Paul Jacobs (1930 – 1983) was an American pianist. He was best known for his performances of twentieth century music but also gained wide recognition for his work with early keyboards, performing frequently with Baroque ensembles.
Jacobs studied at the Juilliard School, where his teacher was Ernest Hutchison. He made his official New York debut in 1951. Reviewing that concert, Ross Parmenter described him in The New York Times as 'a young man of individual tastes with an experimental approach to the keyboard that he already has mastered.'
-Wikipedia, Paul Jacobs
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