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The studio was placed at the external corner of the exterior of the building, as far from the general living quarters of the Schlossberg neighbors as was possible. Elden E.
Long Note Drills, Exercise No. Intervals, 3. Octave Drills, 4. Lip Drills, 5. Chord Drills, 6. Scale Drills, 7.
In he married Jenny Lohak from Riga. In Schlossberg moved to St. Petersburg — he probably met Victor Ewald and Wilhelm Wurm there.
Later he studied in Berlin with Julius Kosleck - sometime between and The musician In and he was bandmaster of the th Regiment in Riga, and conducted at the Russian Club Theatre in the same city. The first years in New York he supported himself as a free-lancer playing in park bands and at weddings. He also played with the Goldman Band at their summer concerts.
Between and Schlossberg was a member of the New York Philharmonic.
Tarr also stated the following: "Max Schlossberg became the master teacher of his time. Virtually all the professional players of the following generation studied with him at one time or another.
The Schlossberg apartment was entered at the front of a long hall.