With his virtuoso technique, richness of sound, and coloristic imagination, he was more than up to the job of establishing the viola as equal to its string siblings.
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His repertoire was enormous, comprising practically every major piece written for the instrument, but certain Heifetz recordings are especially iconic.
Blessed with subtle and spontaneous rhythmic instincts, he was also committed to the idea that performance should be a theatrical endeavor.
Essential Historical Recordings: Great Jazz Violinists Joe Venuti, Stuff Smith, Eddie South & Stéphane Grappelli
Four great jazz violinists were born int he first decade of the 20th century. Together they put jazz violin on the map, leaving an incredible legacy of recordings along the way.
He stood out for a unique combination unfailing sweetness & warmth of tone & ease of execution, along with utter sincerity, beautiful & long-range phrase-shaping.
By Cristina Schreil | From the May-June 2020 issue of Strings magazine For those who can hardly imagine getting giddy over a library collection,consider at ... Read More...
From the overripe excesses of late Romanticism, there emerged a new Classicism—greater fidelity to the intentions of the composer combined with deep and complex expression—led by 3 Musical Giants.
EQVIN (for violin and piano), by Ukrainian Composer Leonid Hrabovsky, is dedicated in memory of his father, a violinist who was shot by the KGB in 1937.