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Title: Adelina De Lara Recital
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Adelina de Lara OBE (23 January 1872 – 25 November 1961) was a British classical pianist and composer. She was born Lottie Adelina Preston in Carlisle, Cumberland on 23 January 1872 to parents George Matthew Tilbury (aka Preston) of Southampton and Anna de Lara. Her grandfather was David Laurent de Lara, a Dutch-born illumninator, who, according to Adelina de Lara, was the son of the Spanish Count Laurent de Lara. Her mother was the sister-in-law of Sir Landon Ronald.
Adelina De Lara Piano. Adelina de Lara (piano) Schumann - Drei Romanzen für das Pianoforte, Op. 28 - II. Einfach (Fis-dur). 28 - I. Sehr markiert (b-moll).
Adelina de Lara’s autobiography entitled Finale was published in 1955 and she died at the age of 89 in Woking, Surrey on 25 November 1961. Some of Adelina de Lara's descendants are also professional musicians. She was married to Thomas Johnson Shipwright, and after her son Denis Shipwright divorced his first wife her grandson Edward, a tenor, took his mother's maiden name (Hain) as his surname. Her relations include: Edward Hain, grandson and tenor.
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She was born Lottie Adelina Preston in Carlisle, Cumberland on 23 January 1872 to parents George Matthew Tilbury (aka Preston) of Southampton and Anna de Lara. She was given the performing name of Adelina de Lara after a visit to a music shop with her father, to secure her first engagement
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Adelina de Lara (1872–1961)
Even Adelina de Lara was one of the pianistic prodigies and performed as a six-year-old in England. She was discovered by Fanny Davies and prepared by her to study with Clara Schumann. In 1886, de Lara came to Frankfurt, where she studied for almost six years with Clara Schumann. Brahms also instructed her occasionally in the interpretation of his works. After completing her studies she was returning to England and began a long, successful career.
Clara Schumann herself considered de Lara as the best among her students. De Lara has performed in Australia, the USA and South Africa. She made many broadcasted for the BBC and in the 1950s for the (no longer existing) Clara Schumann Society as well as the Adelina Recording Trust. Adelina de Lara had way more temperament than Fanny Davies for instance. Her piano playing had great sonority; she had a brilliant technique and differenciated phrasing.