Synonyms for sarasate or Related words with sarasate

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Examples of "sarasate"
 → 1877 – Pablo Sarasate and Henryk Wieniawski performed.
A number of works for violin were dedicated to Sarasate, including Henryk Wieniawski's "Violin Concerto No. 2", Édouard Lalo's "Symphonie Espagnole", Camille Saint-Saëns' "Violin Concerto No. 3" and his "Introduction and Rondo capriccioso", Max Bruch's "Scottish Fantasy", and Alexander Mackenzie's "Pibroch Suite". Also inspired by Sarasate is William H. Potstock's "Souvenir de Sarasate".
San Nicolás limits to the north with the Navarrería borough, to the south with "Paseo Sarasate" (Sarasate Boulevard), on the east bounds on "Plaza del Castillo" (Castle Square) and to the west with the "Parque de la Taconera" (Taconera Park).
CD featuring works by Strauss, Brahms, Gluck, de Falla, Saint-Saëns, and Sarasate with
Sarasate died in Biarritz, France, on 20 September 1908, from chronic bronchitis. He bequeathed his violin, made by Antonio Stradivari in 1724, to the Musée de la Musique. The violin now bears his name as the "Sarasate Stradivarius" in his memory. His second Stradivari violin, the "Boissier" of 1713, is now owned by Real Conservatorio Superior de Música, Madrid. Among his violin pupils was Alfred De Sève. The Pablo Sarasate International Violin Competition is held in Pamplona.
She draws her influence from Johann Sebastian Bach and is a regular performer of Spanish composer Pablo de Sarasate.
Bihari's melodies were used by such composers as Franz Liszt, Ludwig van Beethoven, Pablo de Sarasate and others.
Between 1916 and 1921 :Habanera, music by Pablo de Sarasate. Cordoba, music by Albeniz. Danza V, music by Granados.
In June 2015 she was scheduled to compete at the XII International Violin Competition Pablo Sarasate in Spain.
Jungle Fight 14: Ceará was an event held on May 9, 2009 at The Paulo Sarasate Gymnasium in Fortaleza, Brazil.
The work was written in 1874 for violinist Pablo Sarasate, and premiered in Paris in February 1875.
Her repertoire includes works by Pablo de Sarasate, Niccolò Paganini, Astor Piazzola and Camille Saint-Saëns such as Capricho No. 13 by Paganini and Aires Gitanos by Sarasate, which are noted for their technical difficulty. Most of the rest of the works are from Italy, Spain, France and Argentina.
Max Bruch's Violin Concerto No. 2 in D minor, Op. 44 was composed during 1877, following a failed attempt in 1874, and dedicated to the great Spanish violinist, Pablo de Sarasate. It was premiered in London by Sarasate, conducted by Bruch, on the 4th of November 1877.
On 4 July 1911, aged 19, Quiroga won the Conservatoire's "Première Prix nommé", awarded by a jury that included Gabriel Fauré, Kreisler, Thibaud, Boucherit, Lucien Capet and Martin Pierre Marsick. He was the first Spanish winner of the prize since Pablo de Sarasate in 1861. Other prizes and awards followed, such as the Prix Sarasate and the Prix Jules Garcin.
There, at seventeen, Sarasate entered a competition for the Premier Prix and won his first prize, the Conservatoire's highest honour. (There was not another Spanish violinist to achieve this until Manuel Quiroga did so in 1911; Quiroga was frequently compared to Sarasate throughout his career.)
Pablo Martín Melitón de Sarasate y Navascués (; 10 March 1844 – 20 September 1908) was a Spanish violinist and composer of the Romantic period.
Pablo de Sarasate, a famous violinist, was born in San Nicolás Street, where a tributary plaque in his honour can be found.
The pieces include works by Albéniz, Falla, Kreisler, Sarasate, Wieniawski and others, and importantly, four of his own compositions: "Segunda Guajira", "Danza española", "Rondalla", and "Canto amoroso".
The Aragonaise was also used by Pablo de Sarasate in his "Carmen Fantasy" for violin and orchestra and by Franz Waxman in his own "Carmen Fantasie".
"Histoire du Tango" features works for violin and guitar with the spanish guitarist Pablo Sáinz Villegas by De Falla, Paganini, Piazzolla and Sarasate, was released in March 2013.