hps, 1911-1984 GB, Edinburgh
Musician / Producer of Classical
Scottish pianist, harpsichordist and producer classical music releases (born 1911 in Edinburgh; died 1984 in London). Sometimes credits as: Robert Kinloch Anderson From Wikipedia (German): "Anderson studied in his hometown with Donald Tovey. With a Caird Fellowship, he continued his training at the Royal Conservatory of Music, with Malcolm Sargent (conducting) and Herbert Howells (composition). He also took private lessons with Harold Craxton. "In 1933, he joined the conducting class of Clemens Krauss in Salzburg, and in Berlin studied piano with Edwin Fischer, and harpsichord with Wanda Landowska. In 1938, he appeared as soloist with the Scottish Orchestra under George Szell. In the following year, he became a member of the Dartington Hall Chamber Music Group with Robert Masters, violin, Nannie Jamieson, viola and Muriel Taylor, cello. "From 1946 to 1963, Anderson taught Music at Trinity College. He also freelanced for EMI and as a member of the Bath Festival Orchestra, with whom he gave a 1958 concert at the Royal Festival Hall. From 1957 to 1963, he was harpsichordist of the Menuhin Festival Orchestra. In 1963, he received a permanent position as a record producer at EMI, where he recorded numerous LPs with figures like John Barbirolli, Adrian Boult and Yehudi Menuhin."
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