Jul 18, 2014
Nov 10, 2005

Dr. Joachim

Dr. Joachim


William Strang

(British, 1859-1921)


Mr. and Mrs. Lewis B. Williams Collection 1946.369

Catalogue raisonné: David Strang 108



Joseph Joachim, a Hungarian violinist, conductor, and composer, was widely regarded as one of the most significant violinists of the 19th century. A protégé of Felix Mendelssohn, Joachim later served Franz Liszt as concertmaster. He was a close friend of Johannes Brahms and Robert Schumann, and frequently performed with Clara Schumann.

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