Wieniawski, like nearly all the great performers, showed his talent while very young.
Lipinski, Wieniawski, and Lotto were all educated in the Paris school.
He remained in Brussels until 1877, when, Vieuxtemps becoming convalescent, Wieniawski set forth once more on his travels.
But that was at Wieniawski's wedding, and I suppose the darts of Cupid were flying about.
Three violinists abide clear in my recollection: Wieniawski, Wilhelmj, and Ysaye.
Wieniawski, I have read, could only play his staccati at a high rate of speed.
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Wieniawski, greatly surprised, replied: "Oh, when I play upon it it will regain its tone."
He is not as good as Wieniawski, and can't be named in the same breath with Ole Bull.
At the Petrograd Conservatory, where Wieniawski preceded me, there were hundreds of free scholarships available.