Joseph Joachim (June 28, 1831 – August 15, 1907) (IPA: /ˈjoʊɑːxɪːm/) was a Hungarian violinist, conductor, composer and teacher. Events 1098 - Fighters of the First Crusade defeat Kerbogha of Mosul. Year 1831 ( MDCCCXXXI) was a Common year starting on Saturday (link will display the full calendar of the Gregorian Calendar (or a Events 778 - The Battle of Roncevaux Pass, at which Roland is killed Year 1907 ( MCMVII) was a Common year starting on Tuesday (link will display the full calendar of the Gregorian calendar (or a Common year Hungarians (or Magyars, magyarok are an Ethnic group primarily associated with Hungary. The following lists of violinists are available List of classical violinists, names of great violinist from baroque era till 20th century Conducting is the act of directing a Musical performance by way of visible gestures A composer (literally meaning 'one who puts together' is a person who creates Music, usually in the medium of notation, for Interpretation and Performance He is regarded as one of the most influential violinists of all time. The following lists of violinists are available List of classical violinists, names of great violinist from baroque era till 20th century
Joseph Joachim was born in Kittsee (Kopčany / Köpcsény), near Bratislava and Eisenstadt, in today's Burgenland area of Austria. Kittsee is an Austrian municipality in the District of Neusiedl am See, Burgenland. ARTICLE TEXT BEGINS AFTER THESE COMMENTS - PLEASE READ 1 Please do not edit the lead without reading Eisenstadt (Kismarton Železna Kapla Željezno is a City in Austria, the state capital of Burgenland. Burgenland ( Croatian Gradišće, Slovenian Gradiščansko, Hungarian Várvidék, Őrvidék or Felsőőrvidék He was the seventh of eight children born to Julius and Fanny Joachim. His father was a wool merchant. Joachim was born Jewish, and spent his infancy as a member of the Kittsee Kehilla (Jewish community), one of Hungary's prominent Sheva Kehillot (Hebrew: Seven Communities) under the protectorate of the Esterházy family. A kehilla or kehillah (קהילה Hebrew: "community" is a Jewish Community.
Joseph Joachim's birth house in Kittsee.
In 1833 his family moved to Pest, where he studied violin with Stanislaus Serwaczynski, the concertmaster of the opera in Pest. Year 1833 ( MDCCCXXXIII) was a Common year starting on Tuesday (link will display the full calendar of the Gregorian Calendar (or a Common Pest (ˈpɛʃt Slovak: Pešť, Croatian: Pešta, Serbian: Пешта / Pešta is the eastern mostly flat part of Budapest (Serwaczynski later moved to Lublin, Poland, where he taught Wieniawski). Henryk Wieniawski ( July 10, 1835 Lublin, Congress Poland, Russian Empire - March 31, 1880 Moscow) In 1839, Joachim continued his studies in Vienna (briefly with Miska Hauser and Georg Hellmesberger, Sr. Vienna ( in Wien; see also other names) is the Capital of Austria, and is also one of the nine States of Austria. ; finally —and most significantly — with Joseph Böhm). Joseph Böhm ( April 4, 1795 &ndash March 28, 1876) was a Violinist and Teacher. He was taken by his cousin, Fanny Wittgenstein (grandmother of the philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein) to live and study in Leipzig, where he became a protégé of Felix Mendelssohn. This sort of fix restores section edit linkpoints to where they belong Jakob Ludwig Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy, born and generally known as Felix Mendelssohn (February 3 1809 &ndash November 4 1847 was a German Composer In his début performance in the Leipzig Gewandhaus he played the Otello Fantasy by Heinrich Wilhelm Ernst. The Gewandhausorchester Leipzig ( Leipzig Gewandhaus Orchestra) is a famous German Orchestra based in Leipzig, Germany. Heinrich Wilhelm Ernst ( January, 1814 &ndash October 8, 1865) was a Moravian - Jewish Violinist, violist The twelve-year-old Joachim's 1844 performance of the Beethoven Violin Concerto in London (under Mendelssohn's baton) was a triumph, and helped to establish that work in the repertory. Ludwig van Beethoven 's Violin Concerto in D major Op 61, was written in 1806. London ( ˈlʌndən is the capital and largest urban area in the United Kingdom. Joachim remained a favorite with the English public for the rest of his career.
Joseph Joachim's signature.
