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Jacob Shank
2005-07-04 03:21:03 UTC
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Was he a good violin player? I heard that he had a very advanced
technique. Was he from the 19th-century? If so, was his technique any
different than how they play today? Does anyone have any recordings of
him? Did he compose like Paganini? Thanks.
Matthew B. Tepper
2005-07-04 04:02:01 UTC
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Was he a good violin player? I heard that he had a very advanced
technique. Was he from the 19th-century? If so, was his technique any
different than how they play today? Does anyone have any recordings of
him? Did he compose like Paganini? Thanks.
I sincerely hope your term paper isn't due Tuesday morning, because the
library is closed tomorrow for Independence Day.
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Dan Koren
2005-07-04 05:01:49 UTC
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Post by Jacob Shank
Was he a good violin player? I heard that he had a very advanced
technique. Was he from the 19th-century? If so, was his technique any
different than how they play today? Does anyone have any recordings of
him? Did he compose like Paganini? Thanks.
I sincerely hope your term paper isn't due Tuesday morning,
because the library is closed tomorrow for Independence Day.
Tower however is open.

He/She/It could find answers to
all the above questions in just
one CD.



dk
Rolf
2005-07-04 11:41:33 UTC
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Post by Jacob Shank
Was he a good violin player? I heard that he had a very advanced
technique. Was he from the 19th-century? If so, was his technique any
different than how they play today? Does anyone have any recordings of
him? Did he compose like Paganini? Thanks.
You can hear fragments at:

http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/B000000WZ2/qid=1120477207/sr=1-1/ref=sr_1_1/102-5073869-9676166?v=glance&s=classical


good luck,
rolf
Rolf
2005-07-04 11:48:57 UTC
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even more fragments:

http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/search-handle-form/ref=s_sf_pm/102-5073869-9676166
gggg gggg
2021-10-11 20:24:36 UTC
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Post by Jacob Shank
Was he a good violin player? I heard that he had a very advanced
technique. Was he from the 19th-century? If so, was his technique any
different than how they play today? Does anyone have any recordings of
him? Did he compose like Paganini? Thanks.
(Recent Youtube upload):

Eugène Ysaÿe (1858-1931): Conducts and plays the violin (R.1912-’19)
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