Violin heroes : top violinists of today look back on the players who have influenced them
- Ariane Todes, editor.
- Special ed. of the Strad
- [S.l.] : Newsquest Specialist Media Group, c2009.
- Physical description
- 64 p. : ill. (col. & b&w) ; 30 cm.
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- Todes, Ariane. Editor
- Bell, Joshua, 1967-
- Gingold, Josef.
- Ysaÿe, Eugène, 1858-1931.
- Haendel, Ida.
- Enesco, Georges, 1881-1955.
- Kavakos, Leonidas.
- Szigeti, Joseph, 1892-1973.
- Mutter, Anne-Sophie, 1963-
- Stucki, Aida.
- Menuhin, Yehudi, 1916-1999.
- Perlman, Itzhak, 1945-
- Heifetz, Jascha, 1901-1987.
- Repin, Vadim.
- Ricci, Ruggiero, 1918-2012.
- Kreisler, Fritz, 1875-1962.
- Vengerov, Maksim.
- Stern, Isaac, 1920-2001.
- Znaider, Nikolaj, 1975-
- Zukerman, Pinchas, 1948-
- Joshua Bell on his former teacher, Josef Gingold, and Eugene Ysaye
- Josef Gingold remembers his teacher, Eugene Ysaye, in an interview from 1983
- An early article on Ysaye from 1896
- In 1916, Ysaye reveals the dramatic story of his perilous First World War flight from Belgium to England
- Ida Haendel remembers a childhood encounter with Enescu
- An obituary of George Enescu from 1955 looks back on his astonishing talents
- Leonidas Kavakos on why Szigeti was ahead of his time
- An article from 1907 celebrates the teenage Joseph Szigeti
- Anne-Sophie Mutter on the influence of Aida Stucki and Yehudi Menuhin
- How the young Yehudi Menuhin sold out London's Royal Albert Hall in 1929
- Emerging from three years of silence in 1939, Menuhin embarks on a concert tour
- The older Menuhin ponders the details of violin technique in 1950
- Itzhak Perlman on why Heifetz is the king of violinists
- The young Jascha Heifetz in 1923, shortly after his UK debut
- In a 1937 interview, Heifetz denies that he plans to give up the violin
- Vadim Repin remembers heroes including Ricci and Kreisler
- a 1932 article introduces the twelve-year-old virtuoso Ruggiero Ricci
- Ruggiero Ricci looks back on encounters with Heifetz and Kreisler
- A busy Fritz Kreisler gives a reluctant interview in 1902
- A 1908 appraisal of Kreisler's talents
- In 1933, Kreisler reveals that he has given up practicing
- Maxim Vengerov on a life-changing meeting with Isaac Stern
- Isaac Stern reflects in 1977 on his early influences and favourite instruments
- Nikolaj Znaider on Heifetz, Stern, Perlman and Zukerman.
- A collection of articles from previous issues of The Strad, featuring interviews with and comments by famous violinists.
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- Title Variation
- Strad special edition
- Top violinists of today look back on the players who have influenced them
- Cover title.
- Articles and intreviews, written by various authors, previously published between 1896 and 2009.
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