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Fritz Kreisler. Early Recordings (1924 - 1927): Brahms, Mozart, Mendelssohn-Kreisler, Schumann-Kreisler, Bach (APE)
14.09.2013, 19:00

О Фрице Крейслере см. например здесь.

О Лео Блехе  см. например здесь.


О Лэндоне Роналде см. например здесь.


Фотографии Арпада Шандора я, к сожалению, не нашел.

Arpád Sándor (June 05, 1896, Budapest - February 10, 1972, Budapest) was an important Hungarian pianist, widely known as an accompanist to great international singers and violinists.

He was a student at the Royal Academy of Music in Budapest, where he studied composition with Zoltán Kodály and piano with Béla Bartók. He graduated in 1922.


His first trip to the United States was in 1922, when he toured as an accompanist. He worked as an arts journalist and critic for the Berliner Tageblatt magazine. When Hitler seized power in Germany in 1933, Sándor left for the United States that same year. There he frequently toured with Lily Pons, Jascha Heifetz, and many others, and recorded with Fritz Kreisler.


He became a naturalized US citizen in 1943. He was the cousin of Hungarian-American pianist György Sándor.

Joseph Stevenson, All Music Guide


На фотографии - Михаэль Раухайзен и великая немецкая певица Элизабет Шварцкопф.

Michael Raucheisen (9 February 1889, Rain am Lech - 27 May 1984, Beatenberg,) was a German pianist and song accompanist.

Music was inherited, for the young Michael. His father, by vocation a master-glazier, was organist, church choir leader and musical pedagogue. The musical development of his only son was so important to the family that they left the small town in which they lived.

From 1902 Raucheisen lived in Munich, and from 1920 until the end of his pianistic activity in 1958, in Berlin. He studied at the Munich High School for Music. Around 1906 he played first violin at the Prinzregententheater and was organist in St. Michael. In 1912 he founded the musical Matinees which have become famous.


From the beginning of the 1920s until the end of the Second World War he was song accompanist for many singers, including Frida Leider, Erna Berger, Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, Karl Schmitt-Walter, Karl Erb and Helge Rosvaenge, to mention only a few of many. As an innovation he played his accompaniments with the piano lid open, in order to obtain a better tonal balance between the voice and the instrument. In 1933, following her divorce from Karl Erb, he married the soprano Maria Ivogün. From 1933 he strove to create a complete catalogue of German language songs on gramophone recordings, for which, from 1940, he became head of the departmentment of Song and Chamber-music at the Berlin Rundfunk, for the organization of the studios there. After the War he was banned from his work for some years on account of his possible collaboration with the Nazi regime, and afterwards he appeared only occasionally in public. In 1958 after a very successful tour with Elisabeth Schwarzkopf, he returned to private life and migrated with his wife Ivogün to Switzerland. On the occasion of his 95th birthday he was, on 10 January 1984, granted the Free Citizenship of the town of Rain. Michael Raucheisen and his wife (who died in 1987) are buried in the municipal cemetery of Rain.



J. Brahms.


Concerto for Violin and Orchestra in D Major, op. 77:

(Information: press)


1. Allegro ma non troppo

2. Adagio

3. Allegro giocoso, ma non troppo vivace


Fritz Kreisler, violin

Berlin State Opera Orchestra

Conductor: Leo Blech

Rec. 21,23,25 November 1927, Berlin



F. Mendelssohn – F. Kreisler.


Lied ohne Worte op. 62 No. 1.

(Information: press)


Fritz Kreisler, violin

Arpád Sándor, piano

Rec. 14 December 1926, Berlin



R. Schumann – F. Kreisler.


Romanze in A Major, op. 94 No. 2.

(Information: press)


Fritz Kreisler, violin

Michael Raucheisen, piano

Rec. 13 December 1927, Berlin



W.-A. Mozart.


Concerto for Violin and Orchestra No. 4 in D Major, K. 218:

(Information: press)


1. Allegro

2. Andante cantabile

3. Andante grazioso - Allegro ma non troppo


Fritz Kreisler, violin

Symphony Orchestra

Conductor: Landon Ronald

Rec. 1 & 2 December 1924, Hayes



J.-S. Bach.


Sonata No. 1 for solo Violin, excerpt:

(Information: press)


1. Adagio


Fritz Kreisler, violin

Rec. 16 December 1926, Berlin


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