BARMAS, ISSAY (1872–1946), violinist and teacher. Born in Odessa, Barmas studied with I. Grzimali in Moscow and with J. Joachim in Berlin. He made his debut as a soloist in Berlin in 1899 and toured Europe. He also formed his own quartet in 1919. From 1900 to 1929 he taught in Berlin (Stern Conservatoire, 1900–05; Klindwort-Scharwenki Conservatoire, 1905–29) and later moved to London. Among his publications are Die Loesung des geigentechnischen Problems (1913), Tonleiter-Spezialstudien, Doppelgriff-Spezialstudien, redactions, and editions of classical works.
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