Sadie Koninsky

Composer

1879 – 1952

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Who was Sadie Koninsky?

Sadie G. Koninsky was an American composer, music publisher, and music teacher who lived most of her life in Troy, New York. A prolific composer, she is thought to have authored over 300 pieces of music, including waltzes and marches. "Eli Green's Cakewalk", which became a popular hit when it appeared in 1898, was also the first cakewalk published by a woman. Some of her work was published under her male pseudonym, Jerome Hartman.

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Born
Aug 1, 1879
Troy
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Died
Jan 2, 1952
Troy

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on July 23, 2013

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