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41. The Journal
A Tribute to joseph Szigeti, 3. Plate Thinning for the Violin Maker, 16 Problems of Violin Adjustment, 73. Zenon Petesh. The Cremona gold Color Its
About the Journal Journals Published Selected Articles Subject Index ... Order Journal Winter 1974 Winter 1975 Spring 1975 September 1975 Winter 1976
Spring 1976 Ruggiero Ricci Shirley Fleming Samuel Nemessanyi, 19 Century Violin Maker and Copyist Herbert Goodkind Pegs and Peg Shavers Warren Condit Glues and Their Uses: Part I-Hide Glue Vahakn Nigogosian Yankee Bass Viol Makers Frederick Selch Violin Auctions: Fun, Profit, Regrets? Steven Wernick Up Bows and Down Bows: A Column of Miscellany Historical Reprint: The Arts and Crafts of E. and M Heron-Allen Summer 1976 J.S. Bach’s Three Viola da Gamba Sonatas: Their Adaptability for Viola Paul Doktor A Bicentennial Celebration: Music for and by Americans Albert Mell Paulus Pilat (1897-1961) Louis Kievman Fritz Kreisler, Copy of Programs Played In Philadelphia, 1920 Reminiscences of Samuel Gardner; Playing In the Kneisel Quartet, 1914-15 The Father of American String Quartets Harold Schonberg Glues and Their Uses: Part II Casein And the Synthetic Polymers Vahakn Nigogosian and Albert Mell The Lure of the Violin: Some Reflections And Considerations Albert J. Kaplan, M.D.

42. John Devereux And Alfred Walter Heaps - Australia's Violin Making Pioneers
Melbourne, the closest city to the gold rush towns of Ballarat and Bendigo, One violin with Improved Pegs. One Violin, copy of joseph Grarnarious sic
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(Published in The Strad , July 2004) Alan Coggins and Michael Lea examine the lives and work of two Australian violin making pioneers 'There is no town in the world where so much music is consumed as London.' So wrote Hector Berlioz after his visit there to assist in the judging of musical instruments at the Great Exhibition in 1851. All over England, music could be found in churches, clubs and taverns as well as on the street, and large audiences would regularly flock to hear orchestras and ensembles. Domestic playing was also popular, spurred on by individuals wanting to emulate the skills of the virtuosos or at least to enjoy at home the tunes they had heard in the early music halls. For musical instrument makers and repairers, business must have been booming. On the other side of the globe, Australia in the 1850s was a very different place. The discomforts of heat and flies (not to mention the snakes and spiders) were being overshadowed by a much more powerful attraction - gold. Its discovery in various locations in New South Wales and Victoria led to a dramatic increase in population. In Victoria for example, the population jumped from just 67,000 in 1851 to more than half a million over the next decade. Melbourne, the closest city to the gold rush towns of Ballarat and Bendigo, was rapidly being 'built with gold'. Even for those immigrants not actively involved in the search for gold, there was always the prospect of making a healthy living in providing for the needs of the increasing population. Could this be what motivated a 44-year-old trained violin maker to leave a potentially lucrative working environment in London and risk a hazardous three-month voyage to the other side of the world? Whether it was the pull of a new life in Australia or the push of the old life in England is open to speculation. However, we do know that John Devereux arrived in Melbourne in 1854 and by 1860 had established himself as a proficient maker with a growing reputation.

43. RIN:040 Report Summaries - English
RIN024 HAS THE VIOLIN BUSINESS BECOME A CRIMINAL RACKET AND A SNARE? (CarleenHutchins, Dr. joseph Nagyvary, Stephen Jay gold, etc.)
English Report Summaries Available German Titles RULES OF PROFESSIONAL CONDUCT: A Member of the Federations shall expose without fear, incompetent or corrupt, dishonest or unethical conduct on the part of members of the profession.
(Principles of Professional Conduct no. 6a.)
AFVBM Code of Ethics RIN:131 CHICAGO'S VIOLIN MAFFIA Letter to the Illinois Attorney General Jim Ryan regarding the shady business practices, common among most of those who deal in violins. RIN:024 HAS THE VIOLIN BUSINESS BECOME A CRIMINAL RACKET AND A SNARE?
Here the starting point is the 1981 " Kanda " scandal named for Mr. Yuko Kanda , a prominent Japanese MUSICIAN /Dealer . The scandal involved misrepresentations made to purchasers of violins, certificate forgery , insurance fraud , and bribery of teachers . Indeed, among Mr. Kanda 's accomplices was Prof. Yoshio Unno a violinist of international fame and member of a prestigious teaching faculty. The participants in Kanda were truly prominent. It thus drew world attention to ethical-legal abuses which are regrettably common but, in this case, so extensive that its investigation involved not only Japanese police , but also the F.B.I. and Interpol

