Jewish violinists: Isaac Stern, Yehudi Menuhin, David Oistrakh, Itzhak Perlman, Nathan Milstein, Joseph Szigeti, Joseph Joachim, Jascha Heifetz

 
9781155745299: Jewish violinists: Isaac Stern, Yehudi Menuhin, David Oistrakh, Itzhak Perlman, Nathan Milstein, Joseph Szigeti, Joseph Joachim, Jascha Heifetz
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 52. Chapters: Isaac Stern, Yehudi Menuhin, David Oistrakh, Itzhak Perlman, Nathan Milstein, Joseph Szigeti, Joseph Joachim, Jascha Heifetz, Leopold Auer, Joshua Bell, Mischa Elman, Henryk Wieniawski, Hugo Riesenfeld, Paul Godwin, Leonid Kogan, Heinrich Wilhelm Ernst, Shlomo Mintz, Gil Shaham, Bronis?aw Huberman, Hagai Shaham, Tossy Spivakovsky, Alma Rosé, Pinchas Zukerman, Joseph Achron, Alexander Schneider, Josef Gingold, Maxim Vengerov, Henryk Szeryng, Ida Haendel, Ljerko Spiller, Szymon Goldberg, David Beigelman, Michael Rabin, Ilona Fehér, Ede Reményi, Ivry Gitlis, Shony Alex Braun, Miklós Lorsi, Igor Oistrakh, Isidor Lateiner, Ludwik Holcman. Excerpt: Joseph Szigeti (Hungarian: , Hungarian pronunciation: ) (September 5, 1892 - February 19, 1973) was a Hungarian violinist. Born into a musical family, he spent his early childhood in a small town in Transylvania. He quickly proved himself to be a child prodigy on the violin, and moved to Budapest with his father to study with the renowned pedagogue Jen? Hubay. After completing his studies with Hubay in his early teens, Szigeti began his international concert career. His performances at that time were primarily limited to salon-style recitals and the more overtly virtuosic repertoire; however, after making the acquaintance of pianist Ferruccio Busoni, he began to develop a much more thoughtful and intellectual approach to music that eventually earned him the nickname "The Scholarly Virtuoso". Following a bout of tuberculosis which required a stay in a sanatorium in Switzerland, Szigeti settled in Geneva, where he became Professor of Violin at the local conservatory in 1917. It was in Geneva that he met his future wife, Wanda Ostrowska, and at roughly the same time he became friends with the composer Béla Bartók. Both relationships were to be lifelong. From the 1920s until 1960, ...

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Descripción Reference Series Books LLC Jan 2012, 2012. Taschenbuch. Estado de conservación: Neu. 253x192x8 mm. This item is printed on demand - Print on Demand Neuware - Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 52. Chapters: Isaac Stern, Yehudi Menuhin, David Oistrakh, Itzhak Perlman, Nathan Milstein, Joseph Szigeti, Joseph Joachim, Jascha Heifetz, Leopold Auer, Joshua Bell, Mischa Elman, Henryk Wieniawski, Hugo Riesenfeld, Paul Godwin, Leonid Kogan, Heinrich Wilhelm Ernst, Shlomo Mintz, Gil Shaham, Bronislaw Huberman, Hagai Shaham, Tossy Spivakovsky, Alma Rosé, Pinchas Zukerman, Joseph Achron, Alexander Schneider, Josef Gingold, Maxim Vengerov, Henryk Szeryng, Ida Haendel, Ljerko Spiller, Szymon Goldberg, David Beigelman, Michael Rabin, Ilona Fehér, Ede Reményi, Ivry Gitlis, Shony Alex Braun, Miklós Lorsi, Igor Oistrakh, Isidor Lateiner, Ludwik Holcman. Excerpt: Joseph Szigeti (Hungarian: , Hungarian pronunciation: ) (September 5, 1892 February 19, 1973) was a Hungarian violinist. Born into a musical family, he spent his early childhood in a small town in Transylvania. He quickly proved himself to be a child prodigy on the violin, and moved to Budapest with his father to study with the renowned pedagogue Jeno Hubay. After completing his studies with Hubay in his early teens, Szigeti began his international concert career. His performances at that time were primarily limited to salon-style recitals and the more overtly virtuosic repertoire; however, after making the acquaintance of pianist Ferruccio Busoni, he began to develop a much more thoughtful and intellectual approach to music that eventually earned him the nickname 'The Scholarly Virtuoso'. Following a bout of tuberculosis which required a stay in a sanatorium in Switzerland, Szigeti settled in Geneva, where he became Professor of Violin at the local conservatory in 1917. It was in Geneva that he met his future wife, Wanda Ostrowska, and at roughly the same time he became friends with the composer Béla Bartók. Both relationships were to be lifelong. From the 1920s until 1960, Szigeti performed regularly around the world and recorded extensively. He also distinguished himself as a strong advocate of new music, and was the dedicatee of many new works by contemporary composers. Among the more notable pieces written for him are Ernest Bloch's Violin Concerto, Bartók's Rhapsody No. 1, and Eugène Ysaÿe's Solo Sonata No. 1. After retiring from the concert stage in 1960, he worked at teaching and writing until his death in 1973, at the age of 80. Scene from Máramaros county, near Szigeti's childhood homeSzigeti was born Joseph 'Jóska' Singer to a Jewish family in Budapest, Austria-Hungary. His mother died when he was three years old, and soon thereafter the boy was sent to live with his grandparents in the little Carpathian town of Máramaros-Sziget (hence the name Szigeti) 52 pp. Englisch. Nº de ref. de la librería 9781155745299

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