1-10 of 31 videos of music composed by Fritz Kreisler

Kreisler - Liebesleid
Kreisler - Liebesleid Listening to this performance of F. Kreisler's Liebesleid by Mikhail Barash will bring you such a rush of emotions. It is truly moving. Recorded at Yorktown Digital and produced by Grammy Award Winner Phil York, Mikhail plays his world famous Stradivarious Violin and brings this piece to absolute life. The entire CD can be purchased at Please check out Alla Barash's Classical Contemporary Composition by searching for Alla Barash.
Liebesleid by Fritz Kreisler
Liebesleid by Fritz Kreisler Me on violin playing Liebesleid at a school concert in October 2006.
Música Española: ANDALUZA for violin Granados/Kreisler Spanish Dan
Música Española: ANDALUZA for violin Granados/Kreisler Spanish Dan Watch this: ARCÁNGEL, VIOLINISTA. SPANISH MUSIC. Fritz Kreisler/Enrique Granados Danse Espagnole Spanish Dance Spanische Tänze E minor itzhak perlman jascha heifetz christian ferras zukerman milstein tibor varga oistrakh menuhin paco de lucía manu chao josé mercé camarón de la isla flamenco música gitana gypsy music zíngara andalucía sevilla granada córdoba jaén falla sarasate albéniz zapateado cante jondo bulerías granaínas farruca semana santa jesús del gran poder saeta españa
Ray Plays Fritz Kreisler Praeludium and Allegro Violin
Ray Plays Fritz Kreisler Praeludium and Allegro Violin Ray plays Fritz Kreisler Praeludium and Allegro e minor. 1/4 size violin. 7/29/2009 クライスラー プレリュード & アレグロ
Druian Plays Kreisler: Praeludium and Allegro in the Style of Pugnani
Druian Plays Kreisler: Praeludium and Allegro in the Style of Pugnani Praeludium and Allegro in the style of Pugnani Composer: Fritz Kreisler (1875-1962) Performers: Rafael Druian (violin) (1922-2002) & John Simms (piano) Recorded: 1957 Rafael Druian, a violinist and conductor who served as the concertmaster for the New York Philharmonic, the Cleveland Orchestra and other ensembles, died on Sept. 6 in Philadelphia. He was 80 and lived in Philadelphia. Mr. Druian was born in Vologda, Russia, and grew up in Havana, where his family moved when he was an infant. At 8 he became a pupil of Amadeo Roldán, the conductor of the Havana Philharmonic. Two years later he went to Philadelphia to audition for Leopold Stokowski, who recommended him for a scholarship at the Curtis Institute of Music. After his graduation from Curtis in 1942, Mr. Druian served in the United States Army for four years, playing the mellophone in the Army band. He was the concertmaster of the Dallas Symphony from 1947 to 1949 and the Minneapolis Symphony (now the Minnesota Orchestra) from 1949 to 1960. His longest tenure as a concertmaster was in Cleveland, where he played under George Szell from 1960 to 1969. He appeared on many recordings with Szell, including an acclaimed Columbia recording of Mozart's Sinfonia Concertante; with Szell at the piano, he also recorded Mozart's four violin sonatas. After leaving the Cleveland Orchestra, he taught at the California Institute of the Arts in Valencia, and in 1971 became the concertmaster of the New York Philharmonic under Pierre ...
Praeludium and Allegro - Fritz Kreisler
Praeludium and Allegro - Fritz Kreisler Josiah won first place in a music competition and played at an evening concert.
Josef Hassid - Kreisler - Capricho Vienes
Josef Hassid - Kreisler - Capricho Vienes Josef Hassid - Kreisler - Capricho Vienes Op.2 Composer: Fritz Kreisler (1875 - 1962) Gerald Moore (piano) Recording Date 11/29/1940 Josef Hassid (Dec. 28, 1923 - 1950; Polish violinist) was noted for his intense vibrato and temperament, causing Fritz Kreisler to say "A Heifetz violinist comes around every 100 years, a Hassid every 200." For more inf.: Thanks so much to people whose pictures are used to make this video.
Geza Hosszu Legocky & Martha Argerich (Kreisler - Liebesleid
Geza Hosszu Legocky & Martha Argerich (Kreisler - Liebesleid Fritz Kreisler: Liebesleid for Violin and Piano Geza Hosszu Legocky and Martha Argerich Live from the International Ruhr Festival.Dortmund (Germany) 2005Biography Praised by musicians, audiences, and music critics as a rising "tour de force" in the classical music scene, Géza Hosszu-Legocky's critical acclaim culminated with the nomination of two Grammy® Awards, including the "Best Classical Music Album 2005" and "Best Chamber Music Recording 2005" for his recording of the Schumann Violin Sonata in A minor and other chamber music works with an all-star cast including Martha Argerich, Maxim Vengerov, Lilya Zilberstein, and Gabriela Montero on EMI Classics recorded in 2004. In 2003, he released his first EMI Classics recording performing traditional Hungarian Gypsy music with his ensemble "The 5 DeVils". Known for his passionate and fiery interpretations of classical, jazz, and Hungarian gypsy music, he first made his public debut at the age of 9 on Austrian Television "ORF". Since then, he has performed with the National Hungarian Orchestra of Budapest and performed in Argentina, France, Germany, Spain, Japan, Italy, and the USA. As a guest soloist, he has been invited to perform with the major orchestras and ensembles throughout the world including the Orchestre Philharmonique de Radio France with Myung-Whun Chung, NHK Orchestra in Tokyo with Charles Dutoit, and the Kremerata Baltica with Gidon Kremer. His regular chamber music partners include Martha Argerich, Gautier ...