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  1. Mi·scha [mee-shuh], /ˈmi ʃə/, 1891–1967, U.S. violinist, born in Russia.

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How to use Elman in a sentence

  • Someone flagged the question to Zamir, who reached out and connected Elman with one of Nana’s online teaching technicians.

  • The Mejdi tour was the first time Tel Aviv University student Tamar Elman had heard guides debate such contentious issues.

    Jaffa: A Tale Of Two Lands | Lauren Gelfond Feldinger | February 16, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
  • "Yes, I believe in transcriptions for the violin—with certain provisos," said Mr. Elman, in reply to another question.

    Violin Mastery | Frederick H. Martens
  • One need only listen to Ysaye, Elman, Kreisler: artists such as these employ the quick, intense vibrato with ideal effect.

    Violin Mastery | Frederick H. Martens
  • Elman, like every great virtuoso of his caliber, is influenced in his revisions by the manner in which he himself does things.

    Violin Mastery | Frederick H. Martens
  • Mischa Elman has told me he never practices; Leo Ornstein, on the other hand, spends hours every day at the piano.

    The Merry-Go-Round | Carl Van Vechten
  • Said the Chair would now be glad to hear suggestions from any gen'Elman present.

    Sundry Accounts | Irvin S. Cobb