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Extractions: 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 (...)."
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Extractions: 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
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Extractions: 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.
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