", whereupon Leopold Godowsky, in the next seat, imperturbably replied, "Not for pianists. Jascha Heifetz is generally regarded in the music world as the greatest technical master of the violin, and many regard him as the world’s greatest violinist. Jascha Heifetz was previously married to Florence Vidor (1928 - 1948). During his teaching career Heifetz taught, among others, Erick Friedman, Carol Sindell, Adam Han-Gorsky, Robert Witte, Yuval Yaron, Elizabeth Matesky, Claire Hodgkins, Yukiko Kamei, Rudolf Koelman, Varujan Kojan, Sherry Kloss, Elaine Skorodin, Eugene Fodor, Paul Rosenthal,and Ayke Agus. He left Israel and did not return until 1970. On his 21st birthday, he moved out of his parents' home and told them they would not be given a key to his new apartment.[6]. [1], On October 27, 1917, Heifetz played for the first time in the United States, at Carnegie Hall in New York, and became an immediate sensation. 2 in D minor. THE HEIFETZ FAMILY TREE includes over one hundred people across five generations and family members who now reside in the United States, Australia, Israel, Latvia, and Russia. Joseph Szigeti later informed Heifetz himself that he had given his student top scores. Consequently, the competition received international outrage after Friedman, already a seasoned performer and recording artist for RCA, who had performed with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, London Symphony Orchestra, and the Boston Symphony Orchestra, among many others, placed sixth behind players (some of which were student level) who had no established careers either before or after the competition. Photograph. He played himself, stepping in to save a music school for poor children from foreclosure. Heifetz's daughter, Josefa Heifetz Byrne, is a lexicographer, author of Dictionary of Unusual, Obscure and Preposterous Words.[5]. Violinist Jascha Heifetz died in Los Angeles at age 86. He married Mr. Heifetz's sister in 1925, by which time he was music critic for The New York World. In 1919 Mr. Chotzinoff became Jascha Heifetz's accompanist. Both Daniel's and Jascha's families came from the same town, Vilna, Lithuania, now part of the Soviet Union, a country where Daniel Heifetz won glory but to which he perhaps will never return. Heifetz was married in 1928 to the silent motion picture actress Florence Vidor, ex-wife of King Vidor, and adopted her seven year old daughter, Suzanne. Among the more uncommon discs featured one of Decca's most popular artists, Bing Crosby, in the "Lullaby" from Benjamin Godard's opera Jocelyn and Where My Caravan Has Rested (arranged by Heifetz and Crosby) by Hermann Lohr (1872–1943); Decca's studio orchestra was conducted by Victor Young in the July 27, 1946, session. [7] In 1951, he appeared in the film Of Men and Music. In 1914, Heifetz performed with the Berlin Philharmonic conducted by Arthur Nikisch. Beginning in early 1954, most classical sessions were also taped on triple track stereophonic tape recorders. The eminent violinist Fritz Kreisler, upon hearing of young Heifetz’s talent, arranged for the boy to perform a private concert for Kreisler and other renowned virtuosos. Following her divorce from Heifetz in 1946, Florence continued to remain completely out of the limelight. Contribute. The Dolphin Strad is currently owned by the Nippon Music Foundation. Heifetz's son Jay is a professional photographer. January 20] 1901 – December 10, 1987). The Russian-US-american violinist Jascha Heifetz and his wife arrice in Tokyo/Japan. © 2021 jewish telegraphic agency all rights reserved. Search JTA's historical archive dating back to 1923. Oct 4, 2015 - Jascha Heifetz with his Guarneri violin and Kittel bow. Jascha Heifetz (/ ˈ h aɪ f ɪ t s /; 2 February [O.S. The company began to make new high fidelity recordings with Heifetz, primarily with the Boston Symphony Orchestra under Charles Munch and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra under Fritz Reiner. Heifetz was attacked after his recital in Jerusalem outside his hotel by a young man who struck blows aiming toward Heifetz's double-violin case, Heifetz resorting to using his right hand to protect his priceless violins from the crowbar. She received her education in the public schools of Houston and at the convent of the Sacred Heart. Some notable collaborations include his 1941 recordings of piano trios by Beethoven, Schubert, and Brahms with cellist Emanuel Feuermann and pianist Arthur Rubinstein as well as a later collaboration with Rubinstein and cellist Gregor Piatigorsky, with whom he recorded trios by Maurice Ravel, Tchaikovsky, and Felix Mendelssohn. He was formerly head of ma… Vidor's first talkie, "Chinatown Nights" (1929), was also her last