E Robert Schmitz

E Robert Schmitz was born on February 8, 1889 in Paris, France. Wrote the book The Capture of Inspiration in 1935 about studying the piano.
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As per our current Database, E Robert Schmitz has been died on Sep 5, 1949 (age 60).

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When E Robert Schmitz die, E Robert Schmitz was 60 years old.

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Occupation Pianist
Age 60 years old
Zodiac Sign Aquarius
Born February 8, 1889 (Paris, France)
Birthday February 8
Town/City Paris, France
Nationality France

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Wrote the book The Capture of Inspiration in 1935 about studying the piano.

Before Fame

He was a student with Louis-Joseph Diémer during his time with the Conservatoire de Paris. He achieved First Prize in Piano.


His tour of the United States in 1919 led to the founding of New York's Franco-American Music Society.

Family Life

He was born in Paris, and he died in San Francisco.

Associated With

He also wrote the technical book The Piano Works of Claude Debussy, which was published posthumously in 1950.

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