/sig"i tee, si get"ee/; Hung. /si"ge tee/, n.
Joseph, 1892-1973, U.S. violinist, born in Hungary.

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  • SZIGETI, JOSEPH — (1892–1973), violinist. Born in Sighet, Szigeti studied with Hubay and made his debut at the age of seven. In 1917 he was appointed professor of violin at the Geneva Conservatory, and in 1926 settled in the United States. His playing was… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

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  • SZIGETI, IMRE — (1897–1975), Australian graphic artist. Born in Hungary, Szigeti was forced out of Budapest University by antisemitism. He studied art in Berlin. Leaving Germany in 1933, he arrived in Sydney, Australia, in 1939 and worked at textile print… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Szigeti,Joseph — Szi·ge·ti (sĭgʹĭ tē, sĭ gĕtʹē), Joseph. 1892 1973. Hungarian born American violinist known especially for his interpretations of complex modern works, including compositions by Bartók and Prokofiev. * * * …   Universalium

  • Szigeti, Joseph — (1892 1973)    Violinist of Transylvanian origin. Born in Sighet, he studied at the Liszt Academy of Budapest. He taught at the Berlin Conservatory, and later at the conservatory in Geneva. In 1925 he settled in the US, but retired to Switzerland …   Dictionary of Jewish Biography

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