Extractions: Google News about your search term A violinist is an instrumentalist who plays the violin . The terms fiddler or fiddle player are also used. In classical music the "fiddle" terms are usually somewhat informal or jokey: they are more standard expressions in folk music. In between there are nuances of meaning and usage which are difficult to formalize. Composer-violinists were common in the Baroque era - all played the violin excellently. In the early 19th century, Niccol³ Paganini did much to expand the instrument's technique. Other notable 19th century violinists include Joseph Joachim (who was friends with Johannes Brahms Leopold Auer (who taught many famous violinists of following generations), Pablo de Sarasate Henri Vieuxtemps and Eugene Ysaye.
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Extractions: Sorry, your browser doesn't support Java(tm). The Communiy Concerts is a service that brings great concerts to you where ever you may be. Great music is universally recognized as a necessary factor in the artistic growth of a community. Every comunity has a large group of citizens who value good taste in musical entertainment enough to contribute some of their time and effort to make concerts self supporting. Community Concerts is service for these people. This symbol means a fact not related to the Community Concert series. MISCHA ELMAN ZINO FRANCESSCATTI - He opens new realms of sound New York Times CARROLL GLENN - Not since the great days of Maude Powell has an American dominated the distaff side of the violin field. The soaring musicianship of the brilliantly endowed Carroll Glenn has made her an artistic success; her warm and generous personality has made her a platform favorite. Miss Glenn has had corresponding successes in Europe where she established herself on three successive tours in recent years. SZYMON GOLDBERG - Violinist of world renown, Szymon Goldberg, is now making his permanent home in America. A super recitalist, orchestral soloist and program maker, Goldberg has already received a warm welcome to America's music life. To his uncommonly interesting programs, Goldberg brings a profound understanding of the classics and a sympathetic interest in the moderns. Decca and Parlophone Recordings.
Leopold Godowsky - Humor violinist mischa elman called round after an exceptionally successful tourand asked Godowsky excitedly to guess how much money he had made. http://www.godowsky.com/Biography/humor.html
Extractions: Wit and Wisdom selected by Jeremy Nicholas Many so-called humorous remarks by celebrated musicians fail to raise even a watery smile. Godowsky was well known for his waspish sense of humour and many of his witticisms and sagacious remarks have passed into musical folklore. Surprisingly, perhaps, the majority have stood the test of time and remain genuinely amusing. Among these is one of the most famous of all music-related anecdotes. You can find the full account of this story as the final item in this brief collection. Here for your enjoyment, in no particular order, are some of Godowsky's bon mots Oscar Levant, the pianist, composer, wit, actor and raconteur recalled in his autobiographical volume Memoirs of an Amnesiac the occasion when a film director asked him to include in a speech a quip made by Godowsky: "I don't like to go to concerts because if they're good, I'm jealous; if they're bad, I'm bored." (Levant actually refused to say the words unless he could attribute them to their author.) Godowsky moved with his family from Vienna to New York in 1914. Their first home was the Plaza Hotel. Bechstein provided Godowsky with two grands, replaced free of charge every year, and of course these had to be accommodated in his apartment. As the moving men panted and strained to move the two latest instruments, one of them paused in his efforts, mopped his brow and told their owner exactly what he thought of having to lug heavy concert grands about. "What are you complaining about?" laughed Godowsky. "You only have to move pianos. I have to move audiences."
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Extractions: Shinichi Suzuki was born on October 17, 1898, in Nagoya, Japan. He was one of twelve children and his father owned a violin factory. Shinichi and his brothers and sisters played near the factory and saw instruments being made, but the children never realized what beautiful sounds could come from a violin. When he was seventeen, Shinichi heard a recording of Schubert's Ave Maria , played by a famous violinist named Mischa Elman. He was amazed that a violin could make such a beautiful tonehe had thought it was just a toy! After this, Shinichi brought a violin home from the factory and taught himself to play. He would listen to a recording and try to imitate what he heard. A few years later he took violin lessons from a teacher in Tokyo. Then, when he was 22 years old, he went to Germany and studied with a famous teacher named Karl Klingler. Shinichi also met his wife Waltraud in Germany. They married and moved back to Japan, where he began to teach violin and play string quartet concerts with his brothers. Shinichi had always loved children and became very interested in teaching them. He thought that children could learn music just as they learned to speakstarting when they were very young and hearing music all around them. He believed that all children have the talent to learn if they are taught well by loving parents and teachers. These were very unusual ideas at that time. If children did play an instrument, they started learning when they were ten or eleven. Also, most people thought that musical talent was a special thing that only a few people had.
