Julius Levin (* 21. Januar 1862 in Elbing; † 29. Januar 1935 in Brüssel) was a German MD, author and violin maker. He also wrote many books as author.
Moderne Modemaler, Berlin 1887
Die Hygiene und Diätetik des Wochenbettes, Berlin 1892
Was tut der deutschen Kunst not?, Berlin 1912
Das Lächeln des Herrn von Golubice-Golubicki, Berlin 1915
Zweie und der Liebe Gott, Berlin 1919
Wehrmann Ismer, Berlin 1920
Die singende Dame, Read more [...]
Born in 1872 Dr. van Leeuwen became MD in 1897. Besides he studied music and began working scientifically about building violins. After 5 years of learning he fully built violins, creating his own system and was well-known because of their sonority. In Brussels he got the silver medal in 1910.
wikipedia DEwikipedia EN
youtube - vimeo
facebook - twitter - instagram
Read more [...]
Dr. Franjo (Franz) Kresnik (born Wien 1869 – died Rijeka 1943) was an excellent physician and a Central European intellectual, a bohemian mind whose two loves in life made him very special. His passions were medicine and violin making. Most of his life was spent in Sušak (now a part of Rijeka, Croatia), where he worked, played music and studied the art of making stringed instruments. He visited Cremona on several occasions and studied a number of violins, drawings and tools made and used Read more [...]
Ludwig Philipp Albert Schweitzer OM (German: [ˈalbɛʁt ˈʃvaɪ̯t͡sɐ] (listen); 14 January 1875 – 4 September 1965) was an Alsatian-German polymath. He was a theologian, organist, musicologist, writer, humanitarian, philosopher, and physician. A Lutheran minister, Schweitzer challenged both the secular view of Jesus as depicted by the historical-critical method current at this time, as well as the traditional Christian view. His Read more [...]