Influences on the development of violin teaching in the Slovenian Lands in the nineteenth and first half of the twentieth centuries
Keywords:violin playing in the Slovenian Lands, eighteenth-century music, twentieth-century music, Paris Conservatoire, Prague Conservatoire, Vienna Conservatoire, Slovenian violin pedagogy, Otakar Ševčik, Slovenian didactic violin works
AbstractIn comparison with other European countries, violin pedagogy and its methodology in Slovenian Lands did not develop until the beginning of the nineteenth century. The greatest influences on the development of Slovenian violin pedagogy came from the violin schools of the Viennese and Prague Conservatoires. Both schools originated from the French violin school with its main representative G. B. Viotti. The school which had the most impact on the development of Slovenian violin pedagogy was the Prague violin school. Another major figure in the development of Slovenian violin pedagogy was Otakar Ševčík, whose Violinschule für Anfänger, op. 6 inspired many didactic violin works that appeared in Slovenia in the 20th century.
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