Fritz Kreisler

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


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Not even the simple Humoresque, as the project's appendix, with Ayami lkeba on the piano (of course, as arranged by Fritz Kreisler, who has the closest affinity to the violin), is run-of-the-mill (enchanting glissandos, variable vibrato, pauses, the fabulous G string).
Willard and her sister, Ann Lizette Weiss, now of California, had front row seats for such musical luminaries as basso opera star Jerome Hines, violinist Fritz Kreisler and Philadelphia Orchestra conductor Eugene Ormandy.
Waltzes: The Joy of Love, Pangs of Love, Beautiful Rosemary, Fritz Kreisler 4.
Unadulterated schmaltz is to be found on another Naxos CD of String Quartets by Efrem Zimbalist and Fritz Kreisler.
Drawing on the programs and press accounts of White House musical events (in the William Howard Taft Papers at the Library of Congress), Gould stresses the caliber and talent of invited performers during the Taft years, including violinist Fritz Kreisler and pianist Fannie Bloomfield-Zeisler.
Percussionist and marimba player Greg Giannascoli plays works by Leonard Bernstein, Fritz Kreisler and George Gershwin at 7:30 p.
Tokyo, Sept 14, 2010 - (JCN Newswire) - Toyota Motor Corporation (TMC) announces that it will be the Premium Sponsor of the VII International Fritz Kreisler Violin Competition to be held in Vienna, Austria from September 13 to 21, 2010.
Elaine, studying popular music and recording at Salford University, will be performing the Toy Soldier's March by Fritz Kreisler, Czardas by Vittorio Monti and her classical version of Michael Jackson's Smooth Criminal.
Bach, Gluck, Chopin, Rachmaninoff, Wagner, Liszt, Fritz Kreisler and Wilhelm Kempff.
The Godowsky Kreisler Collection: The Complete Works for Violin and Piano, by Leopold Godowsky and Fritz Kreisler.
La exposicion mostraba partituras y programas, y los visitantes podian, ademas, escuchar grabaciones de obras de Mendelssohn, Mahler, Schonberg, Krenek, Hindemith y otros "degenerados" en interpretaciones de los igualmente "degenerados" Bruno Walter, Otto Klemperer, Emanuel Feuermann y 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.
Nos obsequio Sahuma, para adicional lucimiento tecnico y emotivo, un Capricho de Fritz Kreisler.
He, who can scarcely hear even shouting, can tell stories of having heard young Jascha Heifetz and Fritz Kreisler in the 1920s and 1930s, reminding a willing listener what musicality is really about.