The father is exalted. Abram was the original name of Abraham.
Abram name used to be popular in Poland before the WWII only among Jews (both Ashkenazic and Sephardic).
Abram was possibly an independent name of distinct Hebrew origins. In the Bible, Abram's name was changed to Abraham God when it was revealed that he would be the father of the Hebrew nation. The name could have been used as an English short from of Abrah
was an American composer and pianist.Chasins' career as a pianist lasted from 1927 until 1947. On January 1, 1929, he made his debut playing his own Piano Concerto with the Philadelphia Orchestra. From 1926 to 1935 he taught piano as a member of the faculty of the Curtis Institute. Chasins was associated with the radio station WQXR from 1941 to 1965, becoming the music director in 1946. In 1949 he married Constance Keene, a pianist and former student of his, with whom he performed and recorded piano duos. In 1972 he joined the University of Southern California as musician-in-residence, and reorganized the student-run radio station KUSC into a channel for classical and modern music. He retired in 1977, and died of cancer at his home in Manhattan on June 21, 1987.
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Meaning of Abram in Hebrew origin/culture for Boy name with history and fame details.