Bronislaw Huberman Information on the great violinist Bronislaw Huberman (18821947). Biography, discography, interviews, articles, etc. http://tmsyn.wc.ask.com/r?t=an&s=hb&uid=24312681243126812&sid=343126
Arbiter 138 Bruno Walter And Bronislaw Huberman The Mahler concert on Monday the 21st was cancelled and Toscanini with violinist Adolf Busch, proved 4, K. 218) with Bronislaw Huberman as http://tmsyn.wc.ask.com/r?t=an&s=hb&uid=24312681243126812&sid=343126
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Bronislaw Huberman Information on the great violinist bronislaw huberman (18821947). Biography,discography, interviews, articles, etc. http://www.huberman.info/
Extractions: Bronislaw Huberman (1882-1947) was the most individual violinist ever to record. The extreme characterisation of his interpretations brought him great fame particularly in Central Europe, but also the label of maverick. Brahms musical autograph to Huberman sold at Sothebys on 20 May for over ten thousand pounds. View the sale page at Sotheby's website Comments In January 1896 Brahms wrote a musical dedication to Huberman after hearing him perform his violin concerto. Read about the notes forthcoming sale at Sothebys in an article by Allan Crane Comments The quarterly magazine Classic Record Collector featured Huberman in the Autumn 2004 issue, with photographs and several articles. The main article (by Howard Smith and Tully Potter) can be read online at the magazine website, www.classicrecordcollector.com Comments The electrical recordings of short pieces that Huberman recorded for the Columbia record company are being digitally transferred from the metal masters for the first time ever. The sound quality will be superior to all previous transfers taken from 78s.
Obituaries: Huberman.info bronislaw huberman, internationally known violin virtuoso and teacher, died June16 at huberman, bronislaw Dec. 19, 1882 June 16, 1947 violinist; http://www.huberman.info/literature/articles/obituaries/
Extractions: NOTED VIOLINIST, 64 The loss of his right thumb, cut off in a shaving accident forty-two years ago, proved only a temporary handicap to the violinist. To Mr. Huberman, American audiences were the best listeners that an artist could find anywhere except in the Netherlands. He created his reputation in Europe and gained fame by playing all over the world, but he preferred coming to this country, where, he said, he received his finest inspirations. Mr. Huberman resigned from the teaching staff of the Vienna State Academy in August, 1936, to devote himself more fully to the new orchestra in Palestine. News of his leaving the master class at the academy was received with dismay by the musical public of Vienna, where the violinist had been an idol for years. The violinist, narrowly missed death on Oct. 6, 1937, in a plane crash near Palembang, Sumatra. Four others in the plane were killed, but Mr. Huberman escaped with a fracture of the left wrist and one of the right hand. The muscles were not damaged, however, and a year later he was able to resume his concert career.
Part II-Briefly Described Items American violinist from the Boston Symphony and Beethoven Quintet. 1874. $35.00 huberman, bronislaw. Autograph Letter Signed on postcard. http://www.montagnanabooks.com/PartII-brieflydescribed.html
Extractions: AGUILAR Quartet. Signed by all four members of the quartet, all members of the same family. AHNA, Heinrich de. Nice signature. Scarce ALLEN, Charles. Signature. American violinist from the Boston Symphony and Beethoven Quintet. 1874. ANTHONY, Evangeline. British violinist featured in Strad Magazine in 1904 and 1910 . (w/ 2 other signatures on leaf) $45.00 D'ARANYI, Jelly D', Fachiri, Adila and Samuel, Harold. Signed Program from 1930-31 in London. ARNOLD, Richard. Autograph Letter Signed. 1899. AUER, L. The great violinist and teacher has written his name and return address on a large envelope. BARBIROLLI, John. Signed Postcard Photo. BECKER, Hugo. Very large signature. 1903. BETTI, Adolfo. Autograph Letter Signed. 1930. To the Steinway Company. BROWN, Eddy. Signed card by this scarce Auer student. 1924. BUDAPEST STRING QUARTET. Columbia Records Advertising Page. BURMESTER, Willy. Nice large signature, dated Innsbruck, 15 November 1906. Signed Program. 1950. In pencil. DANCLA, Charles. Autograph Letter Signed. Autograph Musical Quotation Signed. Dated 1940. Signature. Very scarce. (sl. crease in leaf, not affecting signature)
Joshua Bell the renowned violinist bronislaw huberman, momentarily left it unguarded.huberman never lived to see the instrument again, since it was not recovered http://www.joshuabell.com/
Extractions: An original photo (an unprofessional snapshot) of the great violinist and conductor together in Palestine. Signed "B Huberman" on the back. A very historical moment in the musical development of Israel. Unique. (3 3/8 x 3 3/8 inches, minor surface marks) HUBERMAN, Bronislaw, and TOSCANINI, Arturo. - Photo. Signed on Verso by Hubermann.
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The Sydney Morning Herald To violinist Joshua Bell, his Stradivarius was love at first sound, writes Martin and for bronislaw huberman, the Polish virtuoso who lost it twice. http://www.smh.com.au/articles/2003/10/29/1067233249858.html?from=storyrhs
Extractions: document.adoffset = 0; document.adPopupDomain = 'edition.cnn.com'; document.adPopupFile = '/cnn_adspaces/adsPopup2.html'; document.adPopupInterval = 'P24'; document.adPopunderInterval = 'P24'; The Web CNN.com Home Page Asia Europe U.S. ... Special Reports ON TV What's on Biz International Business Traveller Music Room ... Talk Asia Services E-mail Mobile News ticker AvantGo Make homepage Ad info About us How to get CNN Partner Hotels CNNtext Languages Spanish German n-tv Korean Arabic Japanese Turkish Overview Gift Finder Personality Quiz By Porter Anderson Joshua Bell plays the "Gibson ex Huberman" violin made by Antonio Stradivari in 1713. Its varnish gives it a reddish color something enjoyed by fans of Bell's work in the soundtrack to Francois Girard's 1998 film, "The Red Violin." The "ex Huberman" was stolen in 1936 from violinist Bronislaw Huberman, was recovered in 1987 and was subsequently acquired by Bell, whose earlier Stradivari was the 1732 "Tom Taylor." YOUR E-MAIL ALERTS Music Classical Joshua Bell or Create your own Manage alerts What is this?
Extractions: www.joshuabell.com Track Listing O mio babbino caro - Puccini The Girk With Flaxen Hair - Debussy Nocturne in C sharp minor - Chopin The Swan - Saint-Saens Serenade - Schubert Casta Diva - Bellini Andante from Piano Concerto #21 - Mozart Dance of the Blessed Spirits - Gluck Nocturne from Quartet #2 - Borodin Songs My Mother Taught Me - Dvorak Pur ti Miro - Monteverdi Elegie - Massenet Traumerai - Schumann Joshua Bell Most people understand that God created the Heavens and The Earth in six days and rested on the seventh. What they may not know is that on the eighth day