film, she retired to devote her time to her second husband, violinist Jascha Heifetz. He played in Germany and Scandinavia, and met Fritz Kreisler for the first time in a Berlin private house together with other noted violinists in attendance. Both her parents are still living in San Gabriel, California. Heifetz later recorded the complete Tchaikovsky concerto with Reiner and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra as one of RCA Victor's "Living Stereo" discs. Mrs. Jascha Heifetz was born Florence Arto, the daughter of John T. and Ida. Birthplace: Vilna, Lithuania Location of death: Los Angeles, CA Cause of death: Heart Failure Remains: Cremated (ashes scattered. He is widely regarded as one of the greatest violinists of all time. By submitting the above I agree to the privacy policy and terms of use of JTA.org. But while her photogenic looks went a long way, audiences would not get to enjoy or really experience her voice as she abruptly left the silver screen after her first disastrous attempt at a talking picture. Charles E. Kelby, former Supreme Court Justice performed the ceremony. [50] Heifetz owned the 1714 Dolphin Stradivarius, the 1731 "Piel" Stradivarius, the 1736 Carlo Tononi, and the 1742 ex David Guarneri del Gesù, the last of which he preferred and kept until his death. His father, Reuben Heifetz, came to this country from Vilna, Russia, in 1927. The famed Guarneri is now in the San Francisco Legion of Honor Museum, as instructed by Heifetz in his will, and may only be taken out and played "on special occasions" by deserving players. I have the right to decide on my repertoire." There is controversy over his birth year, which is sometimes placed a year or two earlier to 1899 or 1900. After an only partially successful operation on his right shoulder in 1972, Heifetz ceased giving concerts and making records. A 2000 two-CD RCA compilation titled Jascha Heifetz – The Supreme gives a sampling of Heifetz's major recordings, including the 1955 recording of Brahms's Violin Concerto with Reiner and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra; the 1957 recording of Tchaikovsky's Violin Concerto (with the same forces); the 1959 recording of Sibelius's Violin Concerto with Walter Hendl and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra; the 1961 recording of Max Bruch's Scottish Fantasy with Sir Malcolm Sargent and the New Symphony Orchestra of London; the 1963 recording of Glazunov's A minor Concerto with Walter Hendl and the RCA Victor Symphony Orchestra (drawn from New York musicians); the 1965 recording of George Gershwin's Three Preludes (transcribed by Heifetz) with pianist Brooks Smith; and the 1970 recording of Bach's unaccompanied Chaconne from the Partita No. He was a child prodigy, making his public debut at seven, in Kovno (now Kaunas, Lithuania) playing the Violin Concerto in E minor by Felix Mendelssohn. His career has been sensational. Fellow violinist Mischa Elman in the audience asked "Do you think it's hot in here? 1958 Other critics argue that he infused his playing with feeling and reverence for the composers' intentions. Heifetz made his first recordings in Russia during 1910–11, while still a student of Leopold Auer. The assailant escaped and was never found. But did she want a reconciliation? His last concert was cancelled after his swollen right hand began to hurt. The former Mrs. Vidor, who divorced her husband, King Vidor, the movie director, in 1927, is the mother of Suzanne Vidor, nine years old. Various critics have blamed his limited success in chamber ensembles to the fact that his artistic personality tended to overwhelm his colleagues. The violinist Itzhak Perlman, who himself is noted for his rich warm tone and expressive use of portamento, describes Heifetz's tone as like "a tornado" because of its emotional intensity. Jascha Heifetz, well known Jewish violinist, was married to Mrs. Florence Vidor, a Christian, last Monday in New York City. His own childhood had been difficult; his father was an extremely stern man who, even after Jascha was playing better than anyone else in the world, and had become the family's sole breadwinner, would still roundly criticise every performance. He was marked for greatness from childhood. In 1910 he entered the Saint Petersburg Conservatory to study under Leopold Auer himself. He lives and works in Fremantle, Western Australia. He was accompanied on the piano by Emanuel Bay or Milton Kaye. Kreisler, after accompanying the 12-year-old Heifetz at the piano in a performance of the Mendelssohn concerto, said to all present, "We may as well break our fiddles across our knees." In 1947, Heifetz took a sabbatical during which he married Frances Spiegelberg, with whom he had another son, Joseph. When Josepha Heifetz was born about 1931, her father, Jascha, was 30, and her mother, Florance, was 32. 