Following Mendelssohn's death, Joachim stayed briefly in Leipzig, teaching at the Conservatorium and playing on the first desk of the Gewandhaus Orchestra with Ferdinand David. Ferdinand David (January 20 1810 in Hamburg – July 19 1873 in Klosters) was a German Virtuoso Violinist and Composer In 1848, Franz Liszt took up residence in Weimar, determined to re-establish the town's reputation as the Athens of Germany. Weimar (ˈvaɪmaʁ is a City in Germany. It is located in the Bundesland of Thuringia (Thüringen north of the Thüringer Wald, Athens (ˈæθənz Αθήνα Athina,) the Capital and largest city of Greece, dominates the Attica periphery as one of the world's There, he gathered a circle of young avante-garde disciples, vocally opposed to the conservatism of the Leipzig circle. Joachim was amongst the first of these. He served Liszt as concertmaster, and for several years enthusiastically embraced the new "psychological music", as he called it. In 1852 he moved to Hanover, at the same time dissociating himself from the musical ideals of the 'New German School' (Liszt, Richard Wagner, Hector Berlioz, and their followers, as defined by journalist Franz Brendel) and instead making common cause with Robert Schumann, Clara Schumann and Johannes Brahms. Hanover (i ( haˈnoːfɐ on the river Leine, is the capital of the federal state of Lower Saxony ( Niedersachsen Robert Schumann, sometimes given as Robert Alexander Schumann (June 8 1810 &ndash July 29 1856 was a German Composer, Aesthete and influential Music critic Clara Josephine Wieck Schumann (September 13 1819 &ndash May 20 1896 was a German musician one of the most distinguished Pianists of the Romantic era, as Johannes Brahms ( pronounced ˈbʁaːms (May 7 1833 &ndash April 3 1897 was a German Composer His break with Liszt became final in August of 1857, when Joachim wrote to his former mentor: "I am completely out of sympathy with your music; it contradicts everything which from early youth I have taken as mental nourishment from the spirit of our great masters. "
Joseph and Amalie Joachim.
Joachim's time in Hanover was his most prolific period of composition. During this time, he frequently performed with Clara Schumann and with Brahms, both in private and in public. In 1860 Brahms and Joachim jointly wrote a manifesto against the "progressive" music of the 'New German' School, in reaction to the polemics of Brendel's Neue Zeitschrift für Musik. Die Neue Zeitschrift für Musik (English - New Journal of Music was a music magazine published in Leipzig, founded by Robert Schumann. This manifesto met with a mixed reception, being heavily derided by followers of Wagner.
On May 10, 1863 Joachim married the contralto Amalie Schneeweiss (stage name: Amalie Weiss) (1839-99). Events 1291 - Scottish Nobles recognize the authority of Edward I of England. Year 1863 ( MDCCCLXIII) was a Common year starting on Thursday (link will display the full calendar of the Gregorian calendar (or a Common Year 1839 ( MDCCCXXXIX) was a Common year starting on Tuesday (link will display the full calendar of the Gregorian Calendar (or a Common Year 1899 ( MDCCCXCIX) was a Common year starting on Sunday (link will display the full calendar of the Gregorian calendar (or a Common Amalie gave up her own promising career as an opera singer and gave birth to six children. She did continue to perform in oratorios and to give lieder recitals. An oratorio is a large Musical composition including an Orchestra, a Choir, and soloists The oratorio was somewhat modeled after the Opera de Lied (plural de Lieder) (liːt plural) is a German word meaning literally " Song " among English speakers however the word A recital is a Musical ( Vocal or instrumental Performance. It can highlight a single performer sometimes accompanied by Piano, or In 1865 Joseph quit the service of the King of Hanover in protest, when the King refused to advance one of the orchestral players (Jakob Grün) because of the latter's Jewish birth. Year 1865 ( MDCCCLXV) was a Common year starting on Sunday (link will display the full calendar of the Gregorian calendar (or a Common year  In 1866, Joachim moved to Berlin, where he became founding director of the Royal Academy of Music. Berlin is the capital city and one of sixteen states of Germany. There, he founded an orchestra, and, in 1869, the Joachim String Quartet, which quickly gained a reputation as Europe's finest. Year 1869 ( MDCCCLXIX) is a Common year starting on Friday (link will display the full calendar of the Gregorian calendar (or a Common year A string quartet is a Musical ensemble of four String instruments &mdash usually two Violins a Viola and Cello &mdash or a piece
In 1884, Joachim and his wife separated after he became convinced that she was having an affair with the publisher Fritz Simrock. Year 1884 ( MDCCCLXXXIV) was a Leap year starting on Tuesday (link will display the full calendar of the Gregorian calendar (or a Leap year Friedrich August Simrock, better known as Fritz Simrock (January 2 1837 in Bonn – August 20 1901 in Ouchy) was a German music publisher who inherited Brahms, certain that Joachim's suspicions were groundless, wrote a sympathetic letter to Amalie, which she later produced as evidence in Joachim's divorce proceeding against her. This led to a cooling of Brahms and Joachim's friendship, which was not restored until some years later, when Brahms composed the Double concerto in A minor for violin and cello, Op. 102, as a peace offering to his old friend.
In Berlin on August 17, 1903, Joachim recorded five sides for The Gramophone & Typewriter Ltd (G&T), which remain a fascinating and valuable source of information about 19th-century styles of violin playing. Events 986 - A Byzantine army was destroyed in the pass of Trajan's Gate by the Bulgarians under the Comitopuli Year 1903 ( MCMIII) was a Common year starting on Thursday (link will display calendar of the Gregorian calendar or a Common year starting He is the earliest violinist of distinction known to have recorded.