44. Joseph Curtin Studios, Violinmakers - Reviews - Ilya Kaler
joseph Curtin Studios Home Discography. Reviews Ilya Kaler The Russianviolinist Ilya Kaler, gold medallist in the Sibelius, Tchaikovsky and

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Reviews - Ilya Kaler Eugene Ysaye Solo Violin Sonatas Ilya Kaler, violin HNH International Ltd. 2002 [NAXOS 8.555996] Richard Perry, Ottawa Citizen (April 11th, 2004) "The Russian violinist Ilya Kaler, gold medallist in the Sibelius, Tchaikovsky and Paganini competitions and now teaching in Chicago, gives a performance of the utmost confidence and command, strongly characterising each of the six works." Calum MacDonald, BBC Music Magazine (April 2004)
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45. 2004 ARTS Gold Award Winner In Music
Announcing the 2004 ARTS $10000 gold Award Winner in Music David’s sister,Lauren Sarah Carpenter, a violinist, was an ARTS national finalist and
About Arts Support Winners News ... Events Navigation About ARTS Calendar of Events Annual Gala Our Alumni Info for Educators Donors Sponsors Affiliates To Apply About NFAA Contact Us Homepage Search and Sitemap Apply Online Dance Film and Video Jazz Music Photography Theater Visual Arts Voice Writing HOME PRESS RELEASES Announcing the 2004 ARTS $10,000 Gold Award Winner in Music Teen Musician from Great Neck receives $10,000
Selected as extraordinary artist from over 600 artists nationwide Great Neck, New York; Monday, May 24, 2004 – The National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts (NFAA) announced today that David Aaron Carpenter, a violist from Great Neck, New York has been chosen as the winner of the first $10,000 ARTS Gold Award in Music. His award was determined upon his completion of ARTS Week, the all-expenses-paid final judging phase of the Arts Recognition and Talent Search (ARTS) program, in Miami, Florida, January 5-11, 2004. David was among 125 ARTS Week national finalists in nine art forms chosen from 6,504 applicants from across the U.S. The twenty (20) ARTS Week finalists in Music were chosen from 683 national applicants. David is a senior at John L. Miller Great Neck North High School and also received an Honorable Mention award from ARTS as a violinist. He will attend Princeton University this fall.

46. NFAA ARTS Winners - Maryland, DC, And Virginia
Winner in Violin ~ $10000 (gold) Award Presidential Scholar in the Arts Nominee joseph Michael Schmidt ~ Merit Award in Jazz Saxophone
About Arts Giving Winners News ... Events Navigation About ARTS Calendar of Events Annual Gala Our Alumni Info for Educators About Giving Sponsors Affiliates To Register About NFAA Contact Us Homepage Search and Sitemap Apply Online Dance Film and Video Jazz Music Photography Theater Visual Arts Voice Writing HOME WINNERS 2005 ARTS Winners - Maryland, DC, and Virginia Emily Clare Ames-Ledbetter from Towson, MD
Winner in Photography ~ $3,000 (Level I) Award
Presidential Scholar in the Arts Nominee
Towson Senior High School Emily Ames-Ledbetter, a graduate of Towson High School, received recognition at her school's annual showcase and in various other local competitions.
She has been inspired by the patterns and textures of the world around her and the vibrant influences of the historical past. Emily will attend Wheaton College next year.
She would like to thank Mr. Juan Castro, her photography teacher, as well as her other instructors, especially Ms. Laurie Davis, who have given her a context for the world which she seeks to document. Emily would also like to thank her parents and brother for their patience, support and flexibility.

