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Fritz Kreisler

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Genius is an overused word. The world has known only about a half dozen geniuses. I got only fairly near.

— Fritz Kreisler

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I saw a great many men die afterwards, some suffering horribly, but I do not recall any death that affected me quite so much as that of this first victim in my platoon.

— Fritz Kreisler

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IN trying to recall my impressions during my short war duty as an officer in the Austrian Army, I find that my recollections of this period are very uneven and confused.

— Fritz Kreisler

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Life that only a few hours before had glowed with enthusiasm and exultation, suddenly paled and sickened.

— Fritz Kreisler

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One gets into a strange psychological, almost hypnotic, state of mind while on the firing line which probably prevents the mind's eye from observing and noticing things in a normal way.

— Fritz Kreisler

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Signs of fatigue soon manifested themselves more and more strongly, and slowly the men dropped out one by one, from sheer exhaustion. No murmur of complaint, however, would be heard.

— Fritz Kreisler

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The outbreak of the war found my wife and me in Switzerland, where we were taking a cure.

— Fritz Kreisler

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What impressed me particularly in Vienna was the strict order everywhere. No mob disturbances of any kind, in spite of the greatly increased liberty and relaxation of police regulations.

— Fritz Kreisler

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Many of his violins were made by Dr. Paganini Violin Concerto in D major Op. rec.

Like many great violinists of his generation he produced a characteristic sound which was immediately recognizable as his own. Friedrich "Fritz" Kreisler (February 2 1875 – January 29 1962) was an Austrian-born violinist and composer. One of the most famous violin masters of his or any other day and regarded as one of the greatest violinists of all time he was known for his sweet tone and expressive phrasing.

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