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[[File:|thumb|Louis Plaidy]] Louis Plaidy (28 November 1810, Wermsdorf - 3 March 1874, Grimm) was a celebrated German piano pedagogue.[1] He was invited to join the faculty of the Leipzig Conservatory in 1843 by Felix Mendelssohn, remaining there through 1865. Among his notable students were Dudley Buck, Frederic Hymen Cowen, Felix Draeseke, Gustave Gagnon, Edvard Grieg, Michael Maybrick, James Cutler Dunn Parker, Julius Röntgen, Ernst Rudorff, Samuel Sanford, Arthur Sullivan, and Hans von Bülow. He published two books on piano pedagogy, Technische Studien fuer das Pianofortespiel and Der Clavierlehrer.

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