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Extractions: Spalding, Albert (15 Aug. 1888-26 May 1953), concert violinist, was born in Chicago, Illinois, the son of J. W. Spalding, a merchant, and Marie Boardman Spalding, a gifted contralto and pianist who had performed with the Chicago Symphony under Theodore Thomas. In 1876 J. W. Spalding and his brother A. G. Spalding, the Hall of Fame pitcher, founded the A. G. Spalding and Brother sporting goods company. In his memoirs, Rise to Follow , Albert wrote that as a small boy he was fascinated by his family's Steinway piano in their New York apartment. The family wintered at their villa in Florence, Italy. On both continents they entertained the leading musicians of the day, so Albert was surrounded by music from his earliest days. For Christmas 1895 he asked for and received a violin from his parents. He immediately began violin lessons in Florence from a local violinist, Ulpiano Chiti. "He was a hunchback," Spalding wrote, "which, in superstitious Italy, is a good omen." Indeed, it was. Albert progressed rapidly. When the family returned to their summer home at the shore in Monmouth Beach, New Jersey, he continued lessons with Jean Buitrago. Concerto Gregoriano with Serge Koussevitzky and the Paris Symphony. In 1925 he gave the U.S. premiere.
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