Spivakowsky (Spivakovsky) (Marlow), Michael J 9.nov.1919-may.1983 England, London Hackney - USA NY, New City
violinist, conductor, studied with Felix Vandy at the GSM, 1934 associate leader of the National Symphony Orchestra, 1946 founder and director of the Stradivari Orchestra, 1950-1954 residing at 6 Chatsworth Court in London Kensington, 7.oct.1950 as member of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra he traveled to the USA, 8.jul.1954 he emigrated with his family to the USA, 28.dec.1959 naturalized American and changed the family name to Marlow, 1959 residing at 4555 Henry Hudson Parkway in New York, 1980 residing at 26 Woodbine Road in New City NY ; son of Boris N Spivakowsky (1885-15.jan.1943 Hackney) and Clara Shlaen ; he married president of the Women's Council of Realtors Rockland county Estelle Landis (12.aug.1922-26.mar.2009 Bronx) ; son Eugene (London 1944-) ; daughter Janet (London 1951-)

Title Parts

Concerto for harmonica and orchestra. 1945
Tommy Reilly, Munchner Rundfunkorchester / Charles Gerhardt

[] Memoir. Piano and strings
pub Schott & Co., London 28nov1947

[] Autumn tapestry. Piano
pub Keith Prowse & Co., London 30jan1948

[] Overture for strings. b1950
[] Caprice for strings. b1950
[] Sonata in D. Violin and piano. b1950
[] Romance in E. Piano. b1950
pub Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew, London 1952
arr for 2 pianos published by Ascherberg, Hopwood & Crew, London 1955

[] Valse burlesque. Violin and piano ad lib
pub Clef Music Publishing Co., London 12may1950

[] Brazilian magic. Samba. Piano
under the common pseudonym Diamondez of Edward Rubach, Michael Spivakowsky and King Palmer
pub J. R. Lafleur & Son Ltd, London 26may1950
copyright renewal Edward Rubach, Michael Spivakowsky and King Palmer 27jan1977

[] Danse drole. Specially arranged for strings and piano by the composer (from Concerto for Harmonica)
pub Clef Music Publishing Co., London 17dec1951

[] Solitaire. Piano
pub Arcadia Music Pub. Co. Ltd., London 5sep1951

[] Mystere. Piano and orchestra
pub Clef Music Publishing Co., London 3mar1952

[] The romantic cavalier. Strings
pub Clef Music Publishing Co., London 1953

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