Albert Spalding Biography of violinist, albert spalding albert spalding Biography. Sponsored by NVI Classical Records albert spalding was not only the foremost American violinist of this century, but in all http://www.4music.net/spalding.html
Extractions: NVI Classical Records From the liner notes of Albert Spalding Plays Beethoven "Kreutzer" Sonata and Bach Chaconne, Allegro 1675 Albert Spalding was not only the foremost American Violinist of this century, but in all probability the greatest instrumentalist this country has ever produced. In addition to the fame he established in the world's finest musical centers, he was also a pioneer in bringing the finest classical music of Bach, Beethoven, and Mozart to all States of the Union. In the summer months, when the Spalding family returned to America, Albert's studies continued with Juan Buitrago, an old Spaniard. In Paris, he had two years of supplemental study with Lefort of the French National Conservatory. At 16, with Lefort conducting, he made his concert debut playing the Saint-Saens Concerto in B minor, Beethoven's Romance in F and the famous and difficult Bach Chaconne. Immediately thereafter, he appeared in support of the celebrated soprano, Adelina Patti. "Young man," the aging singer exclaimed, "you'll do." A tour of the French provinces followed. At this period the veteran composer, Saint-Saens was so impressed with Spalding's artistry that he appeared with the boy in a joint recital in Florence. England was next on list and through Saint-Saens' recommendation, Spalding was engaged by Hans Richter, eminent conductor and friend of Wagner, for appearances with the London Symphony Orchestra. Spalding this visited Joseph Joachim, the foremost violinist of the 19th century after Paganini. The veteran, already past the three-quarter century mark, refused to accept the young man as a pupil. He told him that his course was already charted and that he should proceed as he had begun.
Albert Spalding Proceeds from the recordings benefit the albert spalding Fellowship, Fund established at Boston University in 1955 by a group of the violinists admirers and http://www.netway.com/~martis/Albert_Spalding.htm
Extractions: Albert Spalding Back Order Form Volume 1 Volume 2 ... Albert Spalding Albert Spalding was one of the most prolific musicians of his time. Not only was he a superb violinist ranking with those of the greatest renown, he was also accomplished in other fields. As a composer, he was the third most productive violinist of his contemporaries. As an author, he published several books. As a patriot, his dedication to his country brought him to active duty in both World Wars. His service in WW II may have contributed to his early demise, making him a war hero who virtually gave his life for his country. I am pleased that A Classical Record is taking pains to bring the memory of Albert Spalding back into focus. -Albert Spalding Benoist, Monmouth Beach, NJ April 3, 1997 Albert Spalding was born in Chicago, August 15, 1888. His father was James Walter Spalding, the younger brother of Albert Goodwill Spalding. His mother was Marie Boardman an outstanding contralto, a gifted pianist and harpist. So, it was no surprise that the youthful Albert developed a musical fascination at a very early age. It was "A.G." who was immortalized in the Cooperstown, NY museum for his contribution to baseball and who founded the famous A. G. Spalding & Brothers sporting goods firm with his brother and brother-in-law. In 1895, the J. W. Spalding family began spending their winters in Florence, Italy. It was there on Christmas day, at the age of seven years, that Albert received his first "
Musicians Collection, Folder List S-Z fc 4 Sada, violinist fc 4 Safonoff, Maria, pianist fc 4 SaintSaëns, Camille 4 South, Eddie, violinist fc 4 spalding, albert, violinist. 11 photos, 1941 Location http://www.hrc.utexas.edu/research/fa/musicians.folder.s-z.html
Albert Spalding, Violinist - Anagrams albert spalding, violinist anagrams. Rearranging the letters of albert spalding, violinist (Popular American soloist (18881953)) gives http://www.anagramgenius.com/archive/albert11.html
Untitled Photographs comprise about 95% of the collection. encodinganalog="600" source="lcnaf" spalding, albert, 18881953 /persname persname encodinganalog unittitle physdesc with albert spalding, violinist, in Brahms, Handel, etc http://www.lib.utexas.edu/taro/uthrc/00096.xml
Extractions: urn:taro:utexas.hrc.00096 The Musicians Collection Helen Baer and Toni Alfau University of Texas at Austin Text converted and initial EAD tagging provided by Apex Data Services, September 2000. Finding aid written in English Tue Jul 22 15:08:44 CDT 2003 urn:taro:utexas.hrc.00096 converted from EAD 1.0 to 2002 by v1to02.xsl (20030505). Descriptive Summary Musicians Collection (bulk 1900-1940) Ca. 4,900 items in 4 standard size file drawers, 1 oversize file drawer (11.5 linear feet), 2 flat file drawers Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center, University of Texas at Austin The Musicians Collection consists of materials that are primarily visual in nature and portray approximately 1700 musicians and musical groups. English. Scope and Contents The manuscript and printed music includes works by several American musicians, including autograph lyrics and music for twenty-eight of Paul Anka's songs, probably from the early 1960s. Author Annelu Burns is represented by correspondence and manuscript music which chronicle the business arrangements she made in 1919 to write the title song for the silent motion picture âThe Amazing Lovers.â The song, written with composer Madelyn Sheppard, was dropped by the producer when the movie title changed. Typed lyrics by author and composer Harry C. Benline are present, accompanied by a program from Tony Pastor's Theatre in which Benline and his partner Hetz appeared. Published music includes arrangements and piano and vocal scores for compositions by Victor Herbert and Pietro Mascagni.
