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  Ida Haendel Monday 9 June 2003  
Violinist Ida Haendel
At the age of 3½, Ida Haendel picked up her sister's violin for the first time and amazed her parents by playing.

Despite having started her international concert career in the 1930s, Ida is still performing today, always questioning the notion that performers deteriorate with age.
Ida Haendel joins Jenni to talk about why she has just finished the second volume of her autobiography 33 years after she published the first, and plays live in the studio.

Decca Records: Ida Haendel


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