2nd International Musicological Conference
                                    10-13 III 2005

19th Century Violin Schools:
techniques of Playing, Performance,
Questions of Sources and Editorial Issues

  1. Martin Wulfhorst (Hamburg):
    The Third Path: The Development of the Violin Concerto in the 19th Century
  2. Jolanta Szulakowska-Kulawik (Katowice):
    Characteristics of the nineteenth-century violin concerto - lines of development
  3. Robin Stowell (Cardiff):
    Henryk Wieniawski: Polish, Franco-Belgian or Hungarian?
  4. Renata Suchowiejko (Kraków):
    Franco-Belgian School of Violin Playing.
    Techniques – Aestethics – Didactics
  5. Damien Ehrhardt (Paris):
    National Schools and Cultural Transfer.
    The Example of 19th Century Instrumental Music in France and Germany
  6. Michael Arlt (München):
    Louis Spohr’s Violinschule: A Milestone of Violin Pedadogy in the Nineteenth Century
  7. Michele Calella (Zurich):
    Rise, Apogee and Fall: Joseph Joachim, Andreas Moser and the Historiography of the Violin Schools
  8. Dieter Gutknecht (Köln):
    Joseph Joachim und die Deutsche Geigerschule im 19. Jahrhundert
  9. Klaus Döge (München):
    Frantisek Ondricek and Virtuosity
  10. Laszlo Gombos (Budapest):
    The Main Directions of the Hungarian Violin School in the 19th and Early 20th Century
  11. Luca Aversano (Rome):
    Italian Violin Methods and Pedagogics in XIXth Century
  12. Roberto Illiano (Cremona):
    Locatelli’s Influence on Paganini
  13. Massimiliano Sala (Cremona):
    The Sonatas for Two Violins of Giovanni Battista Viotti
  14. Pablo Rodriguez (Logroño):
    'A la maniere des zigeuner'. On Sarasate’s 1904 recordings
  15. Herald Herrestahl (Oslo):
    The Norwegian Ole Bull and his Polacca
  16. Martina Homma (Köln):
    Sounds like Kosciuszko and Sobieski Dancing a Polonaise:
    About Robert Schumann’s Violin Concerto and the 'Unplayable'
  17. Marcin Wąsowski (Warszawa):
    Virtuosity in Caprices by Karol Lipiński and Niccolo Paganini
  18. Zofia Chechlińska (Warszawa):
    Reception of Henryk Wieniawski on Polish territory in the XIXth century
  19. Małgorzata Woźna–Stankiewicz (Kraków):
    Information on Violin Schools and Virtuosi in the Polish Century Historical Writing on Music


Main Organizer:

The Henryk Wieniawski Musical Society in Poznań

The I. J. Paderewski Academy of Music in Poznań
The Department of Musicology at Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań
The Poznań Society for the Advancement of the Arts and Sciences


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