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Violin heroes : top violinists of today look back on the players who have influenced them, Ariane Todes, editor

Label
Violin heroes : top violinists of today look back on the players who have influenced them
Title
Violin heroes
Title remainder
top violinists of today look back on the players who have influenced them
Statement of responsibility
Ariane Todes, editor
Title variation
  • Strad special edition
  • Top violinists of today look back on the players who have influenced them
Contributor
Subject
Genre
Language
eng
Summary
A collection of articles from previous issues of The Strad, featuring interviews with and comments by famous violinists
Biography type
collective biography
Cataloging source
NMI
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • photographs
Index
no index present
LC call number
ML398
LC item number
.V5654 2009
Literary form
non fiction
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
  • 1967-
  • 1858-1931
  • 1881-1955
  • 1892-1973
  • 1963-
  • 1916-1999
  • 1945-
  • 1901-1987
  • 1918-2012
  • 1875-1962
  • 1920-2001
  • 1975-
  • 1948-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Todes, Ariane
  • Bell, Joshua
  • Gingold, Josef
  • Ysaÿe, Eugène
  • Haendel, Ida
  • Enesco, Georges
  • Kavakos, Leonidas
  • Szigeti, Joseph
  • Mutter, Anne-Sophie
  • Stucki, Aida
  • Menuhin, Yehudi
  • Perlman, Itzhak
  • Heifetz, Jascha
  • Repin, Vadim
  • Ricci, Ruggiero
  • Kreisler, Fritz
  • Vengerov, Maksim
  • Stern, Isaac
  • Znaider, Nikolaj
  • Zukerman, Pinchas
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • Violinists
  • Violinists
Label
Violin heroes : top violinists of today look back on the players who have influenced them, Ariane Todes, editor
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Cover title
  • Articles and intreviews, written by various authors, previously published between 1896 and 2009
Contents
Joshua Bell on his former teacher, Josef Gingold, and Engène Ysaÿe -- Josef Gingold remembers his teacher, Engène Ysaÿe , in an interview from 1983 -- An early article on Ysaÿe from 1896 -- In 1916, Ysaÿe reveals the dramatic story of his perilous First World War flight from Belgium to England -- Ida Haendel remembers a childhood encounter with Enescu -- An obituary of George Enescu from 1955 looks back on his astonishing talents -- Leonidas Kavakos on why Szigeti was ahead of his time -- An article from 1907 celebrates the teenage Joseph Szigeti -- Anne-Sophie Mutter on the influence of Aida Stucki and Yehudi Menuhin -- How the young Yehudi Menuhin sold out London's Royal Albert Hall in 1929 -- Emerging from three years of silence in 1939, Menuhin embarks on a concert tour -- The older Menuhin ponders the details of violin technique in 1950 -- Itzhak Perlman on why Heifetz is the king of violinists -- The young Jascha Heifetz in 1923, shortly after his UK debut -- In a 1937 interview, Heifetz denies that he plans to give up the violin -- Vadim Repin remembers heroes including Ricci and Kreisler -- a 1932 article introduces the twelve-year-old virtuoso Ruggiero Ricci -- Ruggiero Ricci looks back on encounters with Heifetz and Kreisler -- A busy Fritz Kreisler gives a reluctant interview in 1902 -- A 1908 appraisal of Kreisler's talents -- In 1933, Kreisler reveals that he has given up practising -- Maxim Vengerov on a life-changing meeting with Isaac Stern -- Isaac Stern reflects in 1977 on his early influences and favourite instruments -- Nikolaj Znaider on Heifetz, Stern, Perlman and Zukerman
Dimensions
30 cm.
Edition
Special ed. of the Strad
Extent
64 p.
Other physical details
photos (col. & b&w)
System control number
  • 3491696-01okla_normanlaw
  • (SIRSI)3491696
  • (Sirsi) o435681148
  • (OCoLC)435681148
Label
Violin heroes : top violinists of today look back on the players who have influenced them, Ariane Todes, editor
Publication
Note
  • Cover title
  • Articles and intreviews, written by various authors, previously published between 1896 and 2009
Contents
Joshua Bell on his former teacher, Josef Gingold, and Engène Ysaÿe -- Josef Gingold remembers his teacher, Engène Ysaÿe , in an interview from 1983 -- An early article on Ysaÿe from 1896 -- In 1916, Ysaÿe reveals the dramatic story of his perilous First World War flight from Belgium to England -- Ida Haendel remembers a childhood encounter with Enescu -- An obituary of George Enescu from 1955 looks back on his astonishing talents -- Leonidas Kavakos on why Szigeti was ahead of his time -- An article from 1907 celebrates the teenage Joseph Szigeti -- Anne-Sophie Mutter on the influence of Aida Stucki and Yehudi Menuhin -- How the young Yehudi Menuhin sold out London's Royal Albert Hall in 1929 -- Emerging from three years of silence in 1939, Menuhin embarks on a concert tour -- The older Menuhin ponders the details of violin technique in 1950 -- Itzhak Perlman on why Heifetz is the king of violinists -- The young Jascha Heifetz in 1923, shortly after his UK debut -- In a 1937 interview, Heifetz denies that he plans to give up the violin -- Vadim Repin remembers heroes including Ricci and Kreisler -- a 1932 article introduces the twelve-year-old virtuoso Ruggiero Ricci -- Ruggiero Ricci looks back on encounters with Heifetz and Kreisler -- A busy Fritz Kreisler gives a reluctant interview in 1902 -- A 1908 appraisal of Kreisler's talents -- In 1933, Kreisler reveals that he has given up practising -- Maxim Vengerov on a life-changing meeting with Isaac Stern -- Isaac Stern reflects in 1977 on his early influences and favourite instruments -- Nikolaj Znaider on Heifetz, Stern, Perlman and Zukerman
Dimensions
30 cm.
Edition
Special ed. of the Strad
Extent
64 p.
Other physical details
photos (col. & b&w)
System control number
  • 3491696-01okla_normanlaw
  • (SIRSI)3491696
  • (Sirsi) o435681148
  • (OCoLC)435681148

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