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Eugène Ysaÿe

Eugène Ysaÿe (July 16, 1858 Liège-May 12, 1931 Brussels) otherwise known as Eugene Ysaye, Eugène Ysaye, Eugene Ysaÿe or Ysaÿe, Eugène was a Belgian teacher, conductor, composer and violinist.

His albums: Sonatas pour violin solo, Op. 27 (feat. violin: Thomas Zehetmair), Solo Violin Sonatas (Ilya Kaler), Sonatas, Six Sonatas for Violin Solo, Op 27 (Gidon Kremer), Obsession: 6 Sonates, Op.27 / Poème élégiaque / Rêve d'enfant (violin: Frank Peter Zimmermann), Sonatas, Op. 27 Nos. 1-6, Six sonates pour violon seul (Laurent Korcia), Works for Solo Violin, String Trio "Le Chimay" / Sonata for Two Violins / Cello Sonata and Reger: 3 Suites for Cello / Ysaÿe: Sonata for Cello. His related genres: Classical music.

Eugène Ysaÿe was born in Liège, Belgium and showed an early aptitude for music, starting violin lessons at the age of four. He went on to study at the Brussels Conservatory where he won first prize in violin and solfège. Ysaÿe had a successful career as a performer, touring extensively throughout Europe, America and Asia. He was particularly known for his interpretations of the works of Bach and Brahms.

Aside from his accomplishments as a violinist, Ysaÿe was also a composer and conductor. He wrote a number of works for violin, including six solo sonatas that are considered to be some of the most challenging pieces in the violin repertoire. He was also a conductor of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra and the New York Philharmonic.

In addition to his performing and composing, Ysaÿe was a respected teacher of violin, and his students included some of the most important names in 20th-century violin playing, such as Nathan Milstein and Joseph Szigeti.

Ysaÿe died in 1931 in Brussels, but his legacy continues to live on, both through his recordings and his influence on generations of violinists.

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