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61. LMSWebdesign Awards
a New Instrument The Web In this informative article, The New York Times features LMSWebdesign s work on virtuoso violinist aaron rosand s behalf, and
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  • Musicians Take to the Web Gramophone Magazine , the world's oldest and most important classical record review magazine, now includes a monthly Webwatch column. We were thrilled when they chose to prominently feature a site designed, developed and maintained by LMSWebdesign. Mastering a New Instrument: The Web " In this informative article, The New York Times features LMSWebdesign's work on virtuoso violinist Aaron Rosand's behalf, and highlights the artist's positive feedback.  Classical Musicians Applaud the Web The Chicago Tribune also ran the above New York Times News Service article, which used one of our sites to illustrate the benefits that classical musicians receive from building their presence on the Internet. The Post Napster Digital Music World Seeks Sustainable Business Models This feature article about how musicians can use the internet, CommVerge interviewed one of our clients about his 'tremendously effective' website.
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Our thanks to the judges and webmasters who have visited and ranked many of the websites designed by LMSWebdesign:
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62. Entertainment Guide
The famous US violinist aaron rosand will give a concert on November 5. Born in 1927, rosand learned the violin under the tutorship of Leon Sametitni.
Entertainment Guide Shanghai Star. 2000-10-20 Shanghai Music Hall Time: 7:30 pm Place: 523 Yan'an Donglu Tel: 6386-9153 Musicians team up A concert jointly presented by musicians from three different countries will come together to play tomorrow. These musicians are: Norwegian guitarist Odd-Arne Jocabsen, Japanese pianist Haruna Miyaka and Chinese musician Zheng Honghong. Admission: 50-100 yuan S. Korean violinist The South Korean violinist Ju-Young Baek will present a recital on November 4. As the first prize winner in the 2000 Young Concert Artists International Auditions, the violinist has received a series of awards for her musical excellence. Admission: 60-200 yuan Aaron Rosand The famous US violinist Aaron Rosand will give a concert on November 5. Born in 1927, Rosand learned the violin under the tutorship of Leon Sametitni. Over the past 50 years, he has co-operated with many world top orchestras such as Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Houston Symphony Orchestra and Petersburg Symphony Orchestra. Admission: 80-300 yuan Russian soloist The recital of Denis Matsuev, the pianist from Russia, is the only piano recital at this year's art festival. Staged on November 8, the concert will feature such works as Robert Schumann's "Scenes of Childhood" and "Symphony Studies," Schubert's "Sonata in A minor" and Liszt's "Mephisto Waltzes."

63. Events
US violinist and violist aaron rosand, one of the outstanding musicians in the field, will present a recital at the Shanghai Concert Hall on Sunday.
events Shanghai Star. 2000-11-03 Dance Israeli 'Oyster' Israel media describes "Oyster" as "a show which combines in a masterly way the characteristics of modern dance with the academic technique of classical ballet, the art of acrobatics and theatrical techniques, in an artful scenery of exceptional inspiration and imagination." "Oyster" will present two shows at the Shanghai Centre Theatre tomorrow and on Sunday. Time: 7:15pm Place: 1376 Nanjing Xilu Admission: 100 yuan Tel: 6279-8663 Dance drama Based on the novel by Li Xintian with the same title, dance drama "Red Stars" tells us a moving story about a youngster named Pan Dongzhi's severe struggle with the people against the reactionary forces in Jiangxi Province in early 1930s. The prestigious young dancer, Huang Doudou plays the leading role. The show will be presented at the Experimental Theatre of Shanghai Theatre on November 10 and 11. Time: 7:15pm Place: 670 Huashan Lu Admission: 40-200 yuan Tel: 6248-5600 Spanish dancer Joaquin Cortes Ballet Flamenco, created by Spanish renowned dancer Joaquin Cortes himself, is considered by many to be the pride of Spain. The artistic image of Joaquin Cortes, a mad flamenco dancer, with arms stretched wide, has spread to nearly every corner of the world. On November 8, a dance will be presented by Joaquin Cortes Ballet at the Shanghai Grand Theatre. Time: 7:15pm Place: 300 Renmin Dadao Admission: 100-500 yuan Tel: 6372-8702 Concert Flute orchestra Taipei Flute Orchestra will present a concert at the Drama Theatre of the Shanghai Grand Theatre tomorrow.