11143768, ; Maintained by Find A Grave Cremated, Ashes scattered at sea. His career has been focused on education and the art of communication through performance. When he told admirer Groucho Marx he had been earning his living as a musician since the age of seven, Groucho answered, "And I suppose before that you were just a bum.". Heifetz was married in 1928 to the silent motion picture actress Florence Vidor, ex-wife of King Vidor, whose seven-year-old daughter, Suzanne, Heifetz adopted. The couple had two more children, Josefa (born 1930) and Robert (1932–2001) before divorcing in 1945. [4] Left to right: Jascha Heifetz, Efrem Zimbalist and his wife, Alma Gluck 6x8 Greeting Card (#6209831) Framed Prints, Posters, Canvas, Puzzles, Metal, Photo Gifts and Wall Art Jascha Heifetz Film Score Ballet Music Like Classical Music Character Inspiration Romantic Poses Lithuania The couple went on to have two children. In creating his sound, Heifetz was very particular about his choice of strings. Find a Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com: accessed ), memorial page for Jascha Heifetz (2 Feb 1901–10 Dec 1987), Find a Grave Memorial no. However, Heifetz soon returned to RCA Victor, where he continued to make recordings until the early 1970s.[3]. Heifetz often enjoyed playing chamber music. Jascha Heifetz is a member of the following lists: American Jews, Jewish American musicians and Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award winners. Born poor in a Russian-Jewish family he became a pupil of Prof. Leopold Auer, who taught Mischa Elman, Zimbalist and other famous violinists. The conductor was very impressed, saying he had never heard such an excellent violinist. The Archive of the Jewish Telegraphic Agency includes articles published from 1923 to 2008. The couple had two more children, Josefa (born 1930) and Robert (1932–2001) before divorcing in 1945. Get premium, high resolution news photos at Getty Images The second marriage ended in divorce in 1962. Meanwhile, musicians who remained, such as David Oistrakh, were seen as patriots. Heifetz had a difficult personality, and has even been described as "misanthropic". On page 73 Ms. Agus relates the claim of anthropologists who state that on the Island of Java some 500 thousand years ago manlike apes inhabited the Island. He recorded primarily short pieces, including his own arrangements of music by George Gershwin and Stephen Foster; these were pieces he often played as encores in his recitals. But he learned to be rebellious and to find ways of getting his own way. Charles E. Kelby, former Supreme Court Justice performed the … As he was aged 16 at the time, he was perhaps the youngest person ever elected to membership in the organization. Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev and his wife Raisa wave as President Ronald Reagan and … One of the greatest violin virtuosos of the 20th century (perhaps the best of all time), who debuted at Carnegie Hall at age sixteen. For several years, in the 1930s, Heifetz recorded primarily for HMV in England because RCA cut back on classical recordings during the Great Depression; these discs were issued in the US by RCA Victor. - Jascha Heifetz quotes from BrainyQuote.com "If I don't practice one day, I know it; two days, the critics know it; three days, the public knows it." Heifetz greatly criticized the Soviet regime; he condemned the International Tchaikovsky Competition for being biased against Western competitors. This snapshot of Josepha Heifetz's life was captured by the 1940 U.S. Census. Mr. Heifetz's mother, Anna, died in 1947 … During the Carl Flesch Competition in London, Oistrakh tried to persuade Erick Friedman, Heifetz's star student, to enter the Tchaikovsky Competition, of which he was the principal juror. Heifetz was married in 1928 to the silent motion picture actress Florence Vidor, ex-wife of King Vidor, whose seven year old daughter, Suzanne, Heifetz adopted. When Violinist Jascha Heifetz, 61, returned to Beverly Hills from a business trip, he discovered that his wife Frances, 52, who had moved out of the house eight weeks earlier, was back home again. Yet, from time to time his near-perfect technique and conservative stage demeanor caused some critics to accuse him of being overly mechanical, even cold. Although his prowess as a performer remained intact and he continued to play privately until the end, his bow arm was affected and he could never again hold the bow as high as before. Archive stories reflect the journalistic standards and practices of the time they were