellist of the Juilliard String Quartet, replacing Arthur Winograd in 1955. Joel Krosnick, a former student of his, replaced him as cellist of the quartet in 1974. He devoted the last decade of his life primarily to musical composition, and several of his works—including a cello concerto and a string trio—are published by G. Schirmer.
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|String Quartet No.1 / String Quartet No.2||Béla Bartók, Juilliard String Quartet, Robert Mann, Isidore Cohen, Raphael Hillyer, Claus Adam||2006||Album|
|Pierrot Lunaire / Trio Op. 45||Arnold Schoenberg - Robert Mann, Raphael Hillyer, Claus Adam||1989||Compil.|
|Music Of Claus Adam||Claus Adam||1984||Album|
|String Quartet No.5 / String Quartet No.6||Béla Bartók, Juilliard String Quartet, Robert Mann, Isidore Cohen, Raphael Hillyer, Claus Adam||Album|