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Carl Flesch

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1873-1944. To celebrate the birth 100 years ago of the great violinist and teacher, a concert was given in St John 's, Smith Square, on 29 October by some of his famous pupils and second generation pupils. Bronislav Gimpel , Ida Haendel Yfrah Neaman , Max Rostal Henryk Szeryng
STRING CHAMBER ORCHESTRA led by NORBERT BRAININ and ROBERT MASTERS conducted by Yehudi Menuhln Vivaldi Concerto in B minor, for four violins and orchestra (p 148)
Illustrated talk by Max Rostal with pre-war recordings of CARL FLESCH
Aladar Majorossy Impromptu , for four violins and orchestra (first broadcast performance) (Promoted by the European String Teachers' Association)

Contributors

Unknown: St John
Unknown: Bronislav Gimpel
Unknown: Ida Haendel
Unknown: Yfrah Neaman
Unknown: Max Rostal
Unknown: Henryk Szeryng
Unknown: Norbert Brainin
Conducted By: Yehudi Menuhln
Talk By: Max Rostal
Unknown: Carl Flesch
Unknown: Aladar Majorossy Impromptu

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