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Extractions: dqmcodebase = "script/" //script folder location Deutsch Espanol Italiano Japanese(30KB) ... Russkiy Among the world's outstanding violinists is Aaron Rosand, whose masterful playing has captivated audiences and critics throughout the world. A true violinist's violinist and "one of the great living exponents of Romantic violin music," according to the New York Times , Rosand has made "some of the greatest recordings of this century" ( Gramophone Magazine); recordings lauded by Strad magazine as "synonymous with immaculate technical achievement, beautiful multi-coloured tonal luster, artful phrasing, stylistic elan, and a probing musical intellect." [ view online discography Rosand carries on two traditions of playing, having studied both with Leon Sametini (a student of Eugene Ysaye) at the Chicago Musical College, and with Efrem Zimbalist, Sr. (a student of Leopold Auer) at the the Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia. As Dorothy Richard Starling Chair of Violin Studies at Curtis and in master classes throughout the world, Rosand seeks to impart the twin strains embodied in his own playing - the Russian school of Auer and the Ysaye tradition - to a new generation. To view a videoclip from a masterclass, click here (ISDN/DSL users click here A prolific recording and performing artist, Aaron Rosand enjoys an enduring career that has spanned more than six decades. According to
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Extractions: throughout his life by Raymond Rosand J ust prior to the new millennium, and committed to be in Scotland for the turn of the century, Aaron Rosand was in Malaysia recording the Sibelius and Khachaturian violin concertos. Rosand, one of the century's most highly regarded violinists, is my brother. He recently celebrated his seventy-third birthday, and his artistry seems only to increase with age. Last year he recorded the popular Beethoven Violin Concerto in Monte Carlo. Nearly every violinist has recorded this work, but critic Robert Maxham wrote in Fanfare that Aaron's "-is the very bes t".
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Extractions: "These performances, some of them taken from concerts and some from broadcasts, date from 1974 to 1980. They capture Aaron Rosand in his prime recorded in fine sound with good orchestras and sensitive conductors. Every now and then a release comes along that reminds you what a superb violinist Aaron Rosand is, and this is one of them. All these performances are so good that if you only had them and no other recordings of the works, you wouldn't be missing much. Rosand supplies all the tonal richness, nuance, and stylistic sensitivity that these works need. I'd say the only dog in the lot is the Violin Concerto by Klaus Egge, and not because of Rosand's performance. The music just isn't interesting. Everything else, though, is wonderful." Magil, American Record Guide, July/August 2005 We were honored to assist VAI Music and virtuoso violinist Aaron Rosand in releasing this new 2-CD set, which is now available through retail outlets, worldwide, as well as from major on-line vendors including at Amazon.com
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Extractions: TO RELEASE RECITAL DVD AT PRIME RECORDING AGE OF 77 NEW YORK, NY - September 7, 2004 - Video Artists International ( www.vaimusic.com ), today announced the planned Holiday 2004 DVD release of internationally acclaimed violinist Aaron Rosand in recital. Rosand, a violinist in the romantic tradition for more than half a century and a prolific recording artist, performed this recital program last Fall at Mills College in Oakland, California, to inaugurate a scholarship fund in his name. VAI will begin distributing Rosand's DVD at a suggested retail price of $29.95. The DVD, produced by elfenworks ( www.elfenworks.com ), will be available through retail outlets, worldwide, as well as from major on-line vendors. It is scheduled for an October release and will soon become available for pre-order from major online vendors. "I'm thrilled that VAI will be releasing Aaron Rosand's first recital DVD." says Video Artists International President Ernest Gilbert, "The technical security and superb musicianship of this ever-astonishing artist belies the extraordinary length of his career. Aaron Rosand's prime appears to be infinite." The DVD features Sonatas by LeClair and Franck; solo Bach; virtuoso showpieces including Preghiera (Rachmaninoff-Kreisler), Zigeunerweisen (Sarasate), March (Prokofieff-Heifetz), Hopak (Moussorgsky-Rachmaninoff); Romantic works such as Valse Sentimentale (Tschaikovsky-Press) and Nocturne in C# minor (Chopin-Milstein); and a Brahms Hungarian Dance.
