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Mischa Elman

Mischa Elman (1891–1967) was a Russian-born violin virtuoso whose popularity rivaled that of Fritz Kreisler and Jascha Heifetz. He was known for his sweet, full tone and as an interpreter of Mozart, Beethoven, and works of the romantic era. He began a long association with Victor Records in 1908 and continued recording well into the LP era.

The following recordings featuring Mischa Elman are available in the National Jukebox:

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  Artist Role Title Description Primary Performer(s) Date
Instrumentalist - Violin Les deux serenades Tenor vocal solo, with violin and piano Enrico Caruso 1915-02-06
Instrumentalist - Violin Ave Maria Tenor vocal solo, with violin obligato and piano Enrico Caruso 1913-03-20
Instrumentalist - Violin Elegie Tenor vocal solo, with piano and violin obligato Enrico Caruso 1913-03-20
Instrumentalist - Violin Preislied Violin solo, with piano Mischa Elman 1910-04-06
Instrumentalist - Violin Prize song Violin solo, with piano Mischa Elman 1915-12-31
Instrumentalist - Violin Fantasie from garden scene Violin solo, with piano Mischa Elman 1919-11-11
Instrumentalist - Violin Tes yeux! Soprano vocal solo, with violin and piano Frances Alda 1915-03-15
Instrumentalist - Violin Walzer Violin solo, with piano Mischa Elman 1913-04-23
Instrumentalist - Violin Si vous l'aviez compris Tenor vocal solo, with violin and piano Enrico Caruso 1915-02-06
Instrumentalist - Violin Meditation Violin solo, with piano Mischa Elman 1919-11-10