Joachim's portrait was twice painted by Philip de Laszlo. Philip Alexius de László ( 30 April 1869 Budapest - 22 November 1937 London was a Hungarian painter known particularly for his portraits A portrait of Joachim was painted by John Singer Sargent and presented to him at the Jubilee celebration of his English debut in London in 1904. John Singer Sargent (January 12 1856 &ndash April 14 1925 was the most successful portrait painter of his era During his career he created roughly 900 oil paintings and more than Year 1904 ( MCMIV) was a Leap year starting on Friday (link will display calendar of the Gregorian calendar (or a Leap year starting on
Joachim remained in Berlin until his death from actinomycosis in 1907. Actinomycosis (ak-tuh-nuh-my-KOH-sihs, is a rare infectious Bacterial disease of humans generally caused by Actinomyces israelii,
- Joachim: Romance in C Major Op. 20 (played by composer). Ref 047906. Matrix 218y.
- Bach: 1st Sonata for Violin in G Minor BWV 1001: Prelude. Ref 047903. Matrix 204y.
- Bach: 1st Partita for Violin B Minor BWV 1022: Bourree. Ref 047904. Matrix 205y.
- Brahms: Hungarian Dance WoO 1: No 1. Ref 037904, Matrix 219i (French pressing).
- Brahms: Hungarian Dance WoO 1: No 2. Ref 037905, Matrix 217i (French pressing).
- Brahms: Hungarian Dance WoO 1: No 1. Ref 047904, Matrix 219y (German pressing).
- Brahms: Hungarian Dance WoO 1: No 2. Ref 047905, Matrix 217y (German pressing).
Original pressings are single-sided and have a flat red G&T label. Later reeditions have a black G&T label (or, from 1909, a label showing the 'His Master's Voice' trade-mark), and those made for the German market are double-sided. His Master's Voice, today usually abbreviated to HMV, is a famous Trademark in the music business and for many years was the name of a large record label They are better in quality.
Joachim's grave in Berlin.
Among the most notable of Joachim's achievements were the revivals of Johann Sebastian Bach's Sonate e Partite per violino solo, BWV 1001-1006, and particularly of Ludwig van Beethoven's Violin concerto in D major, Op. WikipediaWikiProject Composers#Lead section.2 This article is written in British English including maximised use of "-ise" Sonatas and Partitas for solo violin ( BWV 1001&ndash1006 form a set of six works composed by Johann Sebastian Bach: three sonatas in four movements Ludwig van Beethoven ( English ˈlʊdvɪg væn ˈbeɪtoʊvən, 16 December 1770 &ndash 26 March 1827 was a German Composer and Pianist. 61. Joachim was among the first to play the Mendelssohn violin concerto, which he studied with the composer. Felix Mendelssohn 's Violin Concerto in E minor Op 64 is his last large orchestral work Joachim played a pivotal role in the career of Johannes Brahms, and remained a tireless advocate of Brahms's compositions through all the vicissitudes of their friendship. He conducted the English premiere of Brahms's Symphony No. 1 in C minor. The Symphony No 1 in C minor Op 68 is a Symphony written by Johannes Brahms.
A number of Joachim's composer colleagues, such as Robert Schumann, Johannes Brahms, Max Bruch, and Antonín Dvořák composed concerti with Joachim in mind, many of which entered the standard repertory. Robert Schumann, sometimes given as Robert Alexander Schumann (June 8 1810 &ndash July 29 1856 was a German Composer, Aesthete and influential Music critic Johannes Brahms ( pronounced ˈbʁaːms (May 7 1833 &ndash April 3 1897 was a German Composer Max Christian Friedrich Bruch (January 6 1838 &ndash October 2 1920 also known as Max Karl August Bruch was a German Romantic Composer and conductor Antonín Leopold Dvořák ( (often pronounced in English as; DVOR-zhahk; September 8 1841 – May 1 1904 was a Czech composer of Romantic music, who employed Nevertheless, Joachim's solo repertoire remained relatively restricted. Despite his close friendship with Brahms, Joachim performed the Brahms Concerto (D major, Op. Johannes Brahms wrote his Violin Concerto in D major Op 77 in 1878 for his friend the violinist Joseph Joachim, who was the dedicatee 77) only six times in his career. He never performed the Violin Concerto of Robert Schumann (D minor)--which Schumann wrote especially for him--or the violin concerto of Antonin Dvořák (A minor, Op. Robert Schumann ’s Violin Concerto in D minor, WoO 23 was his only violin concerto and one of his last significant compositions and one that remained unknown to Violin Concerto in A minor Op 53 (B108 is a concerto for violin and orchestra composed by Antonín Dvořák in 1879 53). The most unusual work written for Joachim was the 'F-A-E' Sonata, a collaboration between Schumann, Brahms, and Albert Dietrich, based upon the initials of Joachim's motto, Frei aber Einsam (free but lonely). Albert Hermann Dietrich ( 28 August 1829 – 20 November 1908) was a German Composer and conductor, remembered Although the sonata is rarely performed in its entirety, the third movement, the Scherzo in C minor, composed by Brahms, is still frequently played today.
