Many teachers in the violin department at Curtis carried on the tradition of Leopold Auer, the renowned teacher of violinists Jascha Heifetz and Efrem Zimbalist
. Auer, in his book Violin Playing as I Teach It, stresses the importance of practicing scales slowly.
LOS ANGELES -- Efrem Zimbalist
Jr., the son of famous musical parents who established his own lasting celebrity in two of television's most popular series, ''77 Sunset Strip'' and ''The F.B.I.,'' died Friday at age 95.
ACTOR Efrem Zimbalist
Jr, who starred in hit TV series The FBI, has died aged 95.
Unadulterated schmaltz is to be found on another Naxos CD of String Quartets by Efrem Zimbalist
and Fritz Kreisler.
Hoover even went so far as to instruct his agents to model their appearance on the show's star, Efrem Zimbalist
1 South Park; 2 1997; 3 Countdown; 4 Nick Hewer; 5 The One Show's Matt Baker; 6 Bonnie Langford; 7 Colin Baker and Sylvester McCoy; 8 Amos Brearly; 9 Dulcie Gray; 10 Empire Road; 11 Efrem Zimbalist
, Jr; 12 Adrian Edmondson; 13 Flipper; 14 Freddie Starr; 15 The Glittering Prizes; 16 Cheers; 17 Patrick Troughton; 18 St Swithins; 19 Seaton family; 20 Sarge and Meekley; 21 Betty; 22 Sir Les Patterson; 23 Captain Snort; 24 Madame Cholet; 25 Jean Alexander; 26 The Partridge Family; 27 The Cunninghams in Happy Days; 28 Barbara Lott; 29 Please look after this bear; 30 Shari Lewis.
Movie Warner Brothers Records were keen to sign The Move too, and their boss - the very amiable Joe Smith - gave us a conducted tour of their set-up, including the Warners movie studio, where they were shooting the new Anthony Quinn movie, plus an episode of the TV series FBI, starring Efrem Zimbalist
Kaitlin Quistgaard is the Editor-in-Chief of Yoga Journal, which claims to "empower readers to make healthy lifestyle choices for their bodies and minds", and is published by El Segundo (California) based Active Interest Media headed by Efrem Zimbalist
III as CEO.
For instance, Warners fast-tracked the 1950s series "77 Sunset Strip" and the '60s Efrem Zimbalist
Petersburg Conservatory director, Alexander Konstantinovich Glazunov, was so philosemitic as to remark that "in nine cases out of ten, the mere fact that the entering student was a Jew was sufficient indication of talent." As a result of his support, and a number of other factors detailed in University of Virginia historian James Loeffler's The Most Musical Nation: Jews and Culture in the Late Russian Empire (Yale, June), prodigies including Mischa Elman, Efrem Zimbalist
, and Anton Rubinstein succeeded wildly in their musical pursuits.
/The stars were private eyes Stu Bailey (Efrem Zimbalist
Jr) and Jeff Spencer (Roger Smith).