German pianist and composer whose prowess astonished a few of history’s biggest, including Tchaikovsky and Franz Liszt. Her skill shifted American pianist and chronicler Amy Fay to contact her “just a little fairy of the scholar.” Fay announced her rendition of the Beethoven concerto to become perfect. She performed for Tchaikovsky’s last concert in St. Petersburg. As of this concert, the Pathetique Symphony was revealed. She wedded Hungarian conductor Anton Seidl. She researched with Franz Liszt for seven years, starting at age group 12, among the only kid prodigies whose skills and potential he embraced.