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Margaret Schmidt

TRANSLATOR Margaret Schmidt, holds the Ph.D. in Music Education from the University of Michigan, the Master of Music in violin performance from SUNY-StonyBrook, and the Bachelor of Music Education from Lawrence University.

Stephen Shipps

EDITOR Stephen   B.   Shipps   enjoys   a   varied   professional   career   as   violinist,   teacher, editor,   administrator,   adjudicator   and   commentator.   He   serves   as   Professor of    Violin    and    Senior    Advisor    to    the    Dean    for    International    Study    at    the University   of   Michigan   School   of   Music,   Theatre   &   Dance.   He   is   Director   of the International Music Academy Pilsen in the Czech Republic.
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TO SUPERIOR BOWING TECHNIQUE The definitive book on all aspects of bowing technique.
STORY CAPET WAS THE PROGENITOR OF SUPERIOR BOWING TECHNIQUE Lucien Capet studied at the Conservatoire de Paris where he was a pupil of Jean-Pierre Maurin and later appeared as soloist with French orchestras. Between 1896 – 99 he was the concertmaster of l'Orchestre des Concerts Lamoureux. He taught violin at the Société Sainte-Cécile de Bordeaux (1899–1903). His famous students include Jascha Brodsky and Ivan Galamian, both of whom became highly influential violin teachers of the latter part of the Twentieth Century. Lucien Capet had a successful career as a soloist and chamber musician, forming the Capet Quartet in 1893. The Quartet made several landmark recordings of Beethoven string quartets and Romantic and Classical works.
Mr. Capet is a Master Performer on the violin with a wonderful technique and a warm and powerful tone. - Alberto Bachmann, 1925

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Margaret Schmidt

TRANSLATOR Margaret Schmidt, holds the Ph.D. in Music Education from the University of Michigan, the Master of Music in violin performance from SUNY-StonyBrook, and the Bachelor of Music Education from Lawrence University.

Stephen Shipps

EDITOR Stephen    B.    Shipps    enjoys    a    varied    professional career   as   violinist,   teacher,   editor,   administrator, adjudicator     and     commentator.     He     serves     as Professor    of    Violin    and    Senior    Advisor    to    the Dean   for   International   Study   at   the   University   of Michigan   School   of   Music,   Theatre   &   Dance.   He   is Director     of     the     International     Music     Academy Pilsen in the Czech Republic.
FIND THE MAGIC

WELCOME

TO SUPERIOR BOWING TECHNIQUE The definitive book on all aspects of bowing technique.
STORY CAPET WAS THE PROGENITOR OF SUPERIOR BOWING TECHNIQUE Lucien Capet studied at the Conservatoire de Paris where he was a pupil of Jean-Pierre Maurin and later appeared as soloist with French orchestras. Between 1896 – 99 he was the concertmaster of l'Orchestre des Concerts Lamoureux. He taught violin at the Société Sainte-Cécile de Bordeaux (1899–1903). His famous students include Jascha Brodsky and Ivan Galamian, both of whom became highly influential violin teachers of the latter part of the Twentieth Century. Lucien Capet had a successful career as a soloist and chamber musician, forming the Capet Quartet in 1893. The Quartet made several landmark recordings of Beethoven string quartets and Romantic and Classical works.
Mr. Capet is a Master Performer on the violin with a wonderful technique and a warm and powerful tone. - Alberto Bachmann, 1925

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