47. Part IX-W-Z
Wechsberg, joseph. THE GLORY OF THE VIOLIN. New York The Viking Press, 1973 . 51 pp., goldstamped boards, 2 portraits of Ole Bull, 4 photographs of the
Wake, Harry. VIOLA MAKING PLANS. San Diego, 1976.
16 pp., 20 foldouts. $35.00
47 pp., numerous illustrations. (stiff paper covers, the words "sample copy" written on front cover) $25.00 Ward, Edwin John. THE STRAD FACSIMILE. An Illustrated Guide to Violin Making. Hawaii, 1984.
xvii, 72 pp., 75 illustrations, 7 illustrations on large folded sheet in back pocket. (9 x 12 inches, cloth, d.j. a bit dirty and sl. chipped, front cover sl. damaged at bottom) $100.00 Warner, Sybil Marguerite. MUSIC AND LISTENERS. London, n.d.
44 pp. (8vo, boards, sl. wear) An interesting little book about the future of music, including articles on Healing by Music, Music in Education, Music in Citizenship, etc. Wasielewski, Wilhelm. THE VIOLONCELLO AND ITS HISTORY. Da Capo Press, 1968.
x, 225 pp., frontispiece, illustrations, musical examples. (ex-lib, card pocket removed from back inside cover, some remains) $55.00 Wasielewski, Wilhelm. DIE VIOLINE UND IHRE MEISTER. Leipzig, 1883.
x, 567 pp., 5 illustrations. (5 3/4 x 8 3/4 inches, new cloth, German script) $65.00
(vi), 92 pp. (new stiff boards, 5 3/4 x 8 3/4 inches)

48. 48th Annual Gold Coast Art Fair Chicago
gold Coast Art Fair Exibitors joseph Kalmowitz, PAINTACR, 948.1. Ilania Kaplan,PAINT-OIL, 1005. Rollin Karg, 3DNF-GLASS, 949

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When: August 5-7 Where: Chicago, Illinois Festival Center: Along LaSalle Street, at the intersections of Erie, Huron, and Superior Admission: FREE! th year of wowing Chicago. As one of the most highly attended art fairs in the city, The Gold Coast River North Art Fair annually attracts over 400 juried artists and 600,000 visitors from locations around the world. The free festival is set along city streets and sidewalks in the gallery-filled River North neighborhood; a world-class creative and cultural experience! At the Festival: FESTIVE FOOD Visitors enjoy a variety of fare ranging from fresh-squeezed lemonade, to sweets, snacks, sandwiches and more. Local restaurants operate continuously throughout the weekend. CREATIVE AND EDUCATIONAL FUN FREE ENTERTAINMENT Join us in celebrating creativity! DIRECTIONS: 676 N LaSalle Street, Chicago, IL, 60610 Mapquest Map Google Map From the North and South on Interstate-94 Take I-94 toward Chicago. Once within the Chicago area, take the

49. MusicalOnline: Violin And Viola
Judith Ingolfsson The gold medalist of 1998 Indianapolis Violin competition -official website with He plays the King Max-joseph Stradivarius.
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Previous page Free Registration! ... Directory Violin and Viola s s Violin and Viola Alleyne-Johnson, Ed and Denyze
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Sabrina A. Berger
5-String Electric Violin Virtuoso brings a new sound to
contemporary and traditional repertoire. Trained at Juilliard and Yale,
Sabrina has found a way to bring the younger generation to classical music.
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famous violin teacher Zakhar Bron. Site includes information about classes and his recordings.
Chang, Sarah
Daugherty, Junior Eisenberg, Irwin Fischer, Julia ... Rafael Carlos Gintoli -violinist-Latin American Music Vadim Gluzman Hiroki, Tamaki Judith Ingolfsson - The Gold medalist of 1998 Indianapolis Violin competition - official website with biographical information, guestbook, booking information, schedule and more. Jung, Soo Min Johnson-Watkins, Jeanne Hasse Kahn - Jazz musician, the greatest jazzviolinist in Sweden. Yuri Kalnits - honorable mention - 2001 International Web Conert Hall Competition Keylin, Misha

50. Sphinx Organization - Artists - Competition Alumni 2004
Victoria joseph, Victoria joseph Instrument Violin Credits gold bronzedouble medalist of the ACTSO Competition, Winner of the Rockford Mayor s Art




