DVD Violinists - Ferras / Szeryng / Grumiaux rapid progress in his studies, playing Mendelssohn s concerto for bronislaw Hubermanwhen he Artur Rubinstein who played a major role in the violinist s career http://classicalcdreview.com/EMIDVD4.html
Extractions: MENDELSSOHN: Violin concerto in E minor, Op. 64 (French National Radio Orch/Manuel Rosenthal, cond.). BEETHOVEN: Violin Concerto in D, Op. 61 (French National Radio Orch/Antal Dorati, cond.) PAGANINI: Caprice in E flat, Op. 1 No. 14. BACH: Partita No. 2 in D minor (Sarabande). BLOCH: Baal Shem : II Nigun Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso, Op. 28. (Ivry Gitlis, violinist; Georges Pudermacher, pianist)
Boy Musical Prodigies: Grisha Goluboff Gold. bronislaw huberman (18821947). Another very famous violinistwho helped teach Grisha was bronislaw huberman. Grisha studied http://histclo.hispeed.com/act/music/pro/ind/g/pro-golim.html
Extractions: Figure 1.Grisha is seen here in 1934 on the "SS Breman" returning to New York from Europe. He wears a jacket over his sailor suit. It looks rather windy on the ship and next to him is Mischa Elman . Elman in his time was also a noted child prodigy. Image courtesy of Gladys Chase. Grisha's career brought him in contact with the luminaries of the music world. Almost amazing as Grisha's music is the number of people whose lives have crossed his. He met and worked with many prominent musicians of the 20th century. But his life story is not only linked with the great figures of the music world, including conductors, fellow violinists, and others. Some took an interest in teaching Grisha and some performed with him. Others he simply shared the stage with at important concerts. There were memorable events both on and behind the stage with these many individuals. A Noted violin virtuoso of the 1920s and 30s was Misha Elman. A child prodigy of some note himself, he took a special interest in Grisha. Beside his own masterful playing, Elman had a significant influence on modern violin instruction as well that he never imagined while still alive. In Japan, Shinichi Suzuki listening to an Elman record was inspired to learn the instrument. He reportedly spent months studying Elman's recordings, attempting to imitate the sounds he heard. Suzuki of course went one to found a method of teaching children how to play the violin.
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Extractions: To celebrate the auspicious occasion of the Sixth Cycle Birthday of H.M. the Queen and in celebration of the Thai Toshiba Group of Companies' 35 th anniversary of operations in Thailand , Thai Toshiba Group of Companies , Thai-Japanese Association in co operation with The Embassy of Japan , The Japan Foundation and the Bangkok Symphony Orchestra Foundation have arranged a charity concert to be performed by the world famous violinist Midori , a true child genius, now entering her third decade as a world class professional violinist that has perform with many of the world leading orchestra. During
Extractions: String quartet, founded 1919 in Paris by Joseph Calvet (1897 - 1984), Georges Mignot (replaced in 1929 by Daniel Guilevitch), Leon Pascal and Paul Mas. It gave its first Beethoven cycle in 1928, and in the 1930s achieved a worldwide reputation for its performances of both the Classical repertoire, and also of contemporary French quartets. Disbanded when France was invaded in 1940. Daniel Guilevitch emigrated to the USA, where he took the name Daniel Guilet, founded his own quartet, and then in 1955 the Beaux Arts Trio. In 1941 Leon Pascal also founded his own quartet, which after the war was closely associated with French Radio. In 1945 Calvet formed another quartet bearing his name, with the violinist Jean Andre Champeil, violist Maurice Husson and cellist Manuel Recassens: this ensemble lasted for 5 years and gave several world premieres by contemporary French composers. Calvet was also a fine teacher: his pupils included members of the Parrenin Quartet.
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