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Jules Morton Abramovitz April 21, 1937 - April 4, 2022

Jules Morton Abramovitz

Jules Morton Abramovitz, 84, a resident of Boise, passed away April 4, 2022 in Boise.

Arrangements are under the direction of Bowman Funeral Parlor of Garden City.


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    Andy and Brenda Dopieralski says

    We are so sorry to hear about the passing of your dear Father. I personally did not know Jules but my son Nathan Marineau has always spoken highly of him. May God bless and comfort all of you at this time and always.

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    Andre' says

    I’m so sorry for your loss. He was my favorite piano teacher ever. Amazing musician and story teller. He will be missed.

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      James Ernst says

      I can relate to what you said about Jules. I didn’t know he died until I found out last Wednesday and he would’ve turned 85 last Thursday. I miss Jules a lot and I can’t believe he passed. This is super sad and I’m sad that he had multiple health problems. 🙁

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    James Ernst says

    I am so sad and sorry this happened. He was a great piano teacher to me and I had him for over 7 years, but I recently, back in October, which was 6 months ago, I stopped taking lessons with him, but I still play piano. I didn’t know that he passed until I found out today. I miss him so much!

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    Paul Lindquist says

    We are sorry to hear about your loss. Jules was an extraordinary person, teacher and friend. The taught me much about piano and life in general. Two of my children took lessons from him. We all learned the scales and what he learned not to do as taught by his teacher when he took lessons. He loved to tell stories about his family, his life and the places he lived. One of my sons interviewed him for a junior oral history project and that was the time I heard about his extended stay in Spain. When I first met him for getting my children into music studies he said “I will teach them all the major and minor scales, classical music and show tunes from the twenties and thirties, because you never know when they might have to play in a bar”. Please let me know if you need anything. I will miss him. Paul

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      James Ernst says

      I remember Jules teaching me show tunes and I played off of a show tunes boom regarding Broadway shows. They were really fun to play even though I don’t know some of them. Jules was an extraordinary piano player and he will be forever missed and I miss taking lessons from him. Unfortunately, I stopped taking lessons with him since this past October.

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    Katey Fortunati says

    Jules was my favorite piano teacher, I took lessons from him during junior high and high school. I loved to hear his life stories, advice, and always remember that he told me “athletics may not always be there, but you’ll always have piano”. He consistently shared stories about his children and was so proud of all their endeavors. Sending love and light to his family.

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    Kari Whipple says

    Jules was my piano teacher elementary through high school and also when I started piano again almost 20 years later. He was the best piano player/teacher and human being. He knew how to teach art and his life advices, both when he was meaning to give advice and he was just telling stories mostly about his love of his children, shared a common theme- he was an extremely loving and empathetic person and I feel so lucky to have known him.

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