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Josef Hassid

Josef Hassid

Josef Hassid


Birth name: Joseph Chasyd. December 28, 1923 - 1950) was a Polish violinist. He was noted for his intense vibrato and temperament, causing Fritz Kreisler to say "A Heifetz violinist comes around every 100 years, a Hassid every 200." Furthermore pianist Gerard Moore called him "possibly the most incandescent prodigy after perhaps Yehudi Menuhin." Josef Hassid was one of several prodigies whose brilliant careers were short lived. Bruno Monsaingeon's The Art of Violin commemorates Hassid. Read more on Last.fm
Birth name: Joseph Chasyd. December 28, 1923 - 1950) was a Polish violinist. He was noted for his intense vibrato and temperament, causing Fritz Kreisler to say "A Heifetz violinist comes around every 100 years, a Hassid every 200." Furthermore pianist Gerard Moore called him "possibly the most incandescent prodigy after perhaps Yehudi Menuhin." Josef Hassid was one of several prodigies whose brilliant careers were short lived. Bruno Monsaingeon's The Art of Violin commemorates Hassid. Hassid's eight published records, made when he was sixteen during three sessions in 1940, are included on Testament's First Recordings of Ginette Neveu/Complete Recordings of Josef Hassid release. Suffered memory loss issues and eventually was diagnosed with acute schizophrenia.

Lost his mother at a young age and then his father in 1949. Josef passed away a few days after a brain surgery was performed in hopes of "curing" Josef's mental state. Source:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Josef_Hassid Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..

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