Dont, 24 Etudes and Caprices for Violin Op. 35 (Schirmer)

    Dont, 24 Etudes and Caprices for Violin Op. 35 (Schirmer)

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    Jakob Dont, a Viennese violin pedagogue, wrote the 24 "Études et Caprices", Op. 35, which are violin solos without accompaniment and are considered essential classics. Published in 1880, the pieces consist of 48 pages and are edited by H. Berkley at a very advanced level. The etudes have been reworked by violinists such as Carl Flesch, Max Rostal, and Ivan Galamian in numerous new editions throughout the twentieth century.

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    Dont, 24 Etudes and Caprices for Violin Op. 35 (Schirmer)

    Jakob Dont, a Viennese violin pedagogue from the nineteenth century, is considered one of the most influential figures in the pedagogical literature for the violin. He wrote numerous study pieces, including his 24 "Études et Caprices", Op. 35, written between 1840 and 1849 and published in their definitive form by Dont in an anthology in 1880. These pieces are violin solos without accompaniment and are still considered essential classics. The collection consists of 48 pages, edited by H. Berkley and published by G. Schirmer, Inc. The etudes are very advanced, suitable for conservatory students, and have been reworked by violinists such as Carl Flesch, Max Rostal, and Ivan Galamian in numerous new editions throughout the twentieth century.Dont, 24 Etudes and Caprices for Violin Op. 35 (Schirmer)

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