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Celebrated violin players.
Europe, and is also in the front rank as teacher; lives in Brussels. Zajic, Florian, born May 4th 1853, at Unhoscht (Bohemia); pupil of Mildner and Bennewitz in the Conservatorium, Prague. In 1870 he became leader at Augsburg, was from 1871—-1881 in the Mannheim orchestra, then, until 1889, principal violin teacher in the Conservatorium of Stras-burg. From 1889 he was first teacher at Stern's Con­servatorium, Berlin. He has toured with success in Germany, England, France, Austria and Switzerland.
Some Violinists of the 20 th Century.
Hall, Marie, born at Newcastle-on-Tyne, 1884, studied with Mossel, Kruse & Sevcik; made a successful debut in London, Feb. 16th, 1903.
Ifegediis, Ferencz, born at Buda-Pesth, 1881, studied with Hubay; appeared in London, June 1901.
Kocian, Jaroslav, born in Bohemia, 1884, in 1896 became a pupil of Sevcik's, visited London 1902, with great success.
Krcisler, Fritz, born at Vienna, Feb. 2nd, 1875, studied there, later with Massart in Paris, where at the age of 12 he won the "Premier Prix3' of the Conservatoire. Introduced by Richter, he made a highly successful appearance in London in 1902.
Kubclik, Johafin, born July 5th, 1880, at Michle near Prague, pupil of Sevcik, introduced to England by Richter he became extremely popular as a Paganini player of exceptional technique.
Fecskai, Louis, born July 20, 1880, at Buda-Pesth, admitted to the Academy there by the Minister of Public In­struction at the age of 7, visited London 1896.
Rivarde, Serge Achille, of French parentage, in 1879 shared with Ondricek the first prize of the Paris Conservatoire. Appeared with success in London in 1894.
Sevcik, Ottokar, born 1852 in Bohemia, entered the Prague Conservatorium, where he subsequently became very famous as professor of the violin. Author of some im­portant studies.
Zacharewitch, Michael, born at Ostrow, Russia, in 1877; studied 5 years with Sevcik, appeared with success in London in 1903.
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