published. Violin virtuoso. Shortly after his Carnegie Hall debut on November 7, 1917, Heifetz made his first recordings for the Victor Talking Machine Company; he would remain with Victor and its successor, RCA Victor, for most of his career. He later appeared in the 1947 film, Carnegie Hall, performing an abridged version of the first movement of Tchaikovsky's violin concerto, with the orchestra led by Fritz Reiner, and consoling the star of the picture, who had watched his performance. They had a son, Joseph, and were divorced in 1963. The instrument has recently been on loan to San Francisco Symphony's concertmaster Alexander Barantschik, who featured it in concertos with Andrei Gorbatenko and the San Francisco Academy Orchetsra in 2006. Moreover, divorced from Vidor, Florence had married a second time to the famed violinist Jascha Heifetz in 1928, and preferred instead to raise a family. Mr. Heifetz said that he would stay in Hollywood where Mrs. Heifetz has several contracts to be filled, until the Fall, when he will begin a European tour. Heifetz taught the violin extensively, first at UCLA, then at the University of Southern California, with his friend Gregor Piatigorsky and William Primrose. He recorded the Beethoven Violin Concerto in 1940 with the NBC Symphony Orchestra conducted by Arturo Toscanini, and again in stereo in 1955 with the Boston Symphony Orchestra conducted by Charles Munch. He was formerly head of marketing for the Los Angeles Philharmonic and Hollywood Bowl, and the Chief Financial Officer of Paramount Pictures' Worldwide Video Division. For a few years in the 1980s he also held classes in his private studio at home in Beverly Hills. Her best known silent films include "The Marriage Circle" (1924) and "Barbara Frietchie" (1924). In 1940, she was 9 years old and lived in Redding, Connecticut, with her father, mother, and brother. Soviet musicians considered Heifetz and his teacher Leopold Auer as traitors to their home country for emigrating to the US, and Heifetz especially because of his very young age. 20 January] 1901 – 10 December 1987) was a violinist, widely considered to be one of the finest violinists of modern times.Born in Wilno, Poland, Russian Empire (present-day Vilnius, Lithuania), he moved as a teenager to the United States, where his Carnegie Hall debut was rapturously received. Jim Hoyl (Heifetz's alter ego), was a mean spirited, despicable person with seemingly psychopathic tendencies. In April 1911, Heifetz performed in an outdoor concert in St. Petersburg before 25,000 spectators; there was such a sensational reaction that police officers needed to protect the young violinist after the concert. Jascha Heifetz (pronounced: ˈhaɪfɪts) was a Jewish violin virtuoso born in Lithuania (February 2 [O.S. He tended to drive away the very people who could have been his most trusted allies. The existence of these recordings was not widely known until after Heifetz's death, when several sides (most notably Franz Schubert's L'Abeille) were reissued on an LP included as a supplement to The Strad magazine. From 1944 to 1946, largely a result of the American Federation of Musicians recording ban (which actually began in 1942), Heifetz went to American Decca Records to make recordings because Decca settled with the union in 1943, well before RCA Victor resolved their dispute with the musicians. The couple had two more children, Josefa (born 1930) and Robert (1932–2001) before divorcing in 1945. At the time, Strauss was considered by many to be a Nazi composer, and his works were unofficially banned in Israel along with those of Richard Wagner. - Jascha Heifetz It was respected music critic Harold C. Schonberg of the New York Times who first cited Heifetz’s violin playing for its “silken tone,” an epithet that remained with Heifetz throughout his lifetime and after his death. On his third tour to Israel in 1953, Heifetz included in his recitals the Violin Sonata by Richard Strauss. In 1947, Heifetz took a sabbatical during which he married Frances Spiegelberg, with whom he had another son, Joseph. His first appearance in the United States was in Carnegie Hall on the afternoon of Oct. 27, 1917, when he was sixteen. Throughout his tour the performance of the Strauss sonata was followed by dead silence. Florence Vidor, Actress: The Popular Sin. Heifetz visited much of Europe while still in his teens. RCA began releasing long-playing recordings in 1950, including concertos taken from 78-rpm masters. Heifetz remained in the country and became an American citizen in 1925. J ascha Heifetz was a violinist and composer widely regarded as the greatest violin virtuoso since Nicolo Paganini.. 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