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by Raphael Bronstein

Author: Raphael Bronstein
Subcategory: Music
Language: English
Publisher: Paganiniana Publications; 2nd edition (November 1983)
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288 pages; "Science of Violin Playing," by Raphael Bronstein. Mr. Bronstein dictates how these masterworks should be performed by tediously describing each measure of the music

288 pages; "Science of Violin Playing," by Raphael Bronstein. Bronstein dictates how these masterworks should be performed by tediously describing each measure of the music. It is impossible to teach music of this level by explaining how to play each note.

The Science of Violin Pl. .has been added to your Cart. Being a former pupil of Prof. Bronstein and his daughter Ariana Bronne, I was very happy to hear the news that this book was being republished!

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Raphael Bronstein (June 25, 1896 – November 4, 1988) was a violinist and violin professor. He was born in a Jewish family in Vilnius, Lithuania and studied violin with Leopold Auer at the St. Petersburg Conservatory

Raphael Bronstein (June 25, 1896 – November 4, 1988) was a violinist and violin professor. Petersburg Conservatory. He arrived in the United States in 1923 to take a job as an assistant to Auer. Bronstein had one daughter, Ariana Bronne, who taught at the Manhattan School of Music.

Raphael Bronstein is among the most legendary violin instructors in recent memory. Filled with a career's worth of advice and wisdom, The Science of Violin Playing is a remarkable book for all aspiring performers and teachers. Arguably one of the strongest influences on our current generation of violin teachers and players, he counted among his students such luminaries as Elmar Oliveira, Martha Strongin Katz, Lya Stern, Jay Zhong, and his own daughter, Ariana Bronne. Though he taught over 1000 students in the Raphael Bronstein is among the most legendary violin instructors in recent memory.

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Bronstein"s teaching career spanned 65 years and was responsible for a large number of the current generation of leading violin teachers and performers. He wrote the Science of Violin Playing. He taught at the Hartt School in Hartford, Boston University, Manhattan School of Music, Queens College and the Graduate Center of the City University of New New York He is remembered annually at the Manhattan School of Music with a Commencement Award in his honor. Daniel Kobialka and Phillip Ruder are also among Bronstein"s most noteworthy students. He founded and conducted the Bronstein Symphonietta in 1949.

The New York Times Archives. View on timesmachine. This is a digitized version of an article from The Times’s print archive, before the start of online publication in 1996. Occasionally the digitization process introduces transcription errors or other problems. Though he taught over 1000 students in the course of his career, The Science of Violin Playing is his only publication. A treasure for serious students of the violin, this book contains page after page of instructive and inspiring wisdom.

Raphael Bronstein was a violinist and violin professor. Daniel Kobialka and Phillip Ruder are also among Bronstein's most noteworthy students.

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