Joachim's own compositions are less well known. He has a reputation as a composer of a short but distinguished catalogue of works. Among his compositions are various works for the violin (including three concerti) and overtures to Shakespeare's Hamlet and Henry IV. Overture ( French ouverture meaning opening in Music is the instrumental introduction to a Dramatic choral or occasionally He also wrote cadenzas for a number of other composers' concerti (including the Beethoven and Brahms concerti). In Music, a cadenza (Italian for cadence) is generically an improvised or written-out ornamental passage played or sung by a soloist or soloists usually His most highly regarded composition is his Hungarian concerto No 2 in D minor, Op 11. Violin Concerto No 2 in D Minor "in the Hungarian Manner" is a Romantic violin concerto written by violinist Joseph Joachim (1831-1907
The English poet Robert Bridges wrote a sonnet about Joachim in his first major work of poetry The Growth of Love . Robert Seymour Bridges, OM, ( 23 October 1844 &ndash 21 April 1930) was an The sonnet is one of the poetic forms that can be found in Lyric poetry from Europe.
- As a child, Joachim played a Guarneri del Gesù, which he gave to Felix Schumann after he acquired his first Stradivarius. Giuseppe Guarneri del Gesù ( August 21, 1698 &ndash October 17, 1744) is the only Luthier to rival Antonio Stradivari A Stradivarius is a Stringed instrument built by members of the Stradivari family particularly Antonio Stradivari.
- In his Hanover years, Joachim played on a Guadagnini made in the 1767. Giovanni Battista Guadagnini ( JB Guadagnini; Giambattista Guadagnini; June 23 1711 - September 18 1786) was an Italian 
- He later bought a 1714 Stradivarius, which he played until 1885. A Stradivarius is a Stringed instrument built by members of the Stradivari family particularly Antonio Stradivari. 
- He exchanged this instrument for a 1713 Stradivarius, which was later acquired by Robert von Mendelssohn and lent for life to Joachim's student Karl Klingler. A Stradivarius is a Stringed instrument built by members of the Stradivari family particularly Antonio Stradivari.
- A 1714 Stradivarius "de Barreau/Joachim" which he bought in 1881 and sold in 1897, later owned by Richard von Mendelssohn, Baron Knoop, and Karl Klingler. Baron Johann Knoop ( 22 July 1846, Moscow &ndash 1882 St Magnus) was a collector of musical instruments who possessed a total of 29 great violins violas .
- A 1698 Joachim Stradivarius is held by the Royal Academy of Music 
- A violin, the ex-Joachim Stradivarius of 1715 is currently held by the Collezione Civica del Comune di Cremona. The Royal Academy of Music in London, England, is a well known conservatoire and one of the leading music institutions in the world Cremonese redirects here For the football team see US Cremonese Cremona is a City in northern Italy, situated  It was presented to Joachim on the occasion of his Jubilee celebration in 1889.
- Another 1715 Stradivarius, the Joachim-Aranyi. 
- Another 1715 Stradivarius, later owned by George Eastman 
- A 1722 Stradivarius, later owned by Burmester, Mischa Elman and Josef Suk. George Eastman ( July 12, 1854 – March 14, 1932) founded the Eastman Kodak Company and invented Roll film, helping to Mikhail Saulovich 'Mischa' Elman ( January 20, 1891 &ndash April 5, 1967) was a Ukrainian -born violinist famed for his passionate Josef Suk (4 January 1874 &ndash 29 May 1935 was a Czech Composer and Violinist Life Suk was born in Křečovice. 
- Another 1722 Stradivarius, also owned by the Mendelssohn family. 
- A 1723 Stradivarius 
- A 1725 Stradivarius, later owned by Norbert Brainin  Currently played by Rainer Küchl.
- A 1727 Stradivarius, currently owned by Suntory, Ltd. 
- The Ex Joachim, Joseph Vieland Viola by Gasparo da Salo, Brescia, before 1609 is held by the Shrine to Music No. Gasparo da Salò ( May 20 1540 - April 14 1609) is the name given to Gasparo di Bertolotti one of the earliest violin makers of which 3368 , 
- According to the Henley Atlas of Violin Makers, during the time he spent in France, Joachim performed on a violin made by French luthier Charles Jean Baptiste Collin-Mezin. Charles Jean Baptiste Collin-Mezin (1841-1923 was a distinguished French maker of Violins, Violas, Cellos, basses and bows
- A violin by Francesco Ruggeri bearing the label Nicolaus Amati 
- Joachim also played a Guarneri del Gesu, loaned by the Wittgenstein family, perhaps a 1737 Guarneri del Gesu? 
