|Birth Day||December 7, 1893|
|Age||126 YEARS OLD|
|Died On||May 27, 1973 (age 79)|
She was a student at the Franz Liszt Academy of Music where she was taught by Liszt pupil Arpad Szendy.
She was known to give copious notes to her students, writing "bold directions in red crayon, right across the page, in huge letters, gratuitous slashes," according to one student.
She served as musical advisor for several films, including 1951's Murder in the Cathedral, which was an adaptation of a verse drama by poet T.S. Eliot.