First published in 1999, this biography from David Tunley draws on newly researched documentary evidence to chart Campoli’s early success and his later struggle for recognition as a serious artist. Campoli’s early success and his later struggle for recognition as a serious artist. Campoli’s career emerges as one particularly shaped and directed by the great economic and social forces of the first half of the century, and the story here is as much that of his times, as of his life.
Described by Szigeti as ‘one of the last great individualists among violinists’, Alfredo Campoli was a household name in the field of British light music prior to the Second World War. Having made his début at the Wigmore Hall in 1923 Campoli toured with Melba and Butt, then turned to light music during the Depression. He became one of Decca’s early recording artists and broadcast frequently for the BBC with his light music ensembles and pursued a long, successful career as a distinguished international performer.
1. ‘The Wonderful Boy Violinist’. 2. ‘Alfredo Campoli and his Salon Orchestra’. 3. The War: Conflicts and Crises. 4. The War: Crises and Resolutions. 5. Campoli, Concert Artist. 6. First International Tour: Australia and New Zealand. 7. Campoli, International Artist. 8. ‘At Home’.
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