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Extractions: Russian-born American violinist noted for his interpretations of romantic music. He composed several notable cadenzas for violin concertos by Beethoven and Brahms. Encyclopedia Milstein, Nathan, 1904â92, Russian violinist, b. Odessa. Milstein attended the music school in Odessa before entering the St. Petersburg conservatory, where he studied under Leopold Auer. He toured Russia from 1920 to 1926. Milstein left Russia (1926) for Paris, where his reputation brought him engagements throughout Europe. Moving to the United States in 1928, he made his debut (1929) with the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra. He made numerous world tours and was known for the precision of his technique and the discriminating taste of his interpretation. Wikipedia Nathan Milstein
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Extractions: by Loke Hoe-Yeong Nathan Milstein (1903 - 1992) was called the "prince of the violin" (and at one time, the "prince of the bow"). Harold Schonberg, in his obituary of Milstein published in The New York Times , wrote his famous line, "He could well have been the most nearly perfect violinist of his time". However, the name Milstein is rarely mentioned or known among the music-listening public. Which is a sad thing considering the esteem and admiration professional violinists and musicians alike then and now hold for him. But this problem can be easily explained; Milstein was a not "commercial" musician who could "sell". Rather, he was repelled by the demands of celebrity and never indulged much in publicity. The little-known fact is that Milstein's career is the longest ever in the history of violin playing - 72 years, from his official debut playing the Glazunov concerto with the composer conducting(!) in 1915, to his final concert in 1987 playing the Beethoven concerto with the New York Philharmonic, conducted by Erich Leinsdorf. Some time after his final concert, the violinist broke his arm, bring his career to an abrupt halt. A pity, considering that the healthy musician's career could have been ever longer!
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Extractions: On November 5, 1979, in the pleasant autumn of his long and miraculous career, Nathan Milstein played a recital at Carnegie Hall as he had done for dozens of New York Seasons. This particular evening was like many others in Milstein's experience. Someone who was present called it a "a fiddlers' convention." They were there, of course, to savor Milstein's still glowing and amazingly vital artistry. They were also there to pay homage. For the twilight of Milstein's career, however sublime, was inevitably the twilight of the golden age: here, it seemed, was the last magnificent exponent of the "Russian" school of violin playing that reached its zenith in the virtuosos who emerged, just after the turn of the 20th century, from the St. Petersburg studio of the violinist and teacher Leopold Auer. By 1979, Milstein was the only one of them still performing. Jascha Heifetz had retired, with typical aplomb, into an imperial silence. Mischa Elman, Toscha Seidel, and Efrem Zimbalist were dead. A dozen other extraordinary but lesser known Auer pupils had become quaint memories. Milstein alone remained and, on that night in 1979, he could still make transcendent drama of the
Extractions: HH : I was surely most influenced by my two teachers Klara Berkovich in Baltimore, from age five to ten, and Jascha Brodsky in Philadelphia, from age ten to 17. Both were very demanding teachers, but very kind, superb violinists: musicians of style and taste who allowed no technical shortcuts. I was extremely lucky to grow up under their guidance. HH : It gives young players and old ones, for that matter an opportunity to see that they are part of a long and very rich tradition of violinists, each of whom played differently, each of whom played effectively. And for those who are studious, it is a great resource for studying the technique of playing the violin. Nearly every school, every body type, every possible manner of holding the violin and bow is represented.
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