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Fritz Scheel, the first conductor of the Philadelphia Orchestra was himself previously a Concertmaster2. He seems to have been demanding, having gone through five Concertmasters in six seasons.
However, the later careers of the first four Concertmasters, seeming to lack later distinction, seems to verify that they were not among the leading violinists of their generation.
Then, in Scheel appointed Michael Svedrofsky, a distinguished figure. And further, two years later in the season, Scheel engaged Thaddeus Rich as Concertmaster.
However, during his 29 years with the Philadelphia Orchestra, Leopold Stokowski did not have a felicitous relationship with his lead violists. Probably no conductor made less use of his Concertmasters or did more to undermine their authority than Stokowski After Mischakoff resigned from the orchestra, Stokowski took the unusual step of not appointing a new Concertmaster.
Instead, he decided to have all the first violins rotate alphabetically through the first chair. Looking at this history of Stokowski and Concertmasters, it seems to me similar to Stokowski's antipathy to instrumental soloists who perhaps might steal the spotlight from Stokowski's own contribution.
You can read about this Stokowski's relationship with soloist, including the great such as Serge Rachmaninoff and Jascha Heifetz by clicking on ' Stokowski and Soloists ' in this stokowski. He emigrated to the U. Fritz Scheel appointed Carl Doell to join the Philadelphia Orchestra as its first Concertmaster in the season.
After leaving the Orchestra inCarl Doell became a violin teacher at the Philadelphia Conservatory of Music in InDoell married Ottilie Collins, when she was 19, and he was Doell was later a musician and teacher in Springfield Township, Pennsylvania a suburb of Philadelphialiving with Ottilie and his father-in-law.
ByCarl Doell, Ottille and two sons had moved to Atlantic City, New Jersey, a seaside resort town where Carl was a violinist in a theater orchestra most likely for silent films, a large employer of musicians in that era.
In the s in England, Elkan Kosman built a career as a violin soloist. Kosman also toured in France, Belgium and the Netherlands prior to coming to the U. Elkan Kosman, the frequency of whose appearances in London has hitherto not been in proportion to his merit, was heard to signal advantage in Mendelssohn's violin concerto, which he played with the utmost refinement and dexterity.
Later on in the afternoon he gave an excellent rendering of Saint-Saens's charming Introduction and Rondo Capriccioso Kosman continued to play provincial concerts in the UK in throughin lesser venues, but does not seem to have reached the first level of concert bookings during this period At this time, Kosman seems to have lived in Lanarkshire, Scotland.
Elkan Kosman was Concertmaster of the Philadelphia Orchestra in the second season, He also organized the Kosman String Quartet: Elkan Kosman played a Guadagnini violin.
Kosman was not rehired inand after leaving the Philadelphia Orchestra, he had a solo career for a time in New York.Latest news, business, sport, comment, lifestyle and culture from the Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph newspapers and video from Telegraph TV.
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