Leopold Godowsky was a Polish-American virtuoso pianist, composer, and teacher. He was one of the most highly regarded performers of his time – known for his theories concerning the application of relaxed weight and economy of motion within pianistic technic – principles later propagated by Godowsky's pupils, such as Heinrich Neuhaus.
|Country||Poland, United States|
|Death place||New York City|
|Music time period||Early 20th c.|