Humphrey Burton CBE Menuhin: A Life

ISBN 13: 9780571325320

Menuhin: A Life

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An important reappraisal of the last century's greatest violinist by the doyen of musical biographers. ( Observer)

Highly readable and timely ...Burton places himself at arm's length, dealing frankly with the failings and difficulties, musical and domestic, as well as the successes, of the man who was probably the most famous "classical" musician of the twentieth century. ( Sunday Times)

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Since 2000, when this biography was first published, Menuhin's name has not faded from public attention, as often happens in the decades after the death of a popular performing artist. Far from it: the centenary of his birth, April 22, 1916, is being marked by celebrations around the world.

Yehudi Menuhin was born in New York of Russian Jewish immigrants. Prodigiously gifted, the 'Miracle Boy' gave his first solo recital aged eight and within five years was world-famous.

Menuhin was a visionary individualist, who didn't mind shocking the establishment. His post-war support for the conductor Wilhelm Furtwängler, and his determination to build bridges with the defeated German nation, brought him into sharp conflict with the Jewish establishment and DPs in Berlin. Later he spoke out against apartheid in South Africa and denounced the Soviet Union's oppressive policy towards writers and dissidents.

Drawing on contemporary sources, unpublished family correspondence and radio interviews, Burton creates a compelling portrait of an extraordinary human being - one of the best-loved classical musicians of the twentieth century.

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Humphrey Burton
Verlag: London Faber & Faber Dez 2015 (2015)
ISBN 10: 0571325327 ISBN 13: 9780571325320
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Buchbeschreibung London Faber & Faber Dez 2015, 2015. Taschenbuch. Buchzustand: Neu. 216x136x46 mm. Neuware - Since 2000, when this biography was first published, Menuhin's name has not faded from public attention, as often happens in the decades after the death of a popular performing artist. Far from it: the centenary of his birth, April 22, 1916, is being marked by celebrations around the world. Yehudi Menuhin was born in New York of Russian Jewish immigrants. Prodigiously gifted, the 'Miracle Boy' gave his first solo recital aged eight and within five years was world-famous. Menuhin was a visionary individualist, who didn't mind shocking the establishment. His post-war support for the conductor Wilhelm Furtwängler, and his determination to build bridges with the defeated German nation, brought him into sharp conflict with the Jewish establishment and DPs in Berlin. Later he spoke out against apartheid in South Africa and denounced the Soviet Union's oppressive policy towards writers and dissidents. Drawing on contemporary sources, unpublished family correspondence and radio interviews, Burton creates a compelling portrait of an extraordinary human being - one of the best-loved classical musicians of the twentieth century. 592 pp. Englisch. Artikel-Nr. 9780571325320

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