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Krei·sler

 (krī′slər), Fritz 1875-1962.
Austrian-born American violinist and composer of violin works and the operetta Apple Blossoms (1919).
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Kreisler

(German ˈkraislər)
n
(Biography) Fritz (frɪts). 1875–1962, US violinist, born in Austria
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Kreis•ler

(ˈkraɪs lər)

n.
Fritz, 1875–1962, Austrian violinist and composer in the U.S.
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|As part of Late Summer Sonatas, Ulrich Von Hecker (violin) and Carl Grainger (piano) will be performing Handel, Mozart and Dvorak with a sprinkling of Fritz Kreisler and others at Insole Court in Llandaff on Thursday, August 29.
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Other stars dotting the American musical landscape included the violinist Fritz Kreisler, who briefly served in the Austrian Army in 1915, and the Austrian contralto Ernestine Schumann-Heink, who had sons fighting on the American and German sides in World War I.
1871: Henry Morton Stanley, sent to Africa by his newspaper to find Scottish missionary David Livingstone, finally made contact with him at Ujiji on Lake Tanganyika with the words: "Dr Livingstone, I presume." 1910: Edward Elgar conducted the first performance of his violin concerto, played by Fritz Kreisler, in the Queen's Hall, London.
The 90-minute performance saw the duo play 10 pieces of music by renowned composers Fritz Kreisler, Jules Massenet, Igor Stravinsky, Pablo De Sarasate and Vittorio Monti, and violinists Niccolo Paganini and Henryk Wieniawski, along with a selection of traditional Japanese songs.
Great violinists like Pablo de Sarasate, Fritz Kreisler or Jsacha Heifetz thrilled the world with their magical performances.
Tomas committed several common money fallacies, according to economist Dan Ariely and lawyer Jeff Kreisler in their book 'Dollars and Sense: How We Misthink Money and How to Spend Smarter.'
Instead, authors Dan Ariely, a professor of psychology and behavioral economics at Duke University in Durham, North Carolina, and Jeff Kreisler, a Princeton-educated lawyer-turned-comedian, shed light on common mistakes we make where money is concerned and why we make them.
Their programme will include Mozart, Beethoven, Brahms, Butterworth and Kreisler. ?The concert will be held at the Queen's Hotel at Lockerbie on Tuesday, starting at 7.30pm.
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.
They will perform a number of compositions by Fritz Kreisler. A number of Kreisler most famous pieces include: "Recitative and Scherzo-Caprice for Solo Violin, Op.
The sounds of Johann Sebastian Bach, Fritz Kreisler, Philippe Gaubert, Sergei Rachmaninoff and other classical composers will be heard on Sunday in Paphos, when a piano, a violin and a flute meet on the Technopolis 20 Cultural Centre's stage.