So is Kreisler, one of the greatest artists, who studied in Vienna and Paris.
It was Kreisler's Tambourin Chinois that the student played.
Don't forget you are lunching here on the 16th and that we are going to hear Kreisler together.
Kreisler too is made to talk of stabbing himself with a gigantic Fifth.
What need to add that his conception of Beethoven is neither as lovely as Kreisler's nor as fascinating as Ysaye's?
Kneisel insists on what he calls a 'musical trill,' of which Kreisler's beautiful trill is a perfect example.
Kreisler has a certain sparkling scintillance in his playing that is his only.
In reply to another query Mr. Kreisler reverted to the days when as a boy he studied at the Vienna Conservatory.
Mr. Kreisler's style is in sharp contrast with Mr. Kubelik's.
As Mr. Kreisler intimated with regard to technic, practice calls for brain power.