At last it's here: Isaac Stern! 'Isaac Stern' (, ; 21 July 1920 – 22 September 2001) was a Soviet-born fiddler and conductor. He was famous for his recordings and aimed at finding spic-and-span melodic aptitude. This book is your ultimate resource for Isaac Stern. Here you will find the most up-to-date 139 Success Facts, Information, and much more.
In easy to read chapters, with extensive references and links to get you to know all there is to know about Isaac Stern's Early life, Career and Personal life right away.
A quick look inside: Henri Dutilleux - Stature and tributes, Moanalua High School - Symphony Orchestra, Alexander Zakin, Isaac Stern - Ties to Israel, Grammy Awards of 1965 - Classical, Paul Simon - Philanthropy, Baltimore Symphony Orchestra - Performances/Tours, Jean-Pierre Rampal - Post-war success, North Carolina School of the Arts - Robert Suderburg, San Francisco Symphony - Guests, Phoenix Symphony, Sony Classical, Alexander Zakin - Career, Calcutta School of Music, Porgy and Bess - Songs, Charles Mingus - Personality and temper, Lea Salonga - 2004–2007: International venture, soundtracks for Disney's Aladdin and Mulan, From Mao to Mozart: Isaac Stern in China, Grammy Awards of 1982 - Classical, Pablo Casals - Partial discography, Jaime Laredo - Competitions, prizes, and awards, Tonight We Sing - Cast, Jian Wang (cellist), The Mouse That Jack Built - Plot, Tablo - 1980ndash;2003: Early life and career beginnings, Eugene Istomin - Awards and recognitions, Stravinsky - Awards, 1973 in music - January–April, History of the Jews in Ukraine - Ukrainian-born American Jews, Wilhelm Furtwängler - Post World War II, Jerusalem Music Centre - History, Samuel Zygmuntowicz, Louis Persinger, Steinway - Recent history, David Golub - Biography, Grammy Awards of 1971 - Classical, Jean-Pierre Rampal - Radio, Fiddler on the Roof (film) - Production, and much more...
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