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Alumni by year -> Complete Alumni List Junior Division Semi-Finalists Katherine Black - 3rd Place Laureate
Instrument: Cello
Age: 15 Ethnicity: Black Teacher: Hans Jensen Home: Skokie, IL Credits: 1st Place Winner of Society of American Musicians - Primary Division Competition, member of Disney's Young Musicians Symphony Orchestra. Isabel Escalante Instrument: Violin Age: 16 Ethnicity: Venezuelan Teacher: Stephen Redfield Home: Hattiesburg, MS Credits: 3rd Place Jovenes Virtuosos Contest, 1st Place Llano Ancho Contest, 3rd Place Juan Bautista Plaza Contest and Maurice Hasson Contest. Victoria Joseph Instrument: Violin Age: 16 Ethnicity: Black/Haitian Home: North Miami Beach, FL Credits: Winner of the Ars Flores Symphony Concerto Competition, 2nd Place winner of the New World Symphony Concerto Competition, Concertmaster for New World School of the Arts Orchestra and String Ensemble. Owen Kelley Instrument: Violin Age: 16 Ethnicity: Black Teacher: Nancy Fennessy Home: Manlius, NY

51. LyricsVault: Hall Of Fame: Joe Dassin
joseph Ira Dassin was born in New York on November 5 1938. Joe s hits earnthim a veritable collection of gold discs and later that year the young
Joe Dassin
Joe Dassin launched his career in America, singing French chanson classics on the local bar circuit. But the enterprising young singer would soon bring his distinctive brand of American folk to France, rocketing to the top of the charts in the 60's with his hit single "Bip Bip". Although his career was cut short by a fatal heart attack in Tahiti in 1980, Dassin would record a whole string of hit singles including his legendary "L'été indien".
Soon after Joseph's birth, the family moved to Los Angeles where his father, Jules, became one of the most prominent Hollywood movie directors of the 40's. Meanwhile young Joe spent a golden childhood in California with his sisters Rickie and Julie.
Dassin meets Berr yGordy and Bob Dylan During his student days Joe earned his living through a series of odd jobs, working as a cook, a dustbin man and a plumber, before landing a job as a DJ on WCX radio in Detroit in 1958. It was here that he met Berry Gordy, the famous creator of Tamla Motown. During his stay in the States Joe became friendly with a number of top names in the music business including young 60's folk singer, Pete Seeger, who introduced him to a young man by the name of Robert Zimmerman (who would later become the legendary Bob Dylan). Joe was gradually becoming interested in music himself and he would frequently go busking with a French friend, performing classic Brassens's songs on the sidewalks and cafe terraces. This proved to be useful experience for young Joe, as it gave him plenty of guitar practice.

52. LSM Chamber Music Society - Concert VI
violinist Henry Gronnier is a founding member of the Rossetti String Quartet . the viola at the age of thirteen by the beloved violinist joseph Gingold,
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violin Julia Cser violin Thomas Diener viola Brian Dembow viola Eric Gaenslen 'cello John Walz 'cello Sunday, May 1, 2005, 2:30 p.m. PROGRAM Sextet in G Major, Op. 36 Allegro non troppo Scherzo: Allegro non troppo Poco adagio Poco allegro Brahms (1833-1897) Intermission Sextet, Op. 70 "Souvenir de Florence" Allegro con spirito Adagio cantabile e con moto Allegretto moderato Allegro vivace Tchaikovsky (1840-1893) PERFORMER BIOGRAPHIES HENRY GRONNIER, violin Violinist Henry Gronnier is a founding member of the Rossetti String Quartet. As a soloist, he has performed worldwide in recital, including Carnegie's Weill Hall and London's Wigmore Hall. He has also performed at many of the leading international music festivals as an orchestral soloist and as a collaborator in chamber music ensembles. He has collaborated with such talents as Jean-Eves Thibaudet, Lukas Foss, Chantal Juillet, Ann Queffelec, and Emmannuel Strosser. Born in Saint-Quentin, France, Mr. Gronnier began his musical studies at the Conservatoire in Saint-Quentin, where he was awarded a Premier Prix in both violin and piano. He then studied at the Conservatoire National de Versailles where he received a Gold Medal, and later went on to study at the Conservatoire National in Paris. Mr. Gronnier was awarded a full scholarship to Tulsa University (Oklahoma) as a student of the renowned French violinist Nell Gotkovsky. Other teachers who influenced Mr. Gronnier include Sally Thomas and Zino Francescatti. In addition to his work with the Quartet, Mr. Gronnier is a member of the faculty at the Colburn School of Performing Arts in Los Angeles.

