I have been meaning to put together a list of celebrity violinists for a while, but I have not done so for reasons I do not understand. However, I have decided – instead - to now put together a list of violinists on this blog who, for reasons I also do not understand, have gotten very little attention – fewer than 70 (unique) views. And, here it is, in reverse chronological order: Arthur Hartmann, Jacob Grun, Franz Kneisel, Eddie South, Tivadar Nachez, Karl Halir, Camilla Urso, Nahan Franko, Albert Sammons, Jose Lafitte, Daisy Kennedy, Isidore Cohen, Erick Friedman, Victoria Mullova, Joseph Hellmesberger, Robert Mann, Emmanuel Wirth, William Reed, Otto Joachim, Ion Voicu, Jan Kubelik, Willy Hess, Pierre Baillot, Jacques Thibaud, Antonio Bazzini, Roman Totenberg, Jeno Hubay, and Emile Sauret. With time, perhaps these violinists may get a few more views and reach 100 views or so. Few people seem even aware that these once-famous people were very influential musicians in their day. Of course some profiles have gotten over 500 (unique) views but the reason eludes me. Why some old names stick and others don’t is a mystery. The ones who are contemporary but have very few views are Robert Mann and Victoria Mullova but the reason for that is that my Pronetoviolins blog post about them does not even show up in the first ten pages of Google. I wonder if, fifty years from now, Gil Shaham or Itzhak Perlman or Hilary Hahn will still be remembered. Not too long ago, I asked a violin student if she had heard a certain Heifetz recording. She said she had never heard of Jascha Heifetz. Well, there it is.