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April 09, 2008

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Moominpapa

That was wonderful - thank you. I see now why his bowing style was legendary, and is considered to still be unmatched, even by Itzahk Perlman. It was Perlman who told the following little story, when we heard him in concert...

"When Fritz Kreisler first heard Jascha Heifetz, he said to Efrem Zimbalist, who was then the first violinist of the New York Philharmonic, 'We can both just break our fiddles over our knees.'"

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