Born on September 24, 1910, in the rich cultural milieu of the Austro-Hungarian Empire, Frank Pelleg's destiny as a musical virtuoso seemed ordained from an early age. Hailing from a lineage deeply rooted in the world of classical music, Pelleg's journey unfolded amidst the turbulent backdrop of shifting borders and political upheavals. From his formative years, Pelleg displayed an exceptional affinity for music, particularly the piano. His talent quickly garnered attention, leading him to pursue formal training under renowned masters of the era. Immersed in the rich tapestry of European musical tradition, Pelleg honed his skills with dedication and fervor, showcasing a remarkable aptitude for both performance and composition.
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