53. Special Events For The Year 1892
joseph Szigeti, Budapest Hungary, violinist (violinist Notebook 1933). Born ,03/09/1892, joseph Weinheber, Austria poet/writer (Adel und Underworld)
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Special Events for the Year 1892 - back to GREGSITE
Born : A "Shon Nn" Morales, Antillean/Neth very old lady Born : Able Kiviat, US, runner (Olympic-gold-1912) Born : Alan Hale, [Rufus A Mackahan], Wash DC, actor (Little John-Robin Hood) Born : Alexander A Aljechin, Russian/French chess champ (1927-35, 37-46) Born : Alexander Alekhine, Russia, world chess champion (1927-35, 37-46) Born : Alfred A Knopf, US, publisher (1966 Alexander Hamilton Medal) Born : Alfred Lunt, Broadway actor (Emmy 1965) Born : Andy Clyde, Scotland, actor (George-Real McCoys, Cully-Lassie) Born : Anton Schnack, German writer/poet Born : Archibald MacLeish, Glencoe Ill, polit essayist/poet/dramatist (JB) Born : Arthur H Compton, US physicist (X-rays) Born : Arthur Honegger, Le Havre France, composer (King David) Born : Arthur Seyss-Inquart, Austrian chancellor (1930s)/war criminal Born : Artur Rodzinski, Spalato, Dalmatia, Poland, comductor Born : Baron Willy Coppens de Houthulst, Belgian WW I pilot Born : Basil Rathbone, Johannesburg S Africa, actor (Sherlock Holmes)

54. BNR • Radio Bulgaria • Music •
World famous British virtuoso violinist Nigel Kennedy made an unforgettable was followed by an improvisation of Mood in the gold and Hey Joe by Hendrix.
Current position: Home Radio Bulgaria English Service Music Latest English Music Published on March 22, 2005 at 7:02 PM BG
Updated on April 06, 2005 at 8:14 PM BG Save Print Send Eccentric Violinist Nigel Kennedy Delivers
Unforgettable Show World famous British virtuoso violinist Nigel Kennedy made an unforgettable three-hour show entitled The Kennedy Experience late Friday evening at the National Palace of Culture in Sofia.
After greeting his fans in Bulgarian and asking them whether they want to listen to Vivaldi's Four Seasons, Kennedy delivered the classic part of his concert, accompanied by Classic FM
orchestra. He performed Haendel's Paschalia together with cello player Kristiana Genova first. Lyudmil Nenchev who he played with the great violinist during his first concert to Bulgaria in 1999 as well, performed three short pieces by Bela Bartok together with the virtuoso.
The high spot of the programme was Kennedy's trade mark - Vivaldi's Four Seasons. Before performing the piece, he asked
the audience to applaud artist Roumen Rachev, whose painting decorated the stage.

55. Search. : Monterey County Weekly
gold Standard. Emerson String Quartet glitters. Oct 28, 1999 violinist AyakoYoshida, pianist Xak Bjerken and violist Katherine Murdoch offer an eager
September 8-14, 2005
Gold Standard Emerson String Quartet glitters Oct 28, 1999 By Scott MacClelland Classical The bar was set high for the new concert season by the Emerson String Quartet last Friday. Opening the Chamber Music Monterey Bay series in Carmel, the all-American, award-winning, internationally acclaimed Emerson dazzled its audience with glitzy readings of Haydn, Shostakovich and Ravel. This involved not a little premeditation and exaggeration. In all cases, the Emerson had obviously designed their performances in great detail. Missing, as a result, was spontaneity, a certain spirit of the moment. Haydn''s Quartet in D "Lark" began with surprising leisure, but ended with a breathtaking finale at breakneck speed. The emotional center of the concert was Shostakovich''s Quartet No. 14 in F sharp

