An inspirational biography of the founder of the Csehy Summer School of Music, Heartstrings is full of memories and photographs of talented and beloved violinist, Wilmos Csehy.
Born with exceptional musical talent, Wilmos Csehy performed publicly as a violinist at the age of four. By the time he was a teenager he had the opportunity for a brilliant musical career, but turned down secular celebrity to apply his musical gifts to sacred music.
His classical interpretation of familiar hymns inspired people in cities and villages across the continent as he toured with the Csehy Musical Messengers.
Today, the Csehy Summer School of Music which he founded gives both vocal and instrumental training to junior and senior high school students during its summer sessions.
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In Heartstrings, Barbara M. Sutryn has compiled a rich treasury of the personal memories of people whose lives were enriched by working with Wilmos Csehy, as well as the historical facts provided by Wilmos' wife and musical partner, Gladys Csehy.
The author is a freelance writer whose work appears in Christian periodicals such as Focus on the Family , The War Cry, Light and Life, Evangel and Power for Living. Her book, The Sign Painter (Tyndale House), is inspirational fiction.Review:
"Barbara Sutryn has caught the Csehys' musical excellence, Christian vision, servant's heart, and superb integrity." -- Rev. David M. Virkler, Evangelist, Dedication Evangelism
"I am delighted that at last his contribution to the cause of Christ has been so interestingly chronicled!" -- Dr. Joseph M. Stowell, President, Moody Bible Institute
"This account has confirmed my impressions of him and has deepened my appreciation for his commitment to Christ." -- Randy Haynes, Director, Csehy Summer School of Music
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Book Description Lamp Post Publishing, Inc., 2004. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # M1892135337
Book Description Lamp Post Publishing, Inc., 2004. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P111892135337