Film, Video A Fiddler's Tale
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- A Fiddler's Tale
- Pianist and art collector Annette Kaufman (1914-2016) discusses her husband Louis Kaufman (1905-1994) in advance of their book, "A Fiddler's Tale: How Hollywood and Film Music Discovered Me." Topics include Louis Kaufman's childhood, how he got his start in film music, and professional relationships he had with composers and other artists.
- Event Date
- July 31, 2003
- - Annette Kaufman, a pianist and wife of Louis Kaufman, the most recorded violinist in history, shared her husband's passion for music, art, and theater as they traveled the globe on performance tours. Until her passing in 2016, she continued to carry forward their joint vision in the completion of this book and in her support for the arts.
- Running Time
- 54 minutes 41 seconds
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