Classical musician qualified in chamber music. He was a well-known soloist respected for his evenness, clearness, and quality of sound. He started a tour of Britain, Holland, Flanders, and Germany when he was just 12. He composed 20 books filled with roughly 500 research and also released “Le Rudiment du pianiste,” a reserve on piano technique. He was a kid prodigy whose abilities had been nurtured by his dad and his sibling. He was criticized by Robert Schumann for music that was “as soft as silk and satin” as well as for writing overly lengthy movements.