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Great masters of the violin : from Corelli and Vivaldi to Stern, Zukerman, and Perlman

Author: Boris Schwarz
Publisher: New York : Simon and Schuster, ©1983.
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Genre/Form: Biography
Biographies
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Schwarz, Boris, 1906-1983.
Great masters of the violin.
New York : Simon and Schuster, ©1983
(OCoLC)654328550
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Boris Schwarz
ISBN: 0671225987 9780671225988
OCLC Number: 9644200
Description: 671 pages : illustrations, portraits ; 25 cm
Contents: Part one : The Distant Past, 1530-1600 --
The Emergence of the Violin as a New Instrument --
Part two : The Age of Experimentation, 1600-1700 --
Violinist-Composers as Innovators : New Techniques, New Forms --
Italy --
Northern Europe. English Violinists ; Austria and Germany --
France --
Part three : The Classics of the Violin : 1700-1800 --
Italy. Corelli ; Vivaldi ; Tartini ; Italians Abroad : Travelers and Expatriates ; Geminiani ; Veracini ; Locatelli ; Pugnani ; Nardini --
Germany and Austria. Violinists Around J.S. Bach ; Leopold and Wolfgang Mozart --
The French School. Leclair and His Time ; Gavinès ; Contemporaries of Leclair and Gaviniès ; Giovanni Battista Viotti --
Part four : The Nineteenth Century --
France : The Heirs of Viotti. Rode ; Kreutzer ; Baillot ; Habeneck ; Lafont --
Nicolò Paganini --
After Paganini : The Age of Virtuosity. Paganini's Impact on the Viennese School ; Ernst ; Paganini's Impact on the French and Belgian Schools ; Bériot ; Vieuxtemps ; Wieniawski ; Bull ; Sarasate --
Countercurrents. Spohr ; Joachim --
Part five : The Twentieth Century --
A New Breed of Virtuoso. Ysaye ; Kreisler ; Huberman --
German Antipodes to Joachim. Wilhelmj ; Burmester --
Berlin After the Death of Joachim. Marteau ; Busch ; Kulenkampff ; Flesch ; The Flesch School --
The Paris Conservatoire After 100 Years. Thibaud ; Enesco ; Capet --
The New French School. Francescatti ; Grumiaux ; Neveu --
The Hungarian School. Hubay ; Vecsey ; Szigeti ; Telmányi --
The Bohemian School. Sevčik ; Kubelik ; Kocián ; Morini ; Príhoda ; Suk --
The New Viennese School --
The New Italian School --
The Russian School. Early History ; Auer --
The Great Auer Disciples. Elman ; Zimbalist ; Heifetz ; Milstein ; More Auer Students and a Few Muscovites --
The Soviet School. Leningrad and Moscow : Poliakin ; Odessa : Stolyarsky ; Oistrakh ; Kogan ; Younger Soviet Violinists ; Soviet Emigré Violinists --
The British School --
Violin Playing in America : The Older Generation. Powell ; Spalding ; Kneisel ; Mannes ; Persinger ; More American Violinists ; The Kneisel School ; The Last Three Auer Students ; Rabinof ; Shumsky ; Dushkin and Stravinsky ; Krasner with Berg and Schoenberg --
The American School : The Middle Generation. Menuhin ; Ricci ; Stern ; More Persinger Students --
The Great American Teachers. Galamian ; DeLay ; Gingold ; Schneider --
The American School : The Younger Generation. Mann ; Senofsky ; Harth ; Rabin ; Rosand ; Glenn ; Silverstein ; Treger ; Steinhardt ; Friedman ; Laredo ; Zukofsky ; Buswell ; Dicterow ; Ani and Ida Kavaflan ; Fodor ; Oliveira ; Jenson ; Fulkerson ; Macomber ; Zazofsky ; Others ; Recent Contests --
Violinists of Israel. Gitlis ; Ashkenazi ; Rogoff ; Michell ; Zeitlin ; Fried ; Perlman ; Zukerman ; Luca ; Mintz ; Others --
Violinists of the Orient. Japan ; South Korea ; Taiwan ; People's Republic of China.
Responsibility: Boris Schwarz ; foreword by Yehudi Menuhin.

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