Sevčik was able to develop kubelik's left hand work to the last degree of perfection—but not his bowing.
In the blue drawing-room, kubelik had just arrived and was beginning to play.
Nor does he seem to care for the sputtering Paganinities so dear to the heart of Mr. kubelik.
Grace was going to hear kubelik that evening, dining first with the Halwards.
Ole Bull and kubelik had made great successes, he said; and so, why not he?
"There is also a kubelik," suggested Brigit slily, to see what he would answer.
Mr. Kreisler's style is in sharp contrast with Mr. kubelik's.
But kubelik is a boy, and he has 'violin hands'—fingers a kilomètre long.
His programme yesterday was open to some of the same objections as Mr. kubelik's on Tuesday evening.
They are fond of music, and pride themselves that they discovered Tetrazzini and kubelik long before London.