|Birth Day||October 28, 1798|
|Age||221 YEARS OLD|
|Died On||Sep 30, 1876 (age 77)|
Classical musician skilled in chamber music. He was a well-known soloist admired for his evenness, clarity, and quality of sound.
He wrote 20 books containing roughly 500 studies and also published "Le Rudiment du pianiste," a book on piano method.
He was a child Prodigy whose talents were nurtured by his father and his brother.
He was criticized by Robert Schumann for music that was "as smooth as silk and satin" and for writing overly long movements.