Kreisler

[ US /ˈkɹaɪsɫɝ/ ]
NOUN
  1. United States violinist (born in Austria) (1875-1962)
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How To Use Kreisler In A Sentence

  • Althoff grew up next to an old Bakelite Kreisler radiogram.
  • Despite the serious nature of the expertise shared by the lifesavers, Moreton College's Rob Kreisler said the exchange visit was also a chance to build friendships across the Atlantic.
  • One of the "dreamiest" interpretations I have heard, it seems as if our two principals set out to inscribe the most gorgeously "Viennese" realization we have had since the days of Fritz Kreisler. Audiophile Audition Headlines
  • Consistent vibrato was invented by Fritz Kreisler well into the twentieth century.
  • His elegant rendition of Rachmaninov's version of Fritz Kreisler's Liebesfreud was a charming encore.
  • The "Melodie" became a favorite of violinist Fritz Kreisler. Archive 2006-11-01
  • Still, this is, in the end, an above average Kreisleriana, especially effective in the more lyrical music.
  • _ He finds out from the reporter that these two fellers has got a piece-work wage-scale for playing on the fiddle of five dollars a note, net cash, and he says that both of them is wonderful fiddlers, y'understand, but that to his mind Kreisler plays with more of the artistic temperature than Zimbalist, or if he doesn't actually say so, y'understand, the reporter goes back to his newspaper and _says_ he said so, and the consequence is that when in next Sunday's paper Rosenbaum reads, Potash and Perlmutter Settle Things
  • Kreisler excepted, no other violinist could so quickly transform a tender mood into a dramatically intense one.
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