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1. Arbiter 138: Bruno Walter And Bronislaw Huberman
the 21st was cancelled and Toscanini with violinist Adolf Busch, proved themselves to be true 218) with bronislaw huberman as soloist. The second engagement, from March 7­17
The NBC Symphony Orchestra, founded by David Sarnoff and his representative Samuel Chotzinoff, awaited Walter's arrival for a prestigious engagement - five consecutive Saturday Night Concerts taking place between March and April 1939. These five concerts, Walter's first with the NBC, were arranged by his friend Arturo Toscanini, head of this New York radio orchestra. Toscanini and Walter had known each other for some time, having worked together for three consecutive summers (1935-1937) at the Salzburg festival. Abandoning this event due to the advent of the Hitlerites, the two became protagonists at a newly created summer music festival held in Lucerne, the Internationale Musikfestwochen Luzern. For Toscanini it was a natural reciprocation for the invitation he received to the Salzburg Festival, which came from Walter: Toscanini now offered his friend a series of appearances with the NBC orchestra, which entered its second season of activity in 1938-39.

2. Part II ­ Briefly Described Items And Signatures On Cards, Album Leaves, Etc.
$100.00 HEGEDÜS, Ferencz. Signature. Hungarian violinist, student of Hubay. $65.00HEIFETZ, Jascha. Signature. 1918. $85.00 huberman, bronislaw. Signature.

AGUILAR Quartet. Signed by all four members of the quartet, all members of the same family.
AHNA, Heinrich de. Nice signature. Scarce.
ALLEN, Charles. Signature American violinist from the Boston Symphony and Beethoven Quintet. 1874.
Autograph Letter Signed.

ARNOLD, Richard. Autograph Letter Signed. 1899.
AUER, L. The great violinist and teacher has written his name and return address on a large envelope.
BECKER, Hugo. Very large signature. 1903.
BETTI, Adolfo. Autograph Letter Signed. 1930. To the Steinway Company.
BOUCHERIT, Jules. French violinist (1878-?) Autograph letter signed.
BROWN, Eddy. Signed card by this scarce Auer student. 1924. BUDAPEST STRING QUARTET. Columbia Records Advertising Page. BULL, Ole. Mounted signature. BURMESTER, Willy. Nice large signature, dated Innsbruck, 15 November 1906. Signed Program. 1950. In pencil. DAMROSCH, Walter. Signature Great German-born conductor. Inscribed and dated Dec. 21, 1926. DANCLA, Charles. Autograph Letter Signed. Letter Signed. 1952. Signature Great cellist who died so tragically young. Very scarce.
(sl. crease in leaf, not affecting signature)$400.00

3. Classical Net Review - Vintage Huberman
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5. Nightclub Violinist
the time (and we all found out a lot later after said violinist s death just the initialsof or the name of the former owner of the violin, bronislaw huberman.
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I suppose I should call him my step-father or something, because he was briefly married to my mother before he died. But he and mom got together way back in the late sixties. My mother was the lady who really rescued and worked so hard to preserve almost all the 20th century paintings and other artwork you see in this site, but that would not have happened if the violinist hadn't happened by her apartment the afternoon she had tried to commit suicide. The man could play some beautiful tunes. He was an accomplished violinist and had performed in symphony orchestras, but confided in me once that he disliked being on the road. I have an old photo of his depicting a victim being lowered from a train wreck which I would someday like to do a painting of. I wonder if that had something to do with it. Probably not, but you never know. He would have been the age of the young man without a hat in the picture. Once in the seventies while passing through Washington on a round trip from Eastern Samoa to Paris, I tried to talk him into going "busking" with me in France. He almost did it but finally, imaging that he might land in a cheap hotel with "bugs", he reneged. That may have been an excuse, it was probably the violin that kept him from going anywhere. Anyway, by that time he was getting to be an old man and the trip probably would have been a bit much for him.