- A Johannes Theodorus Cuypers anno 1807 was bought by Joachim in the mid 19th century and taken on tour throughout Europe. Amati is the name of a family of Italian Violin makers who flourished at Cremona from about 1549 to 1740 Giuseppe Guarneri del Gesù ( August 21, 1698 &ndash October 17, 1744) is the only Luthier to rival Antonio Stradivari Giuseppe Guarneri del Gesù ( August 21, 1698 &ndash October 17, 1744) is the only Luthier to rival Antonio Stradivari There is also evidence that the instrument was played by Joachim in a recital in Paris a half century later, in 1895. The same instrument was also played by Fritz Kreisler in a 1955 Carnegie Hall concert. 
- A 1747 Pietro Guarneri 
- A 1767 Guadagnini 
- A 1775 Guadagnini 
- A Carlo Testore violin 
- Among Joachim's bows was a Tourte, previously owned by Ernst. François Xavier Tourte (1747 - 1835 was a Frenchman who though trained as a watchmaker soon changed to making bows for playing classical String Heinrich Wilhelm Ernst ( January, 1814 &ndash October 8, 1865) was a Moravian - Jewish Violinist, violist
- Op. 1, Andantino and Allegro scherzoso, for violin and piano (1848, dedicated to Joseph Böhm)
- Op. Year 1848 ( MDCCCXLVIII) was a Leap year starting on Saturday (link will display the full calendar of the Gregorian Calendar (or a Leap 2, Three Pieces, (circa 1848-1852), Romanze, Fantasiestück, Eine Frühlingsfantasie.
- Op. 3, Violin Concerto in One Movement, (G minor, dedicated to Franz Liszt) (1851)
- Op. 1851 ( MDCCCLI) was a Common year starting on Wednesday (link will display the full calendar of the Gregorian Calendar (or a Common year 4, "Hamlet" Overture (1853)
- Op. Year 1853 ( MDCCCLIII) was a Common year starting on Saturday (link will display the full calendar of the Gregorian Calendar (or a Common 5, Three Pieces for Violin and Piano: Lindenrauschen, Abendglocken, Ballade; (dedicated to Gisela von Arnim)
- Op. Gisela von Arnim ( August 30, 1827 – April 4, 1889) was a German writer mainly of Fairy tales Gisela was the youngest 6, "Demetrius" Overture (Herman Grimm, dedicated to Franz Liszt)
- Op. 7, "Henry IV" Overture (1854)
- Op. Year 1854 ( MDCCCLIV) was a Common year starting on Sunday (link will display the full calendar of the Gregorian Calendar (or a Common year 8, Overture to a Comedy by Gozzi (1854)
- Op. Year 1854 ( MDCCCLIV) was a Common year starting on Sunday (link will display the full calendar of the Gregorian Calendar (or a Common year 9, Hebrew Melodies, for Viola and Piano
- Op. 10, Variations, for Viola and Piano (circa 1860)
- Op. Year 1860 ( MDCCLX) was a Leap year starting on Sunday (link will display the full calendar of the Gregorian Calendar (or a Leap year starting 11, Violin Concerto No. 2 in D minor "in the Hungarian manner" (1861)
- Op. Violin Concerto No 2 in D Minor "in the Hungarian Manner" is a Romantic violin concerto written by violinist Joseph Joachim (1831-1907 Year 1861 ( MDCCCLXI) was a Common year starting on Tuesday (link will display the full calendar of the Gregorian calendar (or a Common 12, Notturno for Violin and Orchestra in A Major (1858)
- Violin Concerto No. Year 1858 ( MDCCCLVIII) was a Common year starting on Friday (link will display the full calendar of the Gregorian Calendar (or a Common 3 in G major (1875)
- Op. Year 1875 ( MDCCCLXXV) was a Common year starting on Friday (link will display the full calendar of the Gregorian calendar (or a Common 13, Elegiac Overture "In Memoriam Heinrich von Kleist" (ca. 1877)
- Op. Year 1877 ( MDCCCLXXVII) was a Common year starting on Monday (link will display the full calendar of the Gregorian calendar (or a Common 14, Szene der Marfa from Friedrich Schiller's unfinished drama "Demetrius" (ca. Johann Christoph Friedrich von Schiller krɪstɔf friːtʁɪç fɔn ʃɪləʁ/ʃɪlɐ (10 November 1759 9 May 1805 was a German Poet, Philosopher 1869)
- WoO, Ich hab' im Traum geweinet for voice and piano, pub. Wigand, 1854. Year 1854 ( MDCCCLIV) was a Common year starting on Sunday (link will display the full calendar of the Gregorian Calendar (or a Common year
- Scene from Schiller's Demetrius (1878)
- WoO, Rain, rain and sun, Merlin's Song (Tennyson), pub. Year 1878 ( MDCCCLXXVIII) was a Common year starting on Tuesday (link will display the full calendar of the Gregorian calendar (or a Common C. Kegan & Co. , 1880. Year 1880 ( MDCCCLXXX) was a Leap year starting on Thursday (link will display the full calendar of the Gregorian calendar (or a Leap year
