Fritz Kreisler


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Noun1.Fritz Kreisler - United States violinist (born in Austria) (1875-1962)
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1910: Edward Elgar conducted the first performance of his violin concerto, played by Fritz Kreisler, in the Queen's Hall, London.
stone L Liv 19 pp" 1910: Edward Elgar conducted the first performance of his violin concerto, played by Fritz Kreisler, in the Queen's Hall, London.
1910: Edward Elgar, below, conducted the first performance of his violin concerto, played by Fritz Kreisler, in the Queen's Hall, London.
Asi, con las diferencias y caracteristicas de cada uno, nos referimos a los que, instruidos en ambas disciplinas, optaron por dedicarse a la musica--Hector Berlioz, Fritz Kreisler y Samuel Zyman, como ejemplos--, a los que prefirieron ejercer la medicina --Edward Jenner (1), Louis Pasteur (2) y Adam Schmidt (3)--, y a aquellos elegidos capaces de escindirse para someterse al rigor de ambas profesiones.
They will perform a number of compositions by Fritz Kreisler.
Apart from the Sibelius Competition, Tjeknavorian has won numerous prizes at international music competitions such as the Fritz Kreisler Competition (the first Austrian in the history of the competition to have won a prize), the Johannes Brahms Competition and the Eurovision Young Musicians Competition, which was broadcast throughout Europe as part of the opening ceremony of the Vienna Festival.
Though Znaider commanded complete technical mastery of the work (with his Guarneri "del Gesu" violin built in 1741 and previously played by the legendary violinist Fritz Kreisler.
And Nikita Boriso-Glebsky took the classical world by storm in 2010, winning both the International Jean Sibelius Violin Competition and the International Fritz Kreisler Violin Competition.
Other gems in the collection are a framed and signed photograph of Sergei Rachmaninoff, a signed photograph and manuscript piece by Fritz Kreisler, and a collection of letters framed in gilt, chronicling Darden's performance history at the Met.
Silence echoes through the halls where once great world virtuosos such as Fritz Kreisler and Jascha Heifetz filled the air with their music.
A CONCERT is taking place at St Christopher's Cathedral today featuring pieces by Ludwig van Beethoven, George Frideric Handel and Fritz Kreisler.
The students watched spellbound as Amira played pieces by Vivaldi and Fritz Kreisler, the popular Memory from the musical Cats and Egyptian Dance by Egyptian composer Aziz el Shwan - everything intended to let the keen audience know that it takes hard work.