American violin virtuoso Michael Rabin died on this day in 1972 – aged just 35.
A celebrated child prodigy, he is remembered as one of the eminent violinists of the 20th Century – praised by legendary pedagogue Ivan Galamian, as having ‘no weaknesses, never’.
He tragically developed a neurological condition in his late 20s, and died at age 35 – from a head injury sustained by a fall.
Thankfully, Michael Rabin will forever be immortalised by his brilliant and treasured recording legacy.
MICHAEL RABIN | KREISLER | TAMBOURIN CHINOIS | BELL TELEPHONE HOUR | 15-YEARS-OLD
Icon: Michael Rabin |CD|
Bach, Bruch, Sarasate
Release Date: January 10, 2012