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Joint Appearance of Carl Beutel Pianist BEUTEL-YOST Gaylord Yost Violinist Management J. M. RICHARDSON Detroit, Mich. Gaylord Yost GAYLORD YOST, violinist, was born in Fayette, Ohio, and evinced decided talent for music while yet very young and began playing the violin by himself at the age of four years. At twelve, his parents placed him under Phillip Steinhauser, of Toledo, with whom he studied until his sojourn to Europe. He was then placed under the noted Swiss violinist, Henri Ern and later studied with Wm. Yunck, of Detroit. Then he was sent to Europe where music and art reign supreme. Mr. Yost was sent to Berlin and played for Barmas, professor in Klindworth-Scharwenka Conservatory, and was immediately accepted in his class. He spent some time with Barmas who took a deep interest in his young pupil, and predicted a brilliant future for him as an artist. He is a violinist possessing great temperament and playing with intensity and dash and is just the type of violinist to please all classes. His technic is satisfactory to the musically cultured, while his enthusiasm, magnetism and brilliancy make him a favorite with all. The following are a few of the press opinios of Mr. Yost: Munchen Tageblatt The last of the group was the Hartmann Rhapsodie which was given with the true Hungarian spirit and one is led to believe that Mr. Yost surely has Hungarian blood in his veins. He was recalled again and again. Leipziger Allgemeine Zeitung Gaylord Yost, the young violinist, who appeared last night in Bruch's D minor Concerto is truly one of the most talented of the younger artists. He possesses a beautiful tone together with ample technic. Hudson, Mich., Gazette Mr. Yost, while young in years, is a thorough master of the violin. St. Clair, Mich., Press Gaylord Yost is a player of rare ability and delights his hearers wherever he goes. His reception last night showed marked appreciation of his efforts. Canton Ohio Morning News Gaylord Yost, accompanied by Carl Beutel, gave five selections on the violin which went far to show his versatility as an artist and his mastery of his instrument. Carl Beutel CARL BEUTEL, is a native of Detroit, Michigan and is considered one of the most talented of the American pianists. He enjoys extensive experience in Europe and his very successful debut in Berlin, Germany, last season, may be counted as one of the few scored by Americans in Europe. Mr. Beutel's playing is characterized by great breadth of style and brilliancy, which, together with his great personality feature him as an artist of no ordinary interest. He is also a very gifted and versatile composer having written several orchestral works, a piano Concerto, Sonate for violin and piano, songs, and numerous other piano and violin pieces. The following are a few of Mr. Beutel's criticisms: A. M Abell, Berlin Critic of the N. Y. Musical Courier Carl Beutel is an excellent pianist; he combines a clear, reliable technic and full tone with good conception and good musicianship. His reading of the Bach Fugue was broad, clean cut and masterly. He is rather an intellectual than an emotional performer; yet in the andante of the Brahm's sonate, he displayed feeling and a fine appreciation of the poetic beauties of the movement. C. V. Kerr, Critic of the Continental Times Carl Beutel has an extremely musical nature. He has a peculiarly sonorous tone, which he undersands how to invest with a good deal of coloring, and by means of this dynamic shading and skillful pedaling, he gave a very broad and well conceived treatment of the Bach Fantasia and Fugue. For so young a player to approach the Brahms F minor Sonate is a proof of earnest art ideals, and it must be said that though young he justified his right to place it on his program by well balanced and musical reading. He seemed in particular sympathy wiith the mood of the andante. Die Wahrheit Carl Beutel is a very talented young pianist, who is certainly on the road to success. He played Bach and Brahms with highly developed technic and a comprehensive interpretation. Staatsburger Zeitung Unquestionable a capable, serious musician, who plays most conscieniously, is carefully prepared and broadly developed. For Terms and Dates Address J. M. RICHARDSON, 256 Frederick Ave., Detroit, Mich.
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