64. Kochanski Del Gesù
In 1924 the violin was sold to Paul Kochansky a violinist who played aaron rosand would go to Wurlitzer s to demonstrate violins for potential purchasers and
Giuseppe Guarneri del Gesù
Kochanski del Gesù Violin
Photograph by Michael Darnton
of Chicago, IL.
The Kochanski del Gesù has been the faithful companion of Aaron Rosand for nearly 40 years. This violin, created in the year 1741, is an outstanding late example of the art of Joseph Guarneri "del Gesù" of Cremona. It has magnificent deep red varnish and is in a wonderful state of preservation.
The Kochanski is considered to be one of the great del Gesù's. It is from Guarneri's last and perhaps greatest period, 1740 - 1744. The maple back is a mirror image of the "Ysaye" from the year before. The wood of the top is cut from the same log as that of the "Vieuxtemps" del Gesù. The bass side exhibits a heavy, broad grain, while the treble side is of much finer-grained wood.
The tone of the Kochansky is much-admired and is very well-known in today's concert halls and recordings thanks to the many great performances and recordings made by Mr. Rosand over the past 40 years. It is regarded by many as one of the best sounding del Gesù violins in existence. This picture is included by courtesy of
with permission to use it on Sheila's Corner
It may not be downloaded for personal use or on any other web page.

65. Sarasate And His Violin Music
How can a violinist play Sarasate s Carmen Fantasy Op25. If you want to really hear great Sarasate, I recommend aaron rosand Plays Sarasate.
Pablo de Sarasate
If you play the violin, one day you will play Pablo de Sarasate's music.
It is great fun and enjoyed by both the violinist and the audience.
Sarasate was born March 10, 1844 in Pamplona, Spain in the Spanish province of Navarre.
He began to learn the violin when he was only 5 years old. His first teacher was his father.
He later moved to Madrid to study with Manuel Rodríguez Saez. As a teenager he also studied with Jean Alard at the Paris Conservatoire.
He performed public solos on the violin that he had composed and of them had a Spanish flavor. He died in 1908 in France.
Sarasate was Basque. The Basque country has been divided under the rule of Spain and France.
Basque people are found in the south west France as well as northern Spain. The Basque country is known in Basque language as Euskadi, its language is known as Euskera and it is different from spanish languages such as Castellano, Catala and Gallego.
Sarasate was a violin prodigy.
He is best know for his many violin works based on Spanish airs and dances.
I added this picture because I thought you would enjoy it. Many of us are not in a position to own such a wonderful artifact of violin playing.

66. SBCMS -- About Sidney Stafford
It was at the Chicago Musical College that he began his associations with Sidney Weiss and with the famous violinist aaron rosand, who had graduated from
About Sidney Stafford
by Erwin Fishman Ruth got us started, but it has been Sidney Stafford who has kept us going. He has been moving ahead since, at age 15, he moved from his birthplace of Joliet, Illinois, to Kenilworth on Chicago's North Shore. After high school graduation, Sidney attended Sherwood Music School in Chicago, where he had some wonderful piano and music instruction. Then he was drafted into the U.S. Army in 1941 and served as an infantryman until 1945. Sidney saw action on New Guinea at the Nassau Bay-Salamaua campaign (for which his unit received a Presidential Citation) and Hollandia followed by Biak Island, Dutch New Guinea, and then in the south and central Philippine Islands. Sidney's brother Ernie also served in the South Pacific and the two brothers managed to visit each other on three occasions: once in Lae, New Guinea, once in Zamboanga, Mindanao, and once on the island of Leyte. When Sidney's military career ended, he returned to Chicago and attended the Chicago Musical College, with the blessings of the GI Bill. He was a student of the great Swiss pianist, Rudolph Ganz and, for chamber music, of violinist Paul Stassevitch. It was at the Chicago Musical College that he began his associations with Sidney Weiss and with the famous violinist Aaron Rosand, who had graduated from Curtis and was living in his hometown of Chicago. Sidney's professional career actually started back in 1937 when he accompanied a group of opera singers on tour. However, he went "big time" in 1948, leaving school and joining national tours. That year he accompanied Aaron Rosand and cellist Raya Garbousova.

67. ArkivMusic Glazunov Violin Concerto, Meditation, Etc / Rosand
In Stock Usually ships in 24 hours. Yes, Vox is still making new recordings, and so is violinist aaron rosand. This one is superb.