Extractions: appreciated by LAWRENCE BUDMEN Few composers changed music like Ludwig van Beethoven (1770-1827). His clashing harmonies, dissonances, elongated sense of formal structure, and other worldly musical sublimity would influence every composer that succeeded him. Even Arnold Schoenberg (who viewed Bach, Brahms, and Mahler as his artistic heroes) could not have written his revolutionary scores ( Erwartung Gurrelieder ) without the influence of Beethoven's path-breaking late string quartets (with their clashing dissonances and unsettling harmonies) works that will always sound 'contemporary' and remain timeless. With the Sonata in A for Violin and Piano Op 47 ( Kreutzer ) in 1803, Beethoven effectively moved the instrumental sonata from the perfumed elegance of the salon to the modernity of the concert hall. Because of its symphonic scope and instrumental grandeur Beethoven referred to the Kreutzer as a 'Concerto-Sonata'. With his new vision of the sonata as a public concert vehicle, Beethoven tested the limits of instrumental technique. The consummate violinist Aaron Rosand gave a thrilling performance of this monumental score on 24 October 2004 at UM Gusman Concert Hall in Coral Gables, Florida, USA the centerpiece of the opening concert of the twenty fourth season of Sunday Afternoons of Music Aaron Rosand rubato , and a searching musical intellect that revitalizes familiar music and makes rarely heard scores into exciting discoveries. After six decades on the world's concert stages, Rosand's artistry and technical brilliance remain undiminished. A Rosand performance is a true musical event!
Extractions: 3 Lawrence Budmen A MUSICAL TREASURE Rosand has long been a master of the French violin repertoire. Ernest Chausson (1855-1899) was a short lived genius. His Op 25 is the essence of Cesar Franck inspired, quasi-Wagnerian Romanticism with a distinctly Gallic touch. Rosand's glorious lava-dipped tone and gorgeous musical line were the sine qua non of idiomatic French style! His passionately felt, burning intensity set Chausson's music ablaze. Rosand's ability to sustain an elongated, curving trill with marvelous beauty is the mark of an artist who is beyond mere technique. Koenig's intense pianism was all blazing ardor. Rosand has long been the master of the musical vignette. From the rich toned, commanding opening recitative to the Gypsy fiddle bravura of the finale, Pablo de Sarasate's Zigeunerweisen ('Gypsy Airs'), Op 20 burned with Magyar fire. Rosand added a few additional pyrotechnical flourishes to add to the Spanish-Slavic brew super fireworks indeed! Fritz Kreisler's version of the second movement of Rachmaninoff's Piano Concerto No 2, Preghiera , was a Viennesse take on Russian melancholia played with schmaltzy warmth and sweetly glowing tone. Rosand's charming, sentimental rendition of Tchaikovsky's salon favorite
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Extractions: Where do you want to go next? HOME PAGE Book Collecting Cats and Kittens Dinosaurs in Art and Literature Fugues and Fugue Sets Galactic Topography My Favorite Quotations Software for Fun and Profit My professional resume My 2003 defense of Stephen Wolfram How Esther Dyson quoted me in 1999 What the New York Times said about me in 1985 A chapter I wrote on "System Software" in 1984 Violin Music Through the Ages More of My Favorite Things Aaron Rosand At that time my father gave me $1.00 a week as an allowance. So every Saturday I would buy two subway tokens for 15 cents apiece and go down to Greenwich Village where there were some out-of-print book and record stores. The remaining 70 cents was sometimes enough to acquire a used lp if I hadn't already spent 25 cents for a hot dog! It was there that my collection of Aaron Rosand performances on Vox records began. At the time I really didn't know how to differentiate between his playing and anyone else's. All I knew was that I liked it.