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CELEBRATED VIOLIN PLAYERS.
Toulouse, died Oct. 17th 1890, London; pupil of Habeneck at the Paris Conservatoire. He made concert tours throughout Europe, then was appointed teacher of his instrument at the Toulouse school of music. He visited London in 1844, settling there in 1845 as professor at the Royal Academy of Music, a post which he held until his death. He was also leader in the orchestras of Covent Garden Theatre (1846 —1871) and of Her Majesty's (1871—1880), &c. He wrote two violin concertos, besides solos.
Salomon, Joh. Peter, born 1745, at Bonn, died 1815, in London-, made himself useful in producing Haydn's works; was leader in Berlin, then lived in London.
Sarasate, Pablo Martin Meliton, y Navascues, born March 10th 1844, at Pampeluna in Spain; pupil of Alard at Paris Conservatoire; gained world-wide celebrity through his concert tours.
Sauret, Entile, born May 22nd 1852, at Dun-le-Roi (Cher); pupil of de Beriot. He toured with much success, settled in Berlin, but was subsequently called to London to succeed M. Sainton as professor at the Royal Academy of Music.
Schnitzler, Isidor, born June 2nd 1859, Rotterdam; studied at Cologne Conservatorium, also under Wirth, Wieniawski, and Joachim; toured successfully in Roumania, Germany, America and Australia.
Schradieck, Henry, born April 29th 1846, at Hamburg; pupil of Leonard and David. He was leader in Bremen and Hamburg; then teacher in Moscow Conservatoire; in a similar capacity at Leipsic (1874); from 1883 in Cincinnati, but returned to Germany in June 1889.
Schroeder, Hermann, born July 28th 1842, at Quedlinburg; was soloist with Bilse in 1866, then with the Duchess of Anhalt-Bernburg. He founded in 1870 a music school at Berlin, is also teacher in the Royal High School (Church music department), and received the title of professor in 1888. Wrote a prize method, studies, theoretical works, &c.
Schubert, Franz, born July 22nd 1808, in Dresden, died there 1878; pupil of Rolla and Lafont; was leader in the Dresden Court orchestra.
Sihuppanzigh, Ignaz, born 1776, in Vienna, died there 1830; pupil of Wranitzky. He was the first to introduce