68. Discographies Of Virtuosos ; Youngrok LEE's Music Page
(3) violinist. BARYLLI Paul Geffen s is recommended. REPIN, Vadim ; See Discography section; rosand, aaron ; See Discography section; SCHNEIDER
Music Home Piano Strings Winds ... Orchestra Famous Artists' Discography on Net I mainly collected this URLs from the links of the personal sites, Yahoo! US , and Google Any comments, asking linkage of new discography, and recommendations will be welcomed. Your contribution will be mentioned and used in this page, of course. Please mail me if you find the dead links in lists below. Pianists

69. WCLV - 03/15/04 - Monday
Halvorsen Norwegian violinist, composer 1900 1964 Colin McPhee Canadian-born American composer, pianist 1927 77 aaron rosand American violinist 1961 43 Fabio

70. Masterclasses
reflect the views of their authors, and not necessarily those of or i would really like to find out where aaron rosand and Joe Silverstien are

71. A Question About Buying A Violin Between 10,000-15,000
the views of their authors, and not necessarily those of or the it s smaller, built on a guarneri 30s pattern (actually aaron rosand once walked

72. Spartanburg Concert Series - Past Seasons
195758 ($5,100) Nadine Conner, soprano; Pittsburgh Sympbony; aaron rosand. Blanche Thebom, mezzo-soprano; Zino Francescatti, violinist; Pittsburgh Symphony
History of
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Concert Series Presidents The following artists and attractions
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Concert Series
including Spartanburg Symphony soloists
The Spartanburg Civic Music Association
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NOTE:Annual Operating Budgets
are in parentheses after dates. SPARTANBURG CIVIC MUSIC ASSOCIATION
Monte Carlo Ballet; Rethberg and Pinza; National Symphony Salzburg Opera; National Symphony; Cigna; Nathan Milstein, violinist duo pianists Kirsten Flagstad, soprano; John Charles Thomas, baritone; Argentinita, Spanish dancer; Rudolph Serkin, pianist Cincinnati Symphony; Ballet Russe de Monte Carlo; Erica Morina, violinist vocal duo ; Alec Templeton, pianist vocal duo; National Symphony; Joseph Szigeti, volinist ; Hortense Monath, pianist duo pianists Cleveland Symphony; Gladys Swarthout

73. FanFaire: The Rossetti String Quartet - Timothy Fain, Violinist
TIMOTHY FAIN, violinist Timothy, a native of Santa Monica, California, is the He has also studied with aaron rosand, Haroutne Bedelian and Laura and Edward

TIMOTHY FAIN, violinist

Timothy, a native of Santa Monica, California, is the newest member of the Rossetti String Quartet. He attended the R.D. Colburn School of Performing Arts and the Crossroads School. He received his Bachelor's degree from the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia where he studied with Victor Dachenko, and obtained a Master of Music degree from the Juilliard School where he worked with Robert Mann. He has also studied with Aaron Rosand, Haroutne Bedelian and Laura and Edward Schmieder.
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74. RR-uut Muusikakogus
by Jascha Heifetz, violinist, with Emanuel Bay at the piano. Camden RCA Victor, 19?. 1 heliplaat 33 1/3 p/ (ca 50 ) - DC-17323. rosand, aaron.

ISSN 1406-3921 RAAMATUD NOODID HELISALVESTISED RAAMATUD Eesti Muusikaakadeemia Väitekirjad . - Tallinn : Eesti Muusikaakadeemia, 2003- - PE A/2142; 1 [1] Rumessen, Vardo Teater. Muusika. Kino : 1982-2001 : bibliograafia Mustakallio, Marja . "Teen nyt paljon musiikkia" : Fanny Henselin (1805-1847) toiminta modernisoituvassa musiikkikulttuurissa / Marja Mustakallio. - Åbo : Åbo Akademis förlag, 2003. - 358 lk. - 2-04-00129 Das Schleswig-Holstein-Musik-Festival / herausgegeben vom Schleswig-Holstein-Musik-Festival ; Fotografie Helmut R. Schulze ; mit einer Rede von Bundespräsident Richard von Weizsäcker und Textbeiträgen von Leonard Bernstein ... [et al.]. - Heidelberg : Edition Braus, 1990. - 232 lk. - 4-03-00239 Suomen etnomusikologisen seuran julkaisuja . - Jyväskylä : Gummerus, 1988- - PL A/5905; 3 NOODID Advendilaulud segakoorile / [[koostaja]: Kaie Tanner]. - [Tallinn] : Eesti Segakooride Liit, 2003. - 41, [2] lk. koos kaanega - NA-08493 Mägi, Ester

75. Sibelius, Khachaturian: Violin Concertos:Lots Of Good Music (Classical)
Sitkovetsky was arguably an even greater violinist than Oistrahk (apparently Oistrakh again No superlatives can do justice to the musicmaking of aaron rosand.