Alfredo Campoli, Violinist - Anagrams Avoid cello flirts. (by V.Rabin) (2002). See also albert spalding, violinist violinist Nigel Kennedy Jascha Heifetz, violinist. Pablo de Sarasate, violinist. http://www.anagramgenius.com/archive/alfred5.html
Featured Recording Of The Month This month s featured cylinders are recordings of violinist albert spalding, one of the greatest violinists of the 20th century. http://ccrma.stanford.edu/groups/edison/exhibit/exhibit-1.html
MUSISCOPE - Instrumentistes - Violon official website. spalding, albert biography for this virtuoso violinist, spy, and heir to the spalding sports fortune. St. John http://www.musiscope.com/violon.htm
Extractions: Accueil Instrumentistes Sites en Français Web sites in English Bell, Joshua - provides biography, discography, and tour schedule for the American violinist and composer. Cerovsek, Corey - up and coming violinist. Chang, Sarah Eisenberg, Irwin - 2nd violin with Philadelphia String Quartet, Pacific Northwest Ballet, and Seattle Symphony. Enescu, George - offers a brief biography, sketch, and recomended recording. Enescu, George [stefan] - provides a photo and biography for the composer and violinist. Fischer, Julia - violinist. Golan, Lawrence - provides information on the American conductor and violinist. Heifetz, Jascha (1899-1987) - offers biography and photo of the violinist. Keylin, Misha
ASTON MAGNA albert spalding ( 18881953) was a professional musician of some stature-and he was no slouch as a La Guardia and even a student violinist, albert Einstein the physicist. http://www.astonmagna.com/pages/2
Phi Mu Alpha - Alpha Iota - Famous Sinfonians Sousa, John Philip, Composer and Band Director. Sowerby, Leo, Composer. spalding, albert, violinist. Steinberg, William, Conductor. Steinway, Henry E. Philanthropist. http://www.lonestar.texas.net/~hfrausto/PMA/famous.htm
Extractions: The brothers listed below have distinguished themselves as musicians, educators, and/or supporters of music. Each one has pledged himself to upholding the highest standards of creativity, performance, education and research in music in America. They have touched countless lives in their efforts to instill in all people an awareness of music's important role in the enrichment of the human spirit. They are true Sinfonians. Adderly, Julian "Cannonball" Jazz Saxophonist and Band Leader Adler, Samuel Composer and Conductor Amato, Pasquale Baritone Anderson, Leroy Composer Andre, Maurice Trumpet Barber, Samuel Composer Basie, William (Count) Jazz Pianist and Band Leader Bauer, Harold E. Pianist Bennett, Robert Russell Composer Biggs, E. Power Organist Bispham, David Bass-Baritone Brown, Les Band Leader Cadman, Charles Wakefield Composer Cage, John Composer Campanini, Cleofonte Conductor Carnegie, Andrew Philanthropist Carpenter, John Alden Industrialist and Composer Caruso, Enrico Tenor Conley, Eugene Tenor Converse, Fredrick S. Composer Cortelyou, George B.
Pablo De Sarasate, Violinist. - Anagrams See also Alfredo Campoli, violinist. Pablo Casals, cellist. violinist Nigel Yehudi Menuhin, violinist. Michael Rabin, violinist. albert spalding, violinist. Zino Francescatti, violinist http://www.anagramgenius.com/archive/pablod.html
Extractions: Rearranging the letters of Pablo de Sarasate, violinist. (Spanish virtuoso and composer (1844-1908)) gives: Pianist revises a ballad too. (by V.Rabin) Spaniard alleviates oboist. (by V.Rabin) Viola is to blast pained ears? (by Mike Mesterton-Gibbons by hand) A live artist as in `Paso Doble'. (by V.Rabin by hand) (Click Here!) Download FREE anagram-generating software for your Windows computer Webmasters: make money from your website! Instructions for linking to this page! Learn about the Anagram Genius software (Windows/MacOS) Search the Archive Add YOUR anagrams to the Archive! League table of top contributors Find anagram aliases of pablo de sarasate, violinist. (or any other text)! Find gold service anagrams of pablo de sarasate, violinist. (or any other text)! Anagram Genius Archive Main Index Anagram Genius Archive Spain Index www.anagramgenius.com home page
Extractions: Violinist; born in Chicago. Trained in Europe and the U.S.A., he made his American debut in 1908 at Carnegie Hall, and for several decades thereafter he enjoyed an active international career and reputation, the first American violinist to do so. He taught at Juilliard (193344) and also composed for violin and piano.
Famous Sinfonians Conductor Smith, Gregg Conductor Sousa, John Philip - Composer and Band Director Sowerby, Leo - Composer spalding, albert - violinist Steinberg, William http://www.radford.edu/~sinfonia/famous_sinfonians.htm
Part X A Few Additional Items Sarasate, Pablo de. POSTCARD PHOTO. The violinist is shown holding his violin and bow. $30.00. spalding, albert. LARGE MAGAZINE PORTRAIT. November, 1932. http://www.montagnanabooks.com/PartX-AdditionalItems.html
Extractions: 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 Sinaiacomposing 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