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1. Violinist Albert Spalding's Recordings For Remington
Violinist Albert Spalding recorded concertos of Beethoven and Brahms, Tartini, Corelli and Bach for Remington Records, the label of Don Gabor.

2. Albert Spalding, Violinist - Anagrams
Albert Spalding, Violinist anagrams Rearranging the letters of 'Albert Spalding, Violinist' (Popular American soloist (18881953)) gives

3. Carnegie Hall Program, SIGNED BY ALBERT SPALDING, Violinist .
Carnegie Hall Program, SIGNED BY ALBERT SPALDING, violinist. Performance date February 9, 1945.; . Offered by James Cummins Bookseller

4. Albert Spalding The Violinist
Home Surnames Spaulding Family Genealogy Forum Albert Spalding the violinist Posted by martis Date March 04, 2001 at 103009

5. Albert Spalding
Biography of violinist, Albert Spalding

6. TIME Magazine Archive Article No Silver Spoon Feb. 02, 1931
Twenty years ago Violinist Albert Spalding decided that it was a handicap to be the son of a man so rich as James Walter Spalding, board chairman of

Albert Spalding/1941", 1p, 4 frac34;x3. Three bars of music penned across a sheet of vertical preprinted staves. Violinist Albert Spalding

8. American National Biography Online Spalding, Albert
Spalding, Albert (15 Aug. 188826 May 1953), concert violinist, was born in Chicago, Illinois, the son of J. W. Spalding, a merchant, and Marie

9. WorldBook General Reference Encyclopedia Humanities Music
another violinist, Albert Spalding , publicly introduced the concerto with Ormandy once again conducting.

10. Violinist Albert Spalding's Recordings For Remington
violinist albert spalding recorded concertos of Beethoven and Brahms, Tartini,Corelli and Bach for Remington Records, the label of Don Gabor.

From the cover of R-199-144 R-199-144
R-199-23 R-199-49 R-199-84 Hungarian Dances 'old' and 'new' "Albert Spalding was not only the first, but one of the few American violinists to attain a reputation of world importance. He was a composer of note, author of two books and, in two wars, undertook extremely important and delicate missions abroad."
These are the first lines of Albert Spalding's biography on the back of R-199-144, the recording of the performance of the Beethoven Violin Concerto with the Austrian Symphony Orchestra conducted by Wilhelm Loibner. These lines describe in a nutshell the personality and character of this famous American: violinist, composer, author and - in times of war - intelligence officer.
Albert Spalding died on the 26th of May 1953 when dressing up for dinner. The music world lost "the first great instrumentalist this country has produced" as Walter Damrosch had described Spalding several years before. And Fritz Kreisler had said, in a tribute to Albert Spalding, in 1951: "He never fails to play on the heart strings of the listeners (...)."

11. The Remington Story And Don Gabor 3
In Austria with albert spalding, in Italy recording operatic repertoire and inGermany Was he the principal violinist of the RIAS Symphony Orchestra?

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Old releases in new style: new label, new cover, yet same reference number and same stampers. It is said that Gabor would take any tape he could lay hands on to release on his label(s). When beginning building a catalogue such an attitude would be quite understandable. And since the record business was no big business at all (unlike to-day where anybody can start recording and releasing and can achieve success more easily, thanks to the more accessable digital recording equipment), any item that would enlarge the catalogue was welcome. It seems that Don Gabor knew quite well that the releases with Albert Spalding Simon Barere George Enesco Ernst von Dohnanyi , a.o. were of value in 1950 and 1952. If he also saw the importance of recordings with oher artists like, for instance violinist , is questionable, because most of the time he only received the lists with recordings which were proposed by Marcel Prawy. The importance of the releases with

12. Albert Spalding
Biography of violinist, albert spalding. albert spalding was not only theforemost American violinist of this century, but in all probability the
Albert Spalding Biography Sponsored by:
NVI Classical Records
From the liner notes of Albert Spalding Plays Beethoven "Kreutzer" Sonata and Bach Chaconne, Allegro 1675 Albert Spalding was not only the foremost American Violinist of this century, but in all probability the greatest instrumentalist this country has ever produced. In addition to the fame he established in the world's finest musical centers, he was also a pioneer in bringing the finest classical music of Bach, Beethoven, and Mozart to all States of the Union. In the summer months, when the Spalding family returned to America, Albert's studies continued with Juan Buitrago, an old Spaniard. In Paris, he had two years of supplemental study with Lefort of the French National Conservatory. At 16, with Lefort conducting, he made his concert debut playing the Saint-Saens Concerto in B minor, Beethoven's Romance in F and the famous and difficult Bach Chaconne. Immediately thereafter, he appeared in support of the celebrated soprano, Adelina Patti. "Young man," the aging singer exclaimed, "you'll do." A tour of the French provinces followed. At this period the veteran composer, Saint-Saens was so impressed with Spalding's artistry that he appeared with the boy in a joint recital in Florence. England was next on list and through Saint-Saens' recommendation, Spalding was engaged by Hans Richter, eminent conductor and friend of Wagner, for appearances with the London Symphony Orchestra. Spalding this visited Joseph Joachim, the foremost violinist of the 19th century after Paganini. The veteran, already past the three-quarter century mark, refused to accept the young man as a pupil. He told him that his course was already charted and that he should proceed as he had begun.