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    Yes, Vox is still making new recordings, and so is violinist aaron rosand. This one is superb. The excellence of the Malaysian Philharmonic

    77. National Gallery Of Art Begins Its 59th Concert Season (News Release)
    Metropolitan Opera soprano Alessandra Marc will sing the Four Last Songs of Richard Strauss on 19 November 2000, and violinist aaron rosand will play
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    News Release: 18 September 2000
    National Gallery of Art Begins Its Fifty-Ninth Concert Season 1 October 2000
    Washington, DC Washington's oldest free concert series begins its fifty-ninth annual concert season at the National Gallery of Art on Sunday, 1 October 2000. The schedule includes thirty-six concerts by acclaimed national and international musicians, who will perform every Sunday through 24 June 2001, except 24 December, Christmas Eve; 31 December, New Year's Eve; and 15 April, Easter Sunday. Gallery concerts are free and open to the public on a first-come, first-seated basis. Seating begins promptly at 6:00 p.m. and concerts are performed in the West Garden Court at 7:00 p.m. Monthly listings of the concert programs may be obtained by calling (202) 842-6941. The New York Chamber soloists will open the concerts on 1 October with quintets by Mozart, Prokofiev, and Brahms. The National Gallery Orchestra, under the direction of music director George Manos, will perform five concerts, beginning with the 22 October concert. The orchestra will be joined on two occasions by internationally renowned soloists. Metropolitan Opera soprano Alessandra Marc will sing the Four Last Songs of Richard Strauss on 19 November 2000, and violinist Aaron Rosand will play Beethoven's

    78. Discount
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    79. Monmouth University - Classical Series
    Ang Cheng, from Shanghai, China, entered Philadelphia s prestigious Curtis Institute of Music in 2000 to study with renowned violinist aaron rosand.
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    The Classical Series is made possible through the generousity of Dr. Herbert and Evelyn Axelrod. Classical Series Yujia Wang Fri., November 7, 2003, 1pm Jose Franch-Ballester
    and Chu-Fang Huang Fri., January 16, 2004, 1pm Ang Chen and
    Hugh Sung
    Fri., February 20, 2004, 1pm Jonah Kim and
    Susanne Son
    Fri., April 9, 2004, 1pm Yujia Wang, piano Yujia Wang, from Beijing, China, entered Philadelphia's prestigious Curtis Institute of Music in 2002 to study with renowned pianist and Curtis's President/Director Gary Graffman. Yujia is the recipient of a merit-based full-tuition scholarship and holds the Institute's Marguerite and H.F. (Gerry) Lenfest Fellowship. The 16-year-old pianist has given numerous solo recitals in China, France, Australia, Canada, and Poland, where she performed at the International Chopin Conference in Warsaw. She has also performed with notable orchestras, including China's Xiamen Philharmonic Orchestra and Canada's Vancouver Symphony Orchestra. Yujia is the winner of several awards and competitions. Between 1994 and 1999 she won first prizes in the Huapu Cup National Piano Competition, the First "Mido" Concours De Tiano Sino-Francais, the Xinghai Cup National Piano Competition, and the Veo Veo Internacional Primer Premio in Spain, as well as third prize in the Eglington International Piano Competition in Germany. Most recently Yujia was first prize winner of the Junior Group of the Seiler International Piano Competition (May 2001) and third prize winner and recipient of the Special Jury Award at the First Japan Sendai International Music Competition (where she was the youngest of all competitors). In addition, Yujia was a featured performer on the Canadian Broadcasting Company's

    80. 75 Years Of Applause
    Back home at Murat Theatre, guest artists included pianists Arthur Rubinstein and Eugene Istomin, violinist aaron rosand and concert comedian Anna Russell.
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    German trumpeter Giuliano Sommerhalder is 18 years old and will make his ISO debut in the Johann Nepomuk Hummel concerto. Submitted photo
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    By Whitney Smith March 7, 2004
    When Ferdinand Schaefer gave the downbeat for the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra's debut concert in the fall of 1930, the beloved German-born violin professor with the white Vandyke beard was conducting 60 local musicians he'd charmed into playing for less than $5 a concert. What a difference three quarters of a century makes! As the orchestra prepares to open its 75th anniversary season in September, music director Mario Venzago will call to order about 85 players from around the world. Musicians play at the Hilbert Circle Theatre, an old movie house the orchestra owns outright. Susan Prenatt, the ISO's vice president and chief financial officer, said the show will go on with help from the $24 million budget projected for 2004-05. Many ISO musicians earn more than $70,000 a year. And the ISO receives a broad base of support from subscribers, corporations, foundations, the Symphony Women's Committee and a $106 million endowment.

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