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The following article is dotzauer method excerpt from Lev Ginsburg's History of the Violoncello of which this may be considered a short reviewand is representative of the fine work done by Dr.

His book begins with Romberg, and ends with modern cello music and cellists up to the mid twentieth century. The History of the VioloncelloPaganiniana Publications should be in every cellist's library. If you are looking for a copy, it is out of dotzauer method, but you may possibly find a used copy at Montagnana Books.

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During the first decades of the 19th century, the art of the violoncello developed markedly in dotzauer method German towns. This dotzauer method closely linked,to the development of music in general, of operatic, symphonic and chamber music in particular, of professional music education, as well as to the appearance of conservatoires in Germany.

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Romberg, then at the height of his dotzauer method activity, also undoubtedly exercised a certain influence. Unlike many countries where the capitals were the centers of musical life for almost the entire century, Germany's political disunity it was finally united only inhad several music centers -Hamburg, Leipzig, Dresden, Berlin, Munich and others-which sprang up comparatively early.

The feudal disunity of the country had a negative impact not only on its economic, social and political life, but also on its national cultural development. At the same time, the fact that there were dotzauer method royal and princely courtsvith excellent music chapels was objectively conducive to the early development of music and musical practice in different towns.

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That occurred against a background of military events Germany was often at the center beginning with Napoleonic invasions and ending with the Franco-Prussian war, and a background of great revolutionary changes-the and bourgeois revolutions. Foreign musicians Czech, Italian, French also played a definite dotzauer method during the 19th century in the development of the German music, particularly the violoncello.

But with national self-awareness heightened, and with the democratization of its music, the particularity of advanced German art and its base in folk origins, in dotzauer method achievements of the great German musicians of the past Bach, Telemann, Handel, Haydn and of the moment Beethoven, Mendelssohn, Schumann, Brahms, Wagner became more apparent.

Progressive esthetic views of outstanding musicians like Mendelssohn, Schumann, Brahms, Liszt, Berlioz had a very positive impact on overcoming the superficiality of the salon and empty virtuosity in performing art, not only in Germany, but in Europe as a whole.

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The 18th century classical works, as well as those of Beethoven, Schumann, Brahms dotzauer method their contemporaries were more often included in the repertoires of the most prominent 19th century performers. At the same time, from the beginning of the second half of the century, questions of the artistic interpretation of this music became increasingly prominent.

Simultaneously, the advanced performers, including violoncellists, were dotzauer method attracted to chamber music, especially quartets.

This helped to ennoble musical taste and developed a sense of style.

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It was accompanied, of course, by the struggle between different tastes and trends, a struggle by the advanced musicians for profound content dotzauer method art, against middle-class conventionality and artistic shallowness.

Dotzauer method court chapel, already famous in the 18th century when Johann Hasse was court opera composer, also attracted excellent musicians later. Carl Maria von Weber headed the royal opera house from Between andthe illustrious Polish violinist Karol Lipinsky was concertmaster there.

There are sufficient grounds to speak about the Dresden violoncello school of the 19th century, its outstanding representatives being Justus Johann Friedrich Dotzauer and Friedrich August Kummer, with Friedrich Wilhelm GrUtzmacher the leading light of the second half of the century.

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Because of these masters and their pupils, as well as their pedagogical dotzauer method which-were used so extensively then, the significance of this school goes far beyond Germany.

His father was a local pastor and an ardent music-lover. In his childhood Justus played the piano, violin and cello.

Bach-instructed Dotzauer in music theory and elementary composition. The young musician also took lessons on the dotzauer method, the French horn and clarinet.

At the age of fifteen, he had already played the violoncello variations by Ignac Joseph Pleyel at the Hildburghausen court concert.

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After choosing the cello as his prime focus, Dotzauer left for Meiningen in and continued his studies there under the then famous German violoncellist and concertmaster of the ducal chapel Krigck-a pupil dotzauer method Jean Duport.

Two years later, Dotzauer was admitted to the Meiningen court chapel. There he stayed untilwhen he left for a Leipzig chapel. Dotzauer remained in Leipzig untiland with Matthei, Campagnioli and Voigt he formed a quartet which won great acclaim.

Inthey gave twelve concerts in Leipzig which were among the first public quartet concerts in Europe.