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Extractions: Fanfare : Sept/Oct 1997: Robert Maxham Violinist Henry Roth is of the opinion that Nathan Milstein was even more dazzling in live performance than he was in his recordings. The many live performances currently being released are proof that, like Heifetz and Perlman, Milstein could catch fire in front of an audience, although his fire burned with a different, more controlled kind of intensity than theirs. Henry Roth writes in his liner notes: "The Milstein public performance repertoire was neither as broad in scope nor as large in size as that of Heifetz, David Oistrakh, Menuhin, Stern, Szeryng, or Ricci...He insisted upon playing only those works for which he had affinity and affection, and was decidedly not a pioneer of new music. However, the continued repetition of his chosen repertory never resulted in a loss of freshness or inspiration, as he invariably sought and found new musical insights in those works, constantly modifying fingerings and bowings to suit his changing ideas."
Extractions: NAXOS HISTORICAL 8.110977 This trio of concerto recordings demonstrat linist in his early to middle prime, technically impeccable and an aristocratic presence. The Mendelssohn with Bruno Walter has a real sense of discovered freshness to it and ardent lyricism as well. The sense of freedom is one aspect of Milstein and Walters translucent musicality here, as is the soloists bewitching cantilena. He is unaffected and memorable in the Andante and deeply noble and with his conductors bracing support brings crisp elegance to the finale; not too fast either.
Penn Special Collections-Winigrad-Nathan Milstein Allen J. Winigrad Photographs of Performing Artists, 19731989 Ms. Coll. 110. nathan milstein violinist. Index to Boxes. Last update Monday, 24-Jan-2005 http://www.library.upenn.edu/collections/rbm/photos/winigrad/milstein.html
Penn Special Collections-Winigrad 293 Subject milstein, nathan violinist. Place Philadelphia. Date 1979. Collection location Box 8, Item 293. view all thumbnails of nathan milstein http://www.library.upenn.edu/collections/rbm/photos/winigrad/293.html
Extractions: Resources Special sites Services Search this web site: home locations book and music lists This tablecloth, framed and hanging in the Department's front room, was autographed by friends and associates of Vladimir and Julia Bakaleinikoff . Each signature was then embroidered by Julia. It was presented to the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh by Charles Rosenbloom. Through our "Performers in Pittsburgh" file, we have determined that the majority of signers performed with the Pittsburgh Symphony between 1946 and 1953. Name: Adler, Larry, harmonica player
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Extractions: Nathan Milstein Ragin (RAH-gheen) Wenk-Wolff enjoys an extraordinary career. She began playing the violin at age 11, and started studies with her first professional teacher at age 13. Only one year later, at the age of 14, she performed Mozart's G Major Violin Concerto with her own cadenzas, and since then she has regularly been a soloist with all the Norwegian symphony orchestras, including the Oslo Philharmonic, the Bergen Symphony Orchestra, and the Norwegian Broadcast Orchestra. She received much acclaim for her performance with orchestra of the Vieuxtemps "Ballade & Polonaise" which was broadcast on Norwegian Television and BBC Radio 3 in England. Her remarkable playing and mature and moving interpretation of works such as Mozart's haunting Sinfonia Concertante instantly brought her to the forefront among Norwegian artists. At 17, she made her official debut in Oslo, which caused a sensation, and for which she won the Norwegian Debut Prize. In October 1984 she had her very successful London debut at the Purcell Room (South Bank) and the same month gave a recital in Paris in conjunction with an exhibition of her own drawings.
Part II-Briefly Described Items American violinist from the Boston Symphony and Beethoven Quintet. milstein, nathan. Signature. Dated 1940. With a small portrait attached to the leaf. 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)
The New Milstein DVD The new release of a DVD with nathan milstein on March the 30th has The same same company which is advertising on violinist.com here to the right has a http://www.violinist.com/discussion/response.cfm?ID=3787
Why Milstein Didn't Play Sibelius just like Perlman says on The Art of Violin milstein suffered from This reminds me of an interview of nathan milstein that was published in the http://www.violinist.com/discussion/response.cfm?ID=6180
BU Alumni Web :: Bostonia :: Spring 2003 In the early 1930s, violinist nathan milstein plays Hitler and Gitta Gradova impersonates Arturo Toscanini. In the early 1930s, violinist nathan milstein http://www.bu.edu/alumni/bostonia/2003/spring/cottle/sidebar.html
Extractions: But over what might have been as many as five or six years, Nathan Milstein did indeed paint murals on the walls surrounding my electric trains. On every trip to Chicago he descended to the basement, where his paints were stored. He removed his jacket, rolled up the sleeves of those splendid English-tailored shirts, and painted mountains replete with pine trees, ravines dotted with small wildflowers of red and yellow and orange, and even, way in the distance, small trains carrying their magical freight to villages beyond the mountains.
The World Violinist Links (Page 2 (K-Q)) milstein, nathan (Dec 31/1903 Dec 21/1992) Russia/USA. nathan milstein. Perhaps the most nearly perfect violinist of the time. http://www2.osk.3web.ne.jp/~wistaria/violinists2.htm
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Extractions: This 19-year-old violinist surprises listeners with his confident playing. Nate Robinson delves into some difficult works of Gershwin and Niccolo Paganini with a loose, playful approach that breathes new life into them. Nate Robinson has appeared as soloist thoughout the world since the age of 10, he made his solo debut with the Taipei Symphony Orchestra playing the Paganini Violin Concerto No. 1 at the age of 11 and subsequently performed again with the orchestra two years later. He has since performed throughout the United States; at Lincoln Center in New York City, has appeared with orchestras in New York, Texas, Oregon, and Los Angeles performing the works of Glazunov, Wieniawski, Beethoven, Sarasate, and Spohr among others. Nate Robinson has also performed in Canada, Germany, Holland, and Asia. In addition he has appeared in performance with the renowned pianist and conductor Vladimir Ashkenazy and in chamber music performances with members of the San Francisco Symphony and Minnesota Orchestra. Nate Robinson's performances have been televised on the Bravo! and CBC networks in Canada, and NPR (National Public Radio).