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De Freitas Books - Vanity Fair Prints January 10, 1874. Royalty; Music; violinist. Near fine. Loose. $60. Franz JosephI, EmperorKing of Austria-Hungary, Austria . $90. Harcourt Gilby gold, Tarka . http://www.defreitasbooks.com/vanityfair/vanityDtoG.html
Stories, Listed By Author PATCH, PETER (chron.) * The gold Fish, (ss) 10 Story Argosy (UK) Oct 1952. * My FriendJoseph, (sl) Colliers The Strange Story of Michael Caviol, violinist, (sl http://users.ev1.net/~homeville/fictionmag/s775.htm
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Limmud - Presenters - T joseph Telushkin is a rabbi and the author of thirteen books, among them Jewish Aversatile musician, Haim has appeared as a violinist in recitals all round http://cgi.www.limmud.org/cgi-bin/2003/guide.py/pt.html
Extractions: An objective assessment by her husband: Jackie has never rested on her notoriety as Britains first woman rabbi. Instead, she fills her time as a congregational rabbi, chair of the World Congress of Faiths, vice-president of the Reform movement (RSGB) and matriarch of the Tabick clan. And can she cook! Sessions:
Joseph Marx (1882-1964) - Webseite Von Berkant Haydin Eine umfangreiche nichtkommerzielle Seite über joseph Marx (1882-1964), Josef Marx, Orchesterwerke, Interview, Piano, Klavier, Klaviermusik, Musik, Klavierkonzert, Angela Maria Blasi, Stella joseph Marx. ( 1882 der Musikgeschichte, daß joseph Marx, den Wilhelm Furtwängler österreichischen Komponisten joseph Marx (Josef Marx) und Erich Wolfgang Korngold (die übrigens http://www.joseph-marx.org/de/full.html
Extractions: von seiner gesamten Studentenschaft "wie ein Gott bewundert und verehrt wurde" Debussy und Skrjabin brillanter Pianist Anna Hansa meistgesungener Liederkomponist der Steiermark Alexius von Meinong Vittorio Benussi Anton Wildgans abzurunden. Rektor 1.255 Studenten aus aller Welt Frederick Delius Jurymitglied Doch wie ist Joseph Marx jenseits des Liedergenres als Komponist in Erscheinung getreten? Er schrieb einige beliebte Chorwerke (darunter "Herbstchor an Pan" und "Morgengesang" mit Orchester) und exquisite Soloklavier- und Kammermusik Orchestermusik , darunter das 1919 vollendete "Romantische Klavierkonzert", ferner sein Hauptwerk, die "Herbstsymphonie" (1920/21) "Epoche gemacht"
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Extractions: Kelly Hall-Tompkins has been graciously granted the rights to the premiere performance of Clarence Cameron White's Violin Concerto with recent orchestration by Joseph Gold. Ms. Hall-Tompkins is currently seeking conductors or orchestras who may be interested in engaging her to perform the work. Any interested parties are requested to contact her through this website. Thank you. Clarence Cameron White, 1880-1960, was one of the country's outstanding composers and violinists of the first half of the twentieth century, with performances to his credit at the principal concert halls in the United States and Europe. His concert tours as a violinist received critical acclaim, and he was rated highly among concertizing artists of his period. Mr. White studied at the Oberlin Conservatory and in Europe. In addition to activities as violinist and teacher in Boston (1912-23) and New York City, he was director of music at West Virginia State College (1924-30) and at Hampton Institute (1932-35). His compositions for the violin include Bandanna Sketches and arrangements of spirituals, and he also wrote an opera Ouanga (1932), based on Haitian history. Born in Clarksville, Tenn., Clarence Cameron White spent his childhood in Oberlin, Ohio, Chattanooga, Tenn., and Washington, D.C. He began studying the violin at the age of eight and wrote his first composition for violin and piano at age fourteen. After graduating from Howard University, White entered the Oberlin Conservatory in 1896 and graduated in 1901. He continued his studies and performed in Boston, New Haven, and New York where he drew the attention of Paul Laurence Dunbar, Harry T. Burleigh, and Booker T. Washington. In 1903 he was invited to join the Washington [D.C.] Conservatory, and he also later taught in public schools there. In the following year he met African-British composer Samuel Coleridge-Taylor with whom he studied in London in 1906 and again in 1908-11. After performing throughout Europe he established a studio in Boston where he conducted the Victoria Concert Orchestra from 1914 until 1924.