6. Bronislaw Huberman Home Page
Information on the great violinist bronislaw huberman (18821947). bronislawhuberman (1882-1947) was the most individual violinist ever to record.
Vienna 1895 reviews Columbia records Brunswick records Musical Observer 1921 ... Recordings Bronislaw Huberman (1882-1947) was the most individual violinist ever to record. The extreme characterisation of his interpretations brought him great fame particularly in Central Europe, but also the label of maverick. Perhaps this is the fate of all genius? In the biography library The recordings Columbia and Brunswick companies, and a recently discovered live radio broadcast from 1943. Decide for yourself if he deserves his notorious reputation! Photo: London, c. 1935.
Ticket: 27 Mar 1895, Musikverins-saal, Vienna. Search:

7. Picture Post
Information on the great violinist bronislaw huberman (18821947). A short time ago,bronislaw huberman, the famous violinist, was involved in an air crash.
Vienna 1895 reviews Columbia records Brunswick records Musical Observer 1921 ... Library Articles Reviews Criticism Pan-Europa Bibliography ... Recordings Picture Post Although this article from the English Picture Post magazine was published in March 1939, it appears to have been written several years earlier, as it refers to Huberman's 1713 Stradivari which was stolen in 1936. In converting this article to html, I have tried to keep as close as possible to the original layout ... I’m not sure why, as it doesn't translate that well to a computer screen.
Preparing to Play: He Tunes His Instrument
He Makes Ready His Bow
Even before fine technique, a violinist must have a fine ear. The violin can produce every pitch possible to human hearing. Pitch must be true, tone clear before the violinist begins to play. Huberman tunes his strings with infinite care. Listens, adjusts a string, listens again.
A light smear of resin to his bow. Bowing is as important to the violinist as fingering. It affects the tone as much as the construction of the violin itself. Huberman carries a collection of bows with him on his tours. As one loses its surface, he changes it for another.

8. Part X ­ A Few Additional Items
POSTCARD PHOTO. The violinist is shown holding his violin and bow under hisarm. $30.00. 21, 1926.$25.00. huberman, bronislaw. SIGNATURE ON ALBUM LEAF.
Part X - A Few Additional Items
Collins, Isaac. CONCERT BILL. c. 1850.
Known as the "English Paganini", Isaac Collins is the leader of the orchestra, and his children Viotti and Lindley Collins are soloists for the evening. (8 1/4 x 13 3/8 inches, edges a bit frayed)$65.00 Enesco, Georges. AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED. August 15, 1927.
On a postcard, Enesco has written "My dear Mr. MacManus, I am very sorry indeed not to be in Paris at the same time as you. I am here in SinaiaŠcomposing and enjoying nature with all its undescribable beauties." Signed Georges Enesco. He has addressed the postcard to Mr. MacManus. Also included is a concert program from 1925 with Enesco playing the violin and McManus playing piano. With a copy of a photo. Scarce. Special sale price. (Harper's Weekly) THE BEGINNING OF AN ARTIST'S CAREER. August 29, 1874.
An interesting double page print that pictures a young violinist giving a concert to a small group of admirers. The article on the back of the print (part of the magazine) talks about the early careers of Camilla Urso and the Milanollo sisters. (22 x 15 3/8 inches, edges sl. worn and chipped, the title has a tear through it). $45.00

9. Bronislaw Huberman Home Page
Information on the great violinist bronislaw huberman (18821947). Biography, discography, interviews, articles, etc. bronislaw huberman (1882-1947) was the most individual violinist ever to record biography section you can read about hubermans life, including his association with musicians such
Vienna 1895 reviews Columbia records Brunswick records Musical Observer 1921 ... Recordings Bronislaw Huberman (1882-1947) was the most individual violinist ever to record. The extreme characterisation of his interpretations brought him great fame particularly in Central Europe, but also the label of maverick. Perhaps this is the fate of all genius? In the biography library The recordings Columbia and Brunswick companies, and a recently discovered live radio broadcast from 1943. Decide for yourself if he deserves his notorious reputation! Photo: London, c. 1935.
Ticket: 27 Mar 1895, Musikverins-saal, Vienna. Search:

10. The World Violinist Links (Home)
Jun 15/1947) Poland bronislaw huberman Information on this famous and most individualviolinist, who was described as half god, half gypsy , by Patrick Harris.
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11. NOPL Rare Vertical File--Part 2
Annual Reports, 6. Heifetz, Jascha violinist ProgramsConcerts, 41 Howe, William Wirt. Obituaries, 13. huberman, bronislaw violinist ProgramsConcerts, 52
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Charters, 58, 64
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12. Violin Discographies
A very good discography of this wonderful violinist, who has up...... bronislaw huberman URL http// Name of page
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following web sites all have pages listing details of the recordings of the artist to which the link refers. Many researchers will find these lists invaluable. Alas, no two discographies are alike. Many discographers compile lists of only the recordings and the catalogue numbers. But some also list recording dates and a very few include matrix numbers. The occasional list will supply recording details including location information. Very few follow the conventions for writing discographies, but never the less provide the required information. We may never achieve uniformity on these pages, but so long as they are available, the information will be available for future use. Violin Land would like to thank every hard-working and diligent discographer, for, without them it would be a sadder world. A B C D ... Z A
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Description: Rachel Barton has recorded several CDs, perhaps the most outstanding of which is her CD of Violin concertos by Black Composers. In a recent e-mail she tells me that my review of of this CD previously printed in a magazine is now on her web site and will be found on the review page.

13. Arbiter Liner Notes
huberman in Recital New York. bronislaw huberman, violin. Learn from the past, enjoy the present, work for the future. bronislaw huberman. A vital culture once thrived in middle Europe. or remember huberman. How fortunate that the distinguished violinist Felix Galimir, (86 years old in
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Learn from the past, enjoy the present, work for the future. -Bronislaw Huberman A vital culture once thrived in middle Europe. Its multi-lingual citizens had endured life under Russian Tsars, Austrian and German emperors, Turkish sultans, and their own equally horrid Nationalists. The writer Gregor von Rezzori came from Czernowitz, Austria, or Cernauti under Romania, then Cernovtsy in the Soviet Union and now part of an independent Ukraine. The languages used locally included German, Romanian, the tongue of the Huzuls, Armenian, Yiddish, Ladino, Hebrew, Ukrainian, Turkish, Polish, and Gypsy dialects. Rezzori told this writer about a Huberman recital in his native city: "The Concert Hall had rather large entrance doors on the sides which led out onto the street. For Huberman's concert there came a fantastically snobbish public in white gloves made up of officers and functionaries. They scarcely clapped with their white gloved hands. After the first part, the doors swung open and they swarmed out for cigarettes. The hall filled again for the second half and Huberman played to a storm of applause; the Jews loitering outside had come in!" Bronislaw Huberman was acclaimed during his fifty-year career as one of the most musical and original violinists. His popularity was at its strongest in Czernowitz, throughout Poland, Czechoslovakia, Romania, Hungary, Austria, Germany, and Russia. He repeatedly toured throughout the entire world. Under Fascism and Communism, the culture he embodied collapsed and now barely exists. The few recordings made by Huberman reveal an art unimaginable in our time. During his life, Huberman's sincere and personal style created polemics, which were discussed in a toned down manner in Carl Flesch's autobiography. (For a detailed account see his son's book: Carl F. Flesch. 'And do you also play the violin?', Toccata Press, 1990; and in German as 'Und Spielst du auch Geiger?', Atlantis Verlag, 1990).