- Melodrama zu einer Schillergedenkfeier (unpublished, autograph in Hamburg Staats- und Universitätsbibliothek)
- Overture in C major (Konzertouvertüre zum Geburtstag des Kaisers) (1896)
- Two Marches for orchestra
- Andantino in A minor, for violin and orchestra (also for violin and piano)
- Romance in B flat Major, for violin and piano
- Romance in C major, for violin and piano
- Variationen über ein irisches Elfenlied for piano
- Variations for Violin and Orchestra in E minor (dedicated to Pablo Sarasate, ca. Year 1896 ( MDCCCXCVI) was a Leap year starting on Wednesday (link will display the full calendar of the Gregorian Calendar (or a Leap year 1879)
Joachim also composed cadenzas for Beethoven, Concerto in D Major, op. Year 1879 ( MDCCCLXXIX) was a Common year starting on Wednesday (link will display the full calendar of the Gregorian calendar (or a Common 61; Brahms, Concerto in D Major, op. 77; Kreutzer, Concerto No. 19 in d minor; Mozart, Aria from Il re pastore, Concerto in D Major, K. 218, and Concerto in A Major, K 219; Rode, Concerto No. 10 in b minor, and Concerto No. 11 in D Major; Spohr, Concerto in a minor, op. 47 (Gesangsszene); Tartini, Sonata in g minor (Devil's Trill); and Viotti, Concerto No 22 in a minor. He also made a virtuosic transcription for violin and piano of all 21 of Brahms's Hungarian Dances. In addition, in 1855 he made a version for full orchestra of Schubert's Grand Duo in C major for piano duet (D. Year 1855 ( MDCCCLV) was a Common year starting on Monday (link will display the full calendar of the Gregorian Calendar (or a Common year 812), which many scholars at that time considered (probably incorrectly) to be a draft or piano reduction of a lost symphony.
He produced numerous editions of music, many in collaboration with Andreas Moser.
Joseph Joachim at age 53.
Recordings by Joseph Joachim (1903)
- J. S. Bach: Partita for Violin solo no 1 in B minor, BWV 1002: 7th movement, Tempo di Bourée, Joseph Joachim (Violin), Pearl Catalog: 9851 (also on Testament (749677132323)).
- Johannes Brahms: Hungarian Dances (21) for Piano 4 hands, WoO 1: no 1 in g minor (arr. Joachim), Joseph Joachim (Violin), Opal Recordings (also on Testament (749677132323)).
- Johannes Brahms Hungarian Dance no. 2 in d minor (arr. Joachim), Joseph Joachim (Violin), Grammophon Catalogue # 047905; HMV, D88.
- J. Joachim: Romance in C Major, Joseph Joachim (Violin), Pearl Catalog: 9851
Recordings of Joachim's Compositions
- Violin Concerto No. 2 in D minor, Op. 11 "In the Hungarian Style" Rachel Barton Pine (Violin), Carlos Kalmar (Conductor), Chicago Symphony Orchestra, Cedille Records: CDR 90000 068
- Violin Concerto No. Rachel Barton Pine (born October 11, 1974) is a Violinist from Chicago. Carlos Kalmar (born 1958 in Montevideo) is a Uruguayan conductor. The Chicago Symphony Orchestra ( CSO) is an American orchestra based in Chicago Illinois. Cedille Records is the Independent record label of The Chicago Classical Recording Foundation — a foundation dedicated to preserving Chicago’s rich musical heritage by documenting 2 in D minor, Op. 11 "In the Hungarian Style": Elmar Oliviera (Violin), Leon Botstein (Conductor), London Philharmonic, IMP
- Violin Concerto No. WikipediaWikiProject Classical music#Biographical_infoboxes --> Leon Botstein (born 1946 in Switzerland) is an American The London Philharmonic Orchestra ( LPO) based in London, is one of the major Orchestras of the United Kingdom, and is based in the Royal 2 in D minor, Op. 11 "In the Hungarian Style": Aaron Rosand (Violin), Louis de Froment (Conductor), Luxembourg Radio/Television Symphony Orchestra, Vox Catalog #: 5102
- Violin Concerto No. Aaron Rosand (born 15 March 1927) is an American Violinist He studied with Leon Sametini at the Chicago Musical College Louis de Froment ( December 5, 1921 &ndash August 19, 1994) was a French conductor. 3, Takako Nishizaki (Violin), Meir Minsky (Conductor), Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra, Naxos #: 8554733
