Definition of Fritz Kreisler
1. Noun. United States violinist (born in Austria) (1875-1962).
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1. Success in Music and how it is Won by Henry Theophilus Finck, Ignace Jan Paderewski (1909)
"Fritz Kreisler In the closing paragraph of his essay, On Conducting, Richard Wagner sneers at Joachim and declares that he has no use for violinists except ..."
2. Violin Mastery: Talks with Master Violinists and Teachers, Comprising by Frederick Herman Martens (1919)
"... IX Fritz Kreisler PERSONALITY IN ART THE influence of the artist's personality in his art finds a most striking exemplification in the case of Fritz ..."
3. The Acorn: An Illustrated Quarterly Magazine Devoted to Literature and Art (1906)
"... Fritz Kreisler: A MINIATURE. g at [MOTION is Kreisler's charm: he has extraordinary facility and felicity in feeling. Wherefore one is led to think that ..."
4. The Aeolian Pipe-organ and Its Music by Aeolian Company (1919)
"KREISLER, FRITZ Fritz Kreisler (1875- ). The name of Kreisler is one to conjure with. In the past few years this famous violinist has risen to tremendous ..."