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He insisted that all four of his children have music lessons. His mother, Frances, of Polish extraction, protested.
It was soon apparent that 'Wally', as he was known, was a prodigy. According to family lore, he was playing pieces by ear at the age of three, and was working professionally before his teens. His idol was Paderewski, the flamboyant pianist and Polish nationalist, whom he met backstage after a concert when he was eight or so.
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He was a typical 'Mama's boy' who loathed sport but loved cooking and sewing, and he was already a fancy dresser. Picked on by other boys as a sissy, he learned the trick of exaggerating his differences to make people laugh. To the disgust of his father, he was as happy playing popular tunes and jazz as classical pieces.
As a teenager, he played in theatres, saloons, strip clubs and even at stag parties, where he provided the musical accompaniment for pornographic films. In , he hit upon a new gimmick, playing pop songs like 'Three Little Fishies' in the manner of various classical composers.
He continued to hone his act during the forties, mixing the classics with boogie-woogie, and concentrated on playing intimate venues where he could exercise his considerable charm on the audience. He was now going by the single name Liberace which he took care to emphasise in publicity materials was pronounced 'Liber-AH-chee'. A brilliant self-publicist, he acquired a huge, gold-leafed Bl. Convert currency. Add to Basket. Book Description Headpress. A brilliant self-publicist, he acquired a huge, gold-leafed Bl.
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