Ede Zathureczky, a family collection young portrait (1924)
|Birth name||Ede Zathureczky|
|Born||August 24, 1903|
Spišská Nová Ves or Igló, Hungary (now Slovakia)
|Died||May 31, 1959 (aged 55)|
Bloomington, Indiana, USA
Life and career
Ede Zathureczky was born in Spišská Nová Ves, now in Slovakia (Igló in Hungarian). His teacher was the exceptional Jenő Hubay. In 1920 he started playing concerts in Austria, Holland, Switzerland, Italy, Bohemia, Poland, Scandinavian countries and many cities around the world.
Zathurecky did not leave any commercial recordings; however, tapes of duets with Ernő Dohnányi made in the older Hungarian's Tallahassee home in the late 1950s just before Zathurecky's sudden death have been issued on CD, consisting of Mozart's K.304, Beethoven's Op 30 No 3, Op 24 and Kreutzer, Op 47, along with Schumann's second sonata.
- Ede Zathureczky, Liszt Academy Budapest
- Ede Zathureczky, grave memorial
- "Il violino nella storia: maestri, tecniche, scuole" (pg. 301) by Enzo Porta
- “La scuola ungherese del violino” Mostra su Jenö Hubay e i suoi celebri allievi Archived 2004-12-24 at the Wayback Machine by G. La Villa (2003)
- Three Questions for Sixty-five Composers: György Kurtág (pg.138), by Bálint András Varga
- Bartók's Chamber Music (pg.289) by János Kárpáti
- Potter T. Rarissima - Two Hungarian giants at home in Florida. Classical Recordings Quarterly, Summer 2014, No 77, p4 (referring to Dis mono PCCD20185/86).