56. IcSouthlondon - Theatre Reviews
For me the undoubted highlight of the play comes when Cuban violinist Gabriel joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat Bromley Churchill Theatre
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The Crock of Gold Sydenham Wells Park Saturday July 2 COMMENCING at twilight in a packed marquee in Sydenham Wells Park, The Crock of Gold was highly anticipated by outdoor theatregoers - and they were even queuing up for standby tickets before the started. Plot - well it's virtually impossible to explain, but suffice to say The Crock of Gold, presented by South London-based theatre company London Bubble, is based on an Irish novel written in 1912 by James Stephens. A very strange and wonderful novel, The Crock of Gold is full of philosophers and enchanted gold. The tale is magical, enchanting, and enhanced by the of a solid crew of actors and actresses who not only battle with the elements - midges, spiders, tree branches, mud - as they perform, but are called upon to use everything to hand as props. Food whisks, shoes, cutlery; everything is thrown into the mix. There's humour for kids and adults and the production is visually stunning as it uses all manner of lighting - torchlight, even a real fire at one point, to illuminate the areas.

57. American BigBands - Page 1 H Bands
The gold Cow Bell Award (in Switzerland) Here s a photograph of Joe Venuti,a classically trained violinist who was born on board an Ocean Liner on
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Don was an excellent pianist, who also had degrees in Law and Medicine. At one time during his career, Don Voorhees, held the record for the longest un broken orchestra run on Broadway. In addition, Don had been musical director for Broadway (and Hollywood) producer Earl Carroll, since the second edition o f the Earl Carroll Vanitie revue. (At times, his band was also very well known as "Don Voorhees and his Earl Carroll Vanities Orchestra".) During 1 932-'34, He was the Musical Director for comedian Ed Wynn's NBC radio network's Texaco 'Firechief' Gasoline weekly show. And, here's a picture of that NBC Studio Orchestra , as they appeared at the Texaco 'Firechief' show (with thanks to Mr. Marc Giaquinto for permission to post very rare photograph). Perusal of the lineup shown here should prove rather interesting. The band personnel included Don Voorhees as Leader (standing on the bandstand:
Dave Grupp, drums

58. Harvard University Press/The Harvard Biographical Dictionary Of Music/Instrument
Duo pianist (with Arthur gold).(b. Toronto, 1917; d. New York, 1990). Duo pianist (withRobert violinist and teacher. SWEENEY, Joel Walker Joe, (b.
INSTRUMENTALISTS This document contains a selection of instrumentalists for whom the Harvard Biographical Dictionary of Music includes entries. (For the most part these are classical musicians; jazz pianists, for example, will be found on the page devoted to jazz musicians.) BETHUNE (Green), Thomas [Blind Tom] (b. Columbus, Ga., 1849; d. Hoboken, 1908). Pianist and composer. (b. Paris, 1857; d. Monte Carlo, 1944). Pianist and composer. CHUNG, Kyung Wha (b. Seoul, 1948). Violinist. (b. Vienna, 1928). Recorder player, composer, and musicologist. DAVIDOVICH, Bella (Muhazhlovna) (b. Baku, Azerbaijan, 1928). Pianist. (b. Amsterdam, 1792; d. Bern, 1873). Flutist. FIZDALE, Robert
GOLD, Arthur
(b. Chicago, 1920; d. New York, 1995). Duo pianist (with Arthur Gold).(b. Toronto, 1917; d. New York, 1990). Duo pianist (with Robert Fizdale. FRESCOBALDI, Girolamo (b. Ferrara, 1583; d. Rome, 1643). Keyboardist and composer. GALAMIAN, Ivan (Alexander) (b. Tabriz, Persia, 1903; d. New York, 1981). Violinist and teacher. GEMINIANI, Francesco (bapt. Lucca, 1687; d. Dublin, 1762).

59. Stories, Listed By Author
Soldini, Vaudeville violinist, (pm) Everybody’s Magazine Mar 1917 LIEBMAN,joseph (chron.) * Let Me Count the Ways, (ms) Harlequin Apr 1976
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  • How Erg the Self-Inducting Slew a Paleface, (ss) Mortal Engines , Seabury Press 1977
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60. Stories, Listed By Author
The gold Fish, (ss) 10 Story Book Mar 1923. PATE, GENERAL RANDOLPH McCALL (chron.) The Strange Story of Michael Caviol, violinist, (sl)
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