Joseph Joachim

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Hungarian violinist and composer (1831-1907)


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A los veinte anos de edad su destino profesional y animico se transformo; durante una gira de conciertos con el violinista Eduard Remenyi, conocio a Joseph Joachim, quien lo presento con Robert Schumann (1810-1856), uno de los compositores egregios del romanticismo; de inmediato le dio una gran bienvenida en un articulo llamado "Nuevos rumbos"--de la revista Nueva Revista Musical--, lo reconocio como el elegido, "llamado a hacer manifiesta, de modo ideal, la mas alta expresion del tiempo".
A Sinfonia concert in Hall Two on September 29 features their chamber music and particularly the Frei Aber Einsam sonata, a work in three movements dedicated to the violinist Joseph Joachim.
The Eighth Joseph Joachim International Violin Competition will take place in Hannover, Germany, September 30-October 13, 2012.
It was only through innumerable consultations with the eminent violinist, Joseph Joachim (the concerto's dedicatee) that Brahms was able to conjure all the idiomatic technical demands the work imposes upon its soloist.
Freundes- und Kunstler--briefwechsel, darunter mit so bedeutenden Adres saten wie Mendelssohn, Brahms und Joseph Joachim.
The singer Maria Malibran (1808-1836), the actor Sir Henry Irving (1838- 1905), and the violinist Joseph Joachim (1831-1907) were all legends within their respective arts, but only scholars know their names today.
This had been arranged through Halir's teacher, the great violinist Joseph Joachim.
Gutierrez has titled his concert Full Circle, as it presages his coming participation in the very tough Joseph Joachim International Violin (JJIV) Competition in Hannover, Germany late this September up to Oct.
The concert was attended by Joseph Joachim and Pablo de Sarasate.