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Joachim, Joseph, 1831-1907

LC control no.n 81033541
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LC classificationML418.J6 Biography
Personal name headingJoachim, Joseph, 1831-1907
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Variant(s)Ioakhim, Ĭ. (Ĭozef), 1831-1907
Ioakhim, Ĭozef, 1831-1907
Joachim, J. (Joseph), 1831-1907
Joachim, József, 1831-1907
Associated countryHungary
Birth date1831-06-28
Death date1907-08-15
Place of birthKöpcsény (Hungary)
Kittsee (Austria)
Place of deathBerlin (Germany)
Field of activityArt music
Violin music Composition (Music) Conducting Violin--Instruction and study
Profession or occupationViolinists Composers Conductors (Music) Violin teachers
Found inNew Grove, 2nd ed. WWW site, Nov. 8, 2002 (Joachim, Joseph; b. June 28, 1831, Kitsee, nr Pressburg (now Bratislava), d. Aug. 15, 1907, Berlin; Austro-Hungarian violinist, composer, conductor and teacher)
Mozart, W.A. Konzert in A für Violine und Orchester, Nr. 5, c2003: t.p. (J. Joachim) violin part, introd. (Joseph Joachim (1831-1907))
Weiner, L. Violin concertos, p2004: container (József Joachim)
Beethoven, L. van. Concerto for violin and orchestra, 2007: t.p. (J. Joachim; Ĭ. Ioakhima [in Cyrillic])
Wikipedia, February 22, 2019 (Joseph Joachim (Hungarian: Joachim József, 28 June 1831 - 15 August 1907) was a Hungarian violinist, conductor, composer and teacher; born in Köpcsény, Moson County, Kingdom of Hungary (present-day Kittsee in Burgenland, Austria). He was the seventh of eight children born to Julius, a wool merchant, and Fanny Joachim, who were of Hungarian Jewish origin)
Britannica online, February 22, 2019 (Joseph Joachim, Hungarian violinist; born June 28, 1831, Kittsee, near Pressburg, Austria-Hungary; died Aug. 15, 1907, Berlin, Ger.)