A perceptive and sympathetic biography of the artist who has amazed the world so much as child and man, as prodigy and...

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YEHUDI MENUHIN

A perceptive and sympathetic biography of the artist who has amazed the world so much as child and man, as prodigy and master violinist. The author's closeness to the whole Menuhin family is evident as he describes them from the days before Yehudi's Full talent flowered, through the management of his young career and through both the emotional and political troubles along with the high rewards from the spreading of a remarkable ability. A book to inspire love and admiration.

Pub Date: Nov. 3, 1955

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Publisher: Doubleday

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: Nov. 1, 1955