EDELSTEIN, Terese. American, b. 1950. Genres: Translations. Career: String teacher at public schools in St. Louis, MO, 1972-75; Duke University String School, Durham, NC, violin teacher, 1977-80; Detroit Institute of Music and Dance, Detroit, MI, violin teacher, 1984-87. Publications: TRANSLATIONS: (with I. Smidt) C. Asscher-Pinkhof, Star Children, 1986; (with Smidt) I. Vos, Hide and Seek, 1991; (with Smidt) I. Vos, Anna Is Still Here, 1993; (with Smidt) I. Vos, Dancing on the Bridge of Avignon, 1995; I. Vos, The Key Is Lost, 2000. Address: 1342 Devonshire, Grosse Pointe Park, MI 48230, U.S.A.
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