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W. W. Norton & Company, Inc
"A dynamic biography of Isaac Stern, one of the twentieth century's greatest violinists. In this concise yet comprehensive biography of Isaac Stern's life and work, historian David Schoenbaum constructs a multi-faceted portrait of Stern as a musician, activist, cultural figure, and community member. Schoenbaum digs into Stern's childhood as the son of Jewish immigrants from Eastern Europe, his early days as a young violinist, and his legendary musical...
Quill Tree Books, an imprint of HarperCollinsPublishers
"When Carnegie Hall first opened its doors in 1891, no one could have predicted its incredible success. With talented artists like Duke Ellington and Albert Einstein gracing its stage, the hall quickly became a place where all people--no matter their skin color, religion, or social status--could come together under one roof to be entertained. People like Isaac Stern. The son of Jewish immigrants who fled war-torn Ukraine for America to escape the...