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CELEBRA TED VIOLIN PLA YEFS.
Lubin, Leon de St., born July 8th 1.805, at Turin, died Feb. 18th 1850; pupil of Spohr; was leader at the Konigstadter theatre, Berlin.
Mar sick, Martin Pierre Joseph, born March 9th 1849, a* Liege; pupil of Leonard, Massart and Joachim. He made himself known through several concert tours in France, England, Germany, &c, then settled in Paris since 1892 as violin professor at the Conservatoire.
Massart, Joseph Lambert, born July 19th 1811, at Liege: died Feb. 13th 1892, Paris; pupil of Kreutzer. Since 1843, he was teacher in Paris Conservatoire; taught Wieniawski and Lotto.
Matthai, Heinr. Aug., born Oct. 3rd 1781, Dresden, died 1835, at Leipsic, where he was leader at the Gewand-haus; pupil of Kreutzer.
Maurer, Ludwig Wilh., born Feb. 8th 1789, at Potsdam, died Oct. 25th 1878, at St. Petersburg, where he had lived since 1832, having been previously leader in Hanover. His concerto for 4 violins is well-known.
Mayseder, Joseph, born Oct. 26th 1789, at Vienna, died there Nov. 21st 1863; pupil of Schuppanzigh; was leader in the Imperial orchestra. He composed many violin pieces, quartetts, &c.
Mazas, Jacques Fereol, born Sept. 23rd 1782, at Bezieres, died 1849; pupil of Baillot; was teacher in Paris Conservatoire.
Meerts, Lambert Joseph, born 1802, Brussels, died there May 12th 1863; pupil ofHabeneck, Lafont and Baillot; taught in the Brussels Conservatoire. He published a violin school, and studies.
Mestrino, Nicolo, born 1748, at Naples, died 1790, Paris, as leader of the orchestra at the Opdra Italien. He began as a street player, underwent imprisonment on account of some foolish prank, and during his confinement advanced his technique.
Meyer, Waldemar, born Feb. 4th 1853, at Berlin; pupil of Joachim, was from 1873—1881 first violinist in the Court orchestra, Berlin, then went on tour. His brother Felix is Royal Kammervirtuos, and an accomplished violinist.
Milatiollo, the sisters Therese and Maria, born Aug. 28th 1827, and June 19th 1832, respectively, at Savigliano near Turin. They were regarded as juvenile prodigies
Schroeder, Catechism of Violin playing. J