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Fritz Kreisler

Fritz Kreisler (1875–1962), an Austrian-born child prodigy, was popularly regarded as one of the greatest violinists of his time and also achieved renown as a composer and arranger. He began his recording career with the British Gramophone & Typewriter Company in 1904, and in 1910 he began a long association with Victor Records.

The following recordings featuring Fritz Kreisler are available in the National Jukebox:

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  Artist Role Title Description Primary Performer(s) Date
Instrumentalist - Violin Concerto for two violins Violin duet, with string ensemble Fritz Kreisler; Efrem Zimbalist 1915-01-04
Instrumentalist - Violin Concerto for two violins Violin duet, with string ensemble Fritz Kreisler; Efrem Zimbalist 1915-01-04
Instrumentalist - Violin Concerto for two violins Violin duet, with string ensemble Fritz Kreisler; Efrem Zimbalist 1915-01-04
Instrumentalist - Violin Berceuse Violin solo, with piano Fritz Kreisler 1912-12-23
Instrumentalist - Violin Serenade Tenor vocal solo, with piano and violin John McCormack 1916-05-10
Instrumentalist - Violin Barcarolle Tenor vocal solo, with piano and violin John McCormack 1916-05-10
Instrumentalist - Violin Angel's serenade Tenor vocal solo, with violin obligato and piano John McCormack 1914-03-25
Instrumentalist - Violin Le Nil Tenor vocal solo, with violin obligato and piano John McCormack 1914-03-25
Instrumentalist - Violin Ave Maria Tenor vocal solo, with violin obligato and piano John McCormack 1914-03-25
Instrumentalist - Violin Flirtation Tenor vocal solo, with violin and piano John McCormack 1915-06-10