- Hamlet Overture, Op. Violinist Takako Nishizaki was the first student to complete the Suzuki Method course at age nine WikipediaWikiProject Classical music#Biographical_infoboxes --> Meir Minsky (b The Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra (German Radio-Sinfonieorchester Stuttgart des SWR) is an Orchestra based in Stuttgart in Germany. 4, Meir Minsky (Conductor), Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra, Naxos #: 8554733
- Elegische Ouvertüre, Op. The Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra (German Radio-Sinfonieorchester Stuttgart des SWR) is an Orchestra based in Stuttgart in Germany. 13, Meir Minsky (Conductor), Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra, Naxos #: 8554733
- Andantino and Allegro scherzoso, Op. The Stuttgart Radio Symphony Orchestra (German Radio-Sinfonieorchester Stuttgart des SWR) is an Orchestra based in Stuttgart in Germany. 1: Andantino, Marat Bisengaliev (Violin), John Lenehan (Piano), Naxos #: 553026
- Romance in B flat major, Marat Bisengaliev (Violin), John Lenehan (Piano), Naxos #: 553026
- Hebrew melodies, Op. Marat Bisengaliev (born 1962 Kazakhstan) is a Kazakh Violinist and director of the West Kazakhstan Philharmonic Orchestra and TuranAlem Marat Bisengaliev (born 1962 Kazakhstan) is a Kazakh Violinist and director of the West Kazakhstan Philharmonic Orchestra and TuranAlem 9, Anna Barbara Dütschler (Viola), Marc Pantillon (Piano), Claves #: 9905
- Heinrich IV Overture, Op. 7 (2 pianos, arr. Johannes Brahms), Duo Egri-Pertis, Hungaroton #: 32003
- Variations for Viola and Piano, Op. Johannes Brahms ( pronounced ˈbʁaːms (May 7 1833 &ndash April 3 1897 was a German Composer 10 (Numerous recordings)
- Variations for Violin and Orchestra in E minor, Vilmos Szabadi (Violin), László Kovács (Conductor), North Hungarian Symphony Orchestra, Hungaroton #: 32185
Joseph Joachim and the young Franz von Vecsey. Vilmos Szabadi, sometimes referred to as Wilhelm Szabadi ( 1959 -) is one of the best known Hungarian Violinists Szabadi studied under Professor
Note the strongly incurving, arthritic first finger of his left hand. The chair in which he is sitting was a special present to him. He willed it to Donald Francis Tovey, and it is now owned by the University of Edinburgh Museum. 
- Leopold Auer, (1845—1930) Violinist and teacher, studied with Joachim in Hanover. Leopold Auer (In Hungarian Auer Lipót) ( June 7, 1845 – July 15, 1930) was a Hungarian Violinist, teacher
- Willy Burmester
- Will Marion Cook
- Carl Courvoisier (1846-1908), author of Technics of Violin Playing on Joachim's Method, London: The Strad Library, No. Willy Burmester ( 16 March, 1869, Hamburg - 16 January, 1933) was a German violinist Will Marion Cook (1869&ndash1944 was a composer and violinist from the United States. I, 1894.
- Sam Franko
- Carl Haliř (Pronounced: Halirsch; 1859-1909) German violinist, member of the Joachim Quartet. Sam Franko ( January 20, 1857 - May 6, 1937) was an American Violinist and conductor.
- Gustav Hille
- Willy Hess
- Jenő Hubay Violinist, composer. Willy Hess ( July 14, 1859 – February 17, 1939) was a German Violin virtuoso and violin teacher Jenő Hubay ( September 15 1858, Pest - March 12 1937) was an Hungarian Violinist, Composer and
- Bronisław Huberman, (1882-1947) 
- Karl Klingler Violinist of the Klingler Quartet and Joachim's successor at the Berlin Hochschule. Bronisław Huberman ( 19 December 1882 &ndash 16 June 1947) was a Jewish Polish Violinist He was known Klingler was the teacher of Shinichi Suzuki. Shin'ichi Suzuki (鈴木 鎮一 Suzuki Shin'ichi October 17, 1898 - January 26, 1998) was the creator of the international
- Joseph Kotek - Yosif / Josef. Russian violinist. (1855-1885)
- Pietro Melani
- W. J. Meyer (1853-1940)
- Andreas Moser (1859-1925) Violinist and assistant to Joachim. Moser wrote the first biography of Joachim. He helped recover original scores of J. S. Bach's Sonate e Partite per violino solo, and collaborated with him on numerous editions.
- Tivadar Nachèz, (Budapest 1859 - Lausanne 1930)
- Enrico Polo, (1868 - 1953).
- Maud Powell, (1867-1920), American violinist 
- Willibald Richter, (1860-1929), German-born English pianist, organist and teacher. Maud Powell ( August 22 1867 &ndash January 8 1920) was an American Violinist who gained international acclaim for her skill and Student, friend and accompanist of Joachim. Student of Haupt, Lebert, Liszt, Mischalek and Oscar. Founded College of Music at Leicester.