14. Arbiter Liner Notes
It was in Bucharest, too, that I first met and heard bronislaw huberman. Two factorsare decisive if we wish to judge a violinist objectively his technical
Huberman: Concert and Recital Recordings
Bronislaw Huberman, violin with the National Orchestral Association under Leon Barzin; Ignaz Friedman and Boris Roubakine, piano
"A judgment of Huberman is quickly rendered. He is simply a phenomenon, an apparition before whom criticism ceases. Mind you, Huberman was never that which is known as a 'child prodigy'. At the age of six years, he was already a miraculous man who, far from being reduced to normal stature, kept himself at an illustrious height."
Theodor Leschetizky. Vienna, 25 December, 1898
It is surprising to discover a group of concert performances by an artist who died more than fifty years ago, an opportunity unlikely to occur again. Musicians such as Bronislaw Huberman (1882-1947) did not respond well to the sterility, acoustics, and limitations of the recording studio. When Huberman made discs of Beethoven's Violin Concerto, he was obliged to break the continuity every four minutes and discuss whether to play the same excerpt again or go onward. The record company's choice of such a draconian and inhibiting conductor as George Szell did not help matters either. Although the disc's excellence is a tribute to his professionalism, was there more to Huberman's Beethoven? The recent discovery of a 1944 War Bond concert of Huberman with Leon Barzin and the National Orchestral Association reveals how a public performance allowed his artistry to fully emerge in a work of great significance.
Huberman's collaboration with Ignaz Friedman in Beethoven's Kreutzer Sonata is well known, yet the 78 rpm sets released in England and America contained different takes. We include here the first and third movements from the American edition, as the only available recordings are from the British version. The second movement is identical in both albums, thus their alternate performances are published here a supplement to the complete recording, which has been published by other companies.

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bronislaw huberman. The Polish violinist bronislaw huberman, born in 1882,made his debut as soloist in a Spohr violin concerto at the age of seven.

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"Both of these in-concert readingsthe Mozart from 1945, the Tchaikovsky from a year latertook place after a plane crash that severely damaged Bronislaw Huberman's left hand and forced him to relearn his instrument. (That he did so was miraculous.) Neither of these performances is in any way orthodox. The acerbic tone and occasionally eccentric phrasing in the Mozart will surely disturb purists...Still, one always senses a committed musician with a strong personality. Note, for example, the clipped ending of the finale's rondo theme, which suggests humor rarely conveyed by other fiddlers. Bruno Walter proved an ideal accompanist, aptly echoing Huberman's notions.
Huberman's way with the Tchaikovsky should have greater appeal. For one thing, its virtuosic flamboyance is better suited to the violinist's style, and his occasional roughness complements the folksy idiom of the work better than it does Mozart's elegance...One listens in amazement to the abandon with which he digs into the music, his spiccato, in particular, being especially impressive...."
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18. - Fiery Violinist Melts Through The Ice With The Austin Symphony Orchestra :: En
strongly felt (Strings Magazine).” Fanfare Magazine noted the violinist s uniquepoetry 1945 for one of the great violinists of his time, bronislaw huberman.
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19. Joshua Bell Bio
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Violinist Joshua Bell has chosen the 'timeless melody' as the theme for his latest Sony Classical recording, Romance of the Violin. Bell hand-picked his favorite melodies across a wide spectrum, featuring music from Monteverdi to Debussy, and even borrowing classics from the piano and vocal repertoire. All of the works are heard in new settings specially created by Craig Leon, master arranger and producer, who has worked in the pop world as well as with classical artists such as Luciano Pavarotti and countertenor Andreas Scholl. The new recording features the Academy of St. Martin in the Fields, conducted by Michael Stern.
With Romance of the Violin, Joshua Bell explores new territory by reinventing the way we listen to familiar classics. His choices are personal and unconventional, as in his selection of Schumann's beloved piano miniature, Traumerei, or the opera arias of Puccini and Bellini. As befits an artist of such versatility, Bell makes himself at home in Chopin's Piano Nocturne in C sharp minor, performing it as if it had been originally conceived for violin, and shaping it with extraordinary nuances of color and rhythm.
A chamber music enthusiast, Bell initiated a chamber music series at London's Wigmore Hall and the Auditorium du Louvre in Paris. He enjoys regular chamber music collaborations with Yefim Bronfman, Pamela Frank, Steven Isserlis, Edgar Meyer, Olli Mustonen, and Jean-Yves Thibaudet. A multifaceted musician, he has also teamed up with artists such as James Taylor, Chick Corea, and Bobby McFerrin. Joshua Bell has made his mark with a continuous stream of inventive musical projects and he continues to explore all sides of the musical spectrum in both concerts and recordings. He currently resides in New York City.

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