13. Featured Recording Of The Month
Exhibit of the Month albert spalding, violin. This month s featured cylindersare recordings of violinist albert spalding, one of the greatest violinists
Exhibit of the Month: Albert Spalding, violin This month's featured cylinders are recordings of violinist Albert Spalding, one of the greatest violinists of the 20th century.
Spalding was born in Chicago, August 15, 1888
Spalding's Uncle Albert (a baseball pitcher immortalized in the Baseball
Hall of Fame) and father created the A.G. Spalding sporting goods company.
His mother, Marie Boardman was a contralto and pianist.
Spalding began studying violin in 1895 with Ulpiano Chiti in Florence.
In 1902 he entered Mozart's alma mater,
the Bologna Conservatory. Like Mozart he finished with distinction at
the age of 14.
Thomas Edison declared Spalding's tone to be more pure than any other
living violinist and signed him to a twenty year recording contract. An intelligence officer in both world wars, Spalding performed a legendary concert to thousands of terrified refugees stranded in a cave near Naples during a bombing raid in 1944. Featured recordings of the month: 28102: "Meditation from Thais" Composer : Jules Massenet Performer : Albert Spalding Genre : Classical wav 28163: "Souvenir of Moscow" Composer : Henryk Wieniawski Performer : Albert Spalding Condition : Good wav 29062: "Scherzo Tarantelle" Composer : Nicolo Paganini Performer : Albert Spalding Condition : Good wav Links Further information on Spalding Last updated August 23, 2002

14. Albert Spalding, Violinist - Anagrams
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15. Josef Hassid, Violinist - Anagrams
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16. BURLEIGH Music For Violin And Piano [JW] Classical CD Reviews
As with so many talented young Americans, violinist Cecil Burleigh went abroad albert spalding and Florizel von Reuter, Burleigh never stood much of a

17. Part II-Briefly Described Items
SAMMONS, albert. Great English violinist. Large signature on letterhead stationary.$75.00 spalding, albert. Signature. Dated August 5, 1919. $50.00

18. Part X ­ A Few Additional Items
An interesting double page print that pictures a young violinist giving a concertto a small spalding, albert. LARGE MAGAZINE PORTRAIT. November, 1932.

19. Artist-Show - The Largest Art Link Site In The World!
spalding, albert biography for this virtuoso violinist, spy, and heir to thespalding sports fortune. St. John, Scott - upcoming concerts, audio clips,

20. Jose Sanchez-Penzo: The Way Famous String Instruments Went - Players
Potter, Tully Brahm s understudy violinist Marie Soldat-Roeger 123. spalding,albert American b 15.08.1888 Chicago d 26.05.1953 New York
Players: (S-U)
(Player section of The Way Famous String Instruments Went
Salerno-Sonnenberg, Nadja
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V General Kyd Strad., A. Remarks: Sammons, Albert
b 23.02.1886 London
d 24.08.1957 London
V Guadagnini V Strad., A. V Goffriller V ex Sammons Strad., A. Remarks: Sarasate, Pablo de
b 10.03.1844 Pamplona
d 20.09.1908 Biarritz V Boissier Strad., A. V David Guarn. d. G. V ex Sarasate Strad., A. V ex Sarasate Strad., A. Remarks: The Boissier was a gift from the Queen Isabella. He bequeathed his favourite instrument, the ex Sarasate , to the Paris Conservatoire. p 692; Teachers:
  • Sáez, M. R. - Madrid
  • Rodríguez, Manuel - Madrid
  • Alard, Delphin - Paris Conservatoire
Dedicated works:
  • Bruch, Max:Concerto for Viol. and Orch. No. 2
  • Bruch, Max:Schottische Phantasie
  • Dvorak, Antonin:Mazurek, op. 49
  • Joachim, Joseph:Variationen for Violin and Orchestra
  • Laló, Edouard:Symphnie Espagnole
  • Laló, Edouard:Violin Concerto in f minor
  • Saint-Saëns, Camille:Violin Concerto No. 1 A Major, op. 20
  • Saint-Saëns, Camille:Violin Concerto No. 2 C Major, op. 58
  • Saint-Saëns, Camille:Violin Concerto No. 3 h minor, op. 61

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