- Camillo Ritter, teacher of William Primrose
- Ossip Schnirlin, (? - 1937)
- Maria Soldat-Röger (1863-1955)
- Theodore Spiering, (1871-1925) American violinist. William Primrose CBE ( August 23, 1904 - May 1, 1982) was a Scottish violist and teacher probably the best Marie/Maria Soldat-Röger (b Graz ( Styria) March 25, 1863, d Theodore Bernays Spiering ( September 5, 1871 &ndash August 11, 1925) was an American Violinist, conductor and Born in St. Louis, lived in Chicago. Concertmaster (1909-1911), New York Philharmonic.
- Franz von Vecsey, ( Budapest,1893-1935 ) Studied with Hubay, then Joachim. Franz von Vecsey (Vecsey Ferenc ( March 23, 1893 - April 5, 1935) was a Hungarian Violinist and Composer. Dedicatee of the Sibelius violin concerto.
- Alfred Wittenberg
- Johannes Joachim and Andreas Moser (eds. ), Briefe von und an Joseph Joachim, 3 vols. , Berlin: Julius Bard, 1911-1913
- Andreas Moser (ed. ), Johannes Brahms im Briefwechsel mit Joseph Joachim, 2nd ed. , Berlin: Deutsche Brahms-Gesellschaft, 1912.
- Letters From and To Joseph Joachim, selected and translated by Nora Bickley with a preface by J. A. Fuller-Maitland, New York: Vienna House, 1972.
- Andreas Moser, Joseph Joachim: Ein Lebensbild, 2 vols. Berlin: Verlag der Deutschen Brahms-Gesellschaft, vol. 1: 1908; vol. 2: 1910.
- Andreas Moser, Joseph Joachim: A Biography, translated by Lilla Durham, introduction by J. A. Fuller Maitland, London: Philip Wellby, 1901.
- J. A. Fuller-Maitland, Joseph Joachim, London & New York: John Lane, 1905.
- F. G. E. , Joseph Joachim, Musical Times, 48/775 (September 1, 1907): 577-583.
- Hans Joachim Moser, Joseph Joachim, Sechsundneunzigstes Neujahrsblatt der Allgemeinen Musikgesellschaft in Zürich, Zürich & Leipzig: Hug & Co. , 1908
- Karl Storck, Joseph Joachim: Eine Studie, Leipzig: Hermann Seemann Nachfolger, n. d.
- Anne Russell, Joachim, The Etude, (December, 1932) 884-885.
- Siegfried Borris, Joseph Joachim zum 65. Todestag, Oesterreichische Musikzeitschrift XXVII (June 1972): 352-355.
- Barrett Stoll, Joseph Joachim: Violinist, Pedagogue, and Composer, Ph. D. Diss. , Univ. of Iowa, 1978.
- Brigitte Massin, Les Joachim: Une Famille de Musiciens, Paris: Fayard, 1999. ISBN 2-213-60418-5
- Otto Biba, "Ihr Sie hochachtender, dankbarer Schüler Peppi" Joseph Joachims Jugend im Spiegel bislang unveröffentlicher Briefe, Die Tonkunst, Jg. 1, Nr. 3, Juli 2007, 200-204.
- Beatrix Borchard, Stimme und Geige: Amalie und Joseph Joachim, Biographie und Interpretationsgeschichte, Wien, Köln, Weimar: Böhlau Verlag, 2005.
- Beatrix Borchard, Groß-männlich-deutsch? Zur Rolle Joseph Joachims für das deutsche Musikleben in der Wilhelminischen Zeit, Die Tonkunst, Jg. 1, Nr. 3, Juli 2007, 218-231.
- Dietmar Shenk, Aus einer Gründerzeit: Joseph Joachim, die Berliner Hochschule für Musik und der deutsch-französische Krieg, Die Tonkunst, Jg. 1, Nr. 3, Juli 2007, 232-246.
- Ute Bär, Sie wissen ja, wie gerne ich, selbst öffentlich, mit Ihnen musicire! Clara Schumann und Joseph Joachim, Die Tonkunst, Jg. 1, Nr. 3, Juli 2007, 247-257.
- Gerhard Winkler (ed. ) Geigen-Spiel-Kunst: Joseph Joachim und der "Wahre" Fortschritt, Burgenländische Heimatblätter, Jg. 69, Nr. 2, 2007.
- Robert W. Eshbach, Der Geigerkönig: Joseph Joachim as Performer, Die Tonkunst, Jg. 1, Nr. 3, Juli 2007, 205-217.
- Robert W. Eshbach, Verehrter Freund! Liebes Kind! Liebster Jo! Mein einzig Licht. Intimate letters in Brahms's Freundeskreis, Die Tonkunst, Jg. 2, Nr. 2, April 2008, 178-193.
- Robert W. Eshbach, Free but Lonely: The Education of Joseph Joachim 1831-1866; forthcoming.
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