September 2018

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Maxim Vengerov talks about his lifelong learning curve and we learn the teaching methods of Heifetz, Gingold and Galamian. There’s a look at conservatoire auditions and Guy Johnston discusses Mendelssohn in Masterclass. Plus Sartory, Guadagnini and Aldo Parisot in this 144-page bumper issue

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In this issue:

  • Maxim Vengerov: The violinist and conductor explains how his commitment to educating young musicians reflects his own dedication to learning
  • The role of cochineal in Stradivari’s brilliant red varnishes
  • How to prepare for conservatoire auditions
  • Eugène Sartory’s development viewed through his unbranded work
  • Bow repair: rescuing a damaged Sartory bow
  • The teaching methods of Gingold, Heifetz and Galamian
  • Photographing bows: the tricks and challenges
  • In Focus: The record-breaking c.1773 ‘Sinzheimer’ violin by G.B. Guadagnini
  • Trade Secrets: A jig for arching corrections
  • My Space: Russian-born luthier Yuri Pochekin
  • Making Matters: Steve Rossow’s various techniques for teaching violin making
  • Life Lessons: The memories and opinions of veteran cello teacher Aldo Parisot
  • Opinion: Teaching limb-different children
  • Postcard from Dresden: Report from Jan Vogler’s Dresden Music Festival
  • Postcard from Yerevan: The Aram Khachaturian International Competition
  • Masterclass: British cellist Guy Johnston discusses Mendelssohn’s Variations op.17
  • Technique: Leo Phillips gives his ingenious strategies for functional fingering
  • Sentimental Work: David Finckel explains his love for Myaskovsky’s 1944-5 Cello Concerto
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Dimensions 21 x 30 x 0.5 cm
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