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Jelly D' Aranyi (1893 - 1966)

Alongside her sister, Adila Fachiri, Jelly d’Arányi was celebrated across Europe (mainly in England, where she settled at thirty) and in America, receiving the admiration and favour of several prominent composers. There were three d’Arányi sisters: Jelly, originally destined for the piano, on which she gave a recital aged six; Adila, whose teacher Grünfeld noticed her physical suitability for the violin and encouraged her towards that instrument; and Hortense, a rather less well-known pianist.

Jelly’s Jewish-Hungarian parentage gave her a fashionable advantage in her early career: as grandniece of Joseph Joachim and protégée of Jenő Hubay at the Budapest Music Academy her successful début in London, aged fourteen, was more or less guaranteed. She was, however, somewhat cast adrift by Joachim’s death in 1907. At the age of ten she played to him and he declared the wish to teach her; but alas he was on his deathbed (from which he famously criticised her overuse of vibrato!) before this could come about.




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