A list of lists on this blog

In csv format Mendelssohn Stipendium recipients Joachim’s women students Joachim’s students in string quartets Performers of the Brahms Double Concerto Berlin as music capital – timeline New Year’s Day Concerts at the Gewandhaus Gewandhaus concerts and Joachim’s students Lists about the Berlin Philharmonic Conductors of the Popular Concerts Joachim’s students

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The Joachim tradition at the Gewandhaus

Joachim and the Gewandhaus: a sixty-year symbiosis Among the lore of this historic institution is Joachim’s debut as a twelve-year-old at the Gewandhaus in 1843. (Robert Eshbach has documented this event on his website). The Gewandhaus’s conductor Felix Mendelssohn and concertmaster Ferdinand David oversaw Joachim’s development as the child prodigy

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You can look it up (online sources)

Bakers Biographical Dictionary of Musicians. Edited by Theodore Baker. Second Ed. New York: Schirmer, 1905. Baker’s Biographical Dictionary of Musicians. Edited by Alfred Remy. Third Ed. New York: Schirmer, 1919. Baker’s Biographical Dictionary of Musicians. Fourth Edition. New York: Schirmer, 1940. Baker’s Biographical Dictionary of Musicians. Edited by Nicolas Slonimsky.

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Based in Berlin in 1907

Directory of musicians in Berlin in 1907 <a href=””>Abell, Arthur M. (1868-1958) critic</a> <figure id=”attachment_1687″ aria-describedby=”caption-attachment-1687″ style=”width: 190px”><a href=”http://sannapederson.oucreate.com/blog/?attachment_id=1687″ rel=”attachment wp-att-1687″><img src=”https://i1.wp.com/sannapederson.oucreate.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2018/11/Arthur-M-Abell-190×300.jpg?resize=190%2C300″ alt=”” width=”190″ height=”300″ data-recalc-dims=”1″ /></a><figcaption id=”caption-attachment-1687″>Arthur M. Abell</figcaption></figure>Abell was Berlin correspondent for the Musical Courier from 1893-1918. Studied violin with Halir. Author of<em> Talks With Great Composers: Candid Conversations

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