1917 – Arthur Gold was born.
– Gold and Fizdale met during their student years at Juilliard.
1946 – Concerto" for Two Pianos.
1947 – Sonata" for Two Pianos.
1948 – They were one of the wave of American artists, musicians and writers who took advantage of the first possibility since the end of World War II to freely travel in Europe.
1949 – Night Waltz for Two Pianos.
1953 – A Picnic Cantata for Two Pianos.
1970 – Arthur Gold began to have problems with his hands which made it difficult for him to perform, so the duo began to write biographical works, including "Misia: the Life of Misia Sert".
1984 – They published the Gold and Fizdale Cookbook which is dedicated to their friend George Balanchine, "In whose kitchen we spent many happy hours.
1990 – Arthur Gold died.