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==Moonlight Sonata==

Moonlight Sonata, acrylic on hardboard, 20"x16" © 1998 (private collection)

Mary Hallock Greenewalt began as a concert pianist but, stimulated by theatrical lighting, she became interested in color music about 1906 and gave her first concert, in Philadelphia, in 1911. She toured extensively the following year and seems to have performed regularly until the late 1930's on a series of increasingly sophisticated instruments. . . She often composed colour-accompaniments to pieces with strong programmatic associations, such as the first movement of Beethoven's 'Moonlight' Sonata. . .
--John Gage, Color and Culture


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