Temi dei Convegni Internazionali sul Violino English

Themes of the International Meetings on Violin Esposaizione liutaria, 1984 Auditorium della Cultura Friulana – Gorizia mostra_liuteria.jpg (18099 byte) Texts Coordination of dott. prof. Gianni DRASCEK I Meeting, 1983 Problems of musical programming and organization of violin contests; II Meeting, 1984 Violin Schools compared on the technical-interpretative-expressive problems; III Meeting, 1985 Violinists and pedagogues who are little known bat very important for the work they have made; IV Meeting, 1986 The vibrato teaching method on the violin and the viola proposed in the pedagogic work by R. LlPIZER, compared to the solution gave to this problem by other eminent violinists, such as A. AGARKOW, K. FLESCH, l. GALAMIAN, V. HUML, J. MICHA, K. MOSTRAS and others; V Meeting, 1987 Violintechnique as fundamental base for musical interpretation; VI Meeting, 1988 Metodology, didaticsand programmes for violin teaching; VIIMeetig 1989 Metodology, didaticsand programmes for violin teaching; VIII Meeting, 1990 The importrance of the bow technique on the quality of the sound; IX Meeting, 1991 Contemporary music aesthetics and violin pedagogy; X Meeting, 1992 GiuseppeTARTINI as an innovator and forerunner of the modern violin technique and his influence on the most significant violinists and European teachers; XI Meeting, 1993 The importance of the Hungarian School in the development of violin playing in the 19th and 20th centuries through its representants such as Joseph JOACHIM, Leopold von AUER, Jen HUBA Y, Franz von VECSEY, Joseph SZIGETI, Cari FLESCH, Jeli D’ARANYI, Stefi GEYER, André GERTLER and others; XII Meeting, 1994 The influence of folk music on the classic violin repertoire; XIII Meeting, 1995 Sonateas and Partitas for solo violin by J.S.BACH in the Rodolfo LIPIZER’s faithful revision of the autograph manuscript with phrasing and fingering suggestions; XIV Meeting, 1996 Role and importance of Italian school in the international development of violin art; XV Meeting, 1997 The problems of violin recitals in the musical life of today; XVI Meeting, 1998 Educational aspects in the formation of artistic personality; XVII Meeting, 1999 Johann Paul von WESTHOFF, a musician before the Bach’s era; XVIIIMeeting 2000 Technique and art in the works for violin ofJ. S. BACH; XIX Meeting, 2001 Nicolò PAGANINI, 24 Capricci: if this work represents the authentic apex of the violinistic mastery, is that the historical evolution of the violin’s technique or mystery or joke of the genius? Which is the true role of this work in the contemporary musical life and in the violin’s pedagogy? XX Meeting, 2002 Music and pleasant listen. Comparisons with the previous centuries. Responsability of composers, interpreters and organizers. Torna su
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