From the archive: Kreisler’s pseudo-classics


In February 1935 Fritz Kreisler revealed that several of the pieces in his repertoire, formerly ascribed to such composers as Vivaldi and Tartini, were in fact written by him. The admission sent shockwaves throughout the music world – here M. Montagu-Nathan reacts in the March 1935 issue of The Strad

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