Zarembski, Jules de



Pianist; born at Shitomir, Russian Poland, where he also died. He studied under Dachs at Vienna and Liszt at Weimar. In 1878 he played the Piano Mangrot at the Paris Exhibition and the next year succeeded Louis Brassin as professor of piano at the Brussels Conservatory. He has composed concert-studies, a ballade, a serenade burlesque, a berceuse; a collection of six pieces, entitled A travers Pologne, a Serenade espagnole; and fitrennes, also a collection of six pieces.