Fritz Kreisler

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United States violinist (born in Austria) (1875-1962)


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The violin was once owned by Fritz Kreisler (born: 1865, died: 1962) - one of the greatest violinists of all time.
The competition, named for world-renowned violinist and composer Fritz Kreisler, was founded in 1979 and is held every four years for highly talented violinists from around the world 30 years old or below.
Bach, Gluck, Chopin, Rachmaninoff, Wagner, Liszt, Fritz Kreisler and Wilhelm Kempff.
Between 1889 and 1939 Mr Corbett brought famous names such as Sergei Rachmaninoff, Johann Strauss and Fritz Kreisler to Middlesbrough among many others.
While many of the other great violin virtuosos of the first half of the twentieth century such as Heifetz, Elman, Joseph Szigeti, Nathan Milstein, and Fritz Kreisler bequeathed to the musical world a rich legacy of recordings of the major violin repertoire, the discography found in the present work contains no extant commercial recordings by Zimbalist of any of the standard concerto literature for the violin.
The Godowsky Kreisler Collection: The Complete Works for Violin and Piano, by Leopold Godowsky and Fritz Kreisler.
Esteemed conductor and violinist Lorin Maazel tells us in the booklet note that his father was an ardent admirer of the early-20th-century violin-tenor duets of Fritz Kreisler and John McCormack, and that he collected many of their popular recordings.
And instead of his usual choices of clever lyrics and melodic phrases from Cole Porter and the Gershwins, Beethoven and Fritz Kreisler, there was the thump of percussive sounds credited to "Various.
Rachmaninoff's re-performance captures the nuances of his 1928 RCA recording, originally with violinist Fritz Kreisler, but now with Joshua Bell in duet on his Stradivarius.
A CONCERT will be held at St Christopher's Cathedral on Thursday at 6pm featuring music by Beethoven, Handel and the 20th Century composer Fritz Kreisler, played by a Bahrain-based international trio.
The opening was more traditional with Mozart's Sonata in E min and Brahms Sonata No 1 followed after the break with shorter pieces from Elgar, Fritz Kreisler, Massenet and, a bit of a party piece, Monty's Czardash.
But in this fascinating book Menuhin interweaves the history of the violin with personal memories of composers and other luminaries in whose company he moved during his formative years - people such as Stravinsky, Bela Bartok, Fritz Kreisler, Sir Edward Elgar and Benjamin Britten, to name a few.
Yes, orchestral versions of encores violinist Fritz Kreisler spun out to placate his adoring audiences.
Ysae dedicated each of the sonatas to younger contemporaries, including Szigeti, Jacques Thibaud, George Enescu and Fritz Kreisler, taking into account their specific playing styles.
Fritz Kreisler, for example, was a renowned violinist who was famous for his disregard for physical practice.