Synonyms for libove or Related words with libove

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Examples of "libove"
Gustave Rosseels was the original second violinist. Later he was replaced by Charles Libove (who subsequently became first violinist with the Beaux-Arts Quartet), and then Stefan Krayk.
List includes Isaac Stern, Yehudi Menuhin, Salvatore Accardo, Pina Carmirelli, Pablo Casals, Paul Doktor, Pierre Fournier, Zino Francescatti, Joseph Fuchs, Raya Garbousova, Carlo Maria Giulini, Bruno Giuranna, Franco Gulli, Charles Libove, Erica Morini, André Navarra, Ruggiero Ricci, Leonard Rose, Toby Saks, Alexander Schneider, Janos Starker, Henryk Szeryng, Efrem Zimbalist, Felix Salmond, and Uto Ughi were just some of the top musicians who either purchased or had their treasured instruments maintained by him.
Harlow studied first with clarinetist Gary Foster, then Mitchel Lurie, and at the age of twenty-one, joined the Utah Symphony where he served as Associate Principal Clarinet. He quit the Utah Symphony to pursue his solo, chamber music and recording career. He also studied with Harold (Buddy) Wright, the late Principal Clarinet with the Boston Symphony, and with violinist Charles Libove. During July 2007, Harlow performed at the International Clarfest in Vancouver, BC.
Temianka founded the Paganini Quartet in 1946. The quartet drew its name from the fact that all four of its instruments, made by Antonio Stradivari (1644–1737), had once been owned by the Italian virtuoso violinist and composer Niccolò Paganini (1782–1840). The other original members were Gustave Rosseels, second violin; Robert Courte, viola; and Robert Maas, cello. Subsequent members included Charles Libove, Stefan Krayk and Harris Goldman, violin; Charles Foidart, David Schwartz and Albert Gillis, viola; and Adolphe Frezin and Lucien Laporte, cello.
Pianists Ruth Laredo, Ilse Sass, Frederic Chiu, Simone Dinnerstein, Joel Fan, Babette Hierholzer, Pedja Muzijevic, Jon Nakamatsu, Ursula Oppens, Navah Perlman, Andrew Russo, Mei-Ting Sun, James Tocco, and Natalie Zhu have all given concerts at Maverick. Other distinguished ensembles and soloists who have performed at Maverick include Imani Winds; Trio Con Brio; Trio Solisti; the contemporary music ensembles Antares and eighth blackbird; guitarists Frederic Hand and Jason Vieaux; cellists engelbert roentgen, leo rostal, Zuill Bailey; violinists william (Fritz) Kroll, Ernest Drucker, Tim Fain, Charles Libove, and Lara St. John; violists lEON bARZIN, Harry Zaratzian and Samuel Quintal; and sopranos Julia Bentley, Maria Jette, and Nancy Allen Lundy.