Berlin: E. Bieber, [blindstamped 1894].
Image 5-5/8"" x 4" (144 x 103 mm.). Laid down to publisher's mount.
A sensitive portrait.
Ysaÿe's playing influenced three generations of violinists... The wonderful sound, his technique (including the variety of his vibrato) and his interpretation were captivating; he was also well liked for his personality, which was marked by generosity, a sense of solidarity with other musicians and an unquenchable appetite for life. Ysaÿe was long regarded as important in the development of the modern style of violin playing. He also represented a synthesis of the qualities of Franco-Belgian violin playing before virtuosity became an end in itself."
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