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Extractions: The plan was to pay tribute to a minor but beloved genre of the past: celebrity vocal selections accompanied by celebrity instrumental obbligatos. Early in the last century, tenor Enrico Caruso made several best-selling 78s with the violinist Mischa Elman; the Irish tenor John McCormack recorded even more duets with the great violinist Fritz Kreisler. Lorin Maazel, music director of the New York Philharmonic, grew up with his father's McCormack/Kreisler records and jumped at the chance to create a modern equivalent with Bocelli. The repertoire that the tenor and conductor chose is mostly Italian songs from a century ago, slightly different from the pieces that Caruso and McCormack recorded with violin (and some of which, like ''Ave Maria,'' Bocelli has committed to disc already). The only piece that McCormack actually recorded with Kreisler that appears on the new record is the ''Barcarolle '' from Offenbach 's ''The Tales of Hoffmann.'' Maazel presents this material in his own ingeniously elaborate orchestrations, rather than in the traditional tenor-violin-piano combination. Few arrangers know the orchestra as intimately as Maazel does. His ingenuity does sometimes draw attention to itself and away from the music; listening to his transcription of the rippling piano cadenza in Liszt's ''Liebestraum,'' for example, we wonder how he did it instead of listening to what it's for. Maazel also takes the violin parts himself; he's a respectable player, but hardly in the class of his predecessors, and his Stradivarius is sometimes unbeguilingly recorded to sound like an electric Hawaiian guitar.
Extractions: by Ng Yeuk Fan Several years ago, I was at my usual haunt - a CD shop specialising in classical and audiophile stuff, when the sales assistant-friend I had become so familiar with handed me a disc and asked me for my opinion about it. I looked at the brown ugly covers with much skepticism. It was a recording of Tchaikovsky's Violin Concerto played by Leonid Kogan on the Arlechinno label. I had already heard countless numbers of this concerto and was in possession of several rather good recordings. [I flipped on the S$300 headphones... an additional service provided by the now defunct HI-FI Corner, famed for their service and no-limit listen-before-you-buy policy at no additional costs - and about the S$300 headphones, they provided at least 12 for their listening stations in a shop the size of my bed room!!! Major shops should follow suite if they care to earn the business of audiophiles and ...] ....to my amazement - "? gasp ] - who on earth is this Leonid Kogan?" Leonid Borisovitch Kogan (1924-1982) was born in Dnepropetrosk, a small Russian town. At age ten, having learnt the basics of violin from his photographer-father who was also an amateur violonist, the family moved to Moscow so that young Kogan could receive tutoring from the famed Leopold Auer.
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Extractions: As a teacher , Auer possessed a rare ability to inspire his students . Many of them claimed that under the Professor's mesmerizing gaze they played much better than outside the classroom . However , it is necessary to realize that Elman's unique tone and style were well-developed at the time of their first encounter , and Auer's own perception of violin playing was greatly influenced by the young Mischa . Already in 1903 Elman played several concerts in the homes of wealthy patrons of arts and and one of them , The Grand Duke of Meklenburg - Sterlitz presented Mischa with his first Italian violin - an Amati . Finally , in 1904 Auer and Saul decided that the time came for Mischa's Berlin debut . This decision was undoubtedly fascilitated by the appearance of Franz von Vecsey , the Hungarian-born wunderkind , a student of Hubay and Joachim's protege . Elman's Berlin concert on 14 October 1904 created a sensation . Joseph Joachim , for whom he played privately on the day before his debut, could only say : "I am speechless". Within a few months , Europe was conquered .British press dubbed Elman " the greatest violinist in the world ". In 1905 Mischa Elman performed in Buckingham Palace for King Edward VII and King Alfonso of Spain , sharing the program with Nellie Melba and Enrico Caruso . Finally , on December 10th ,1908, Mischa Elman made his historic Carnegie Hall debut , playing the Tchaikovsky Concerto with the Russian Symphony Society of New York , conducted by Modest Altschuler . One might be able to appreciate the magical effect of Elman's playing on the American public by reading the poem
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