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                                                 莫扎特之旅整理 文/图 2017-03-14  16:26



  爱德华,施密德 Eduard Schmieder(1948~)      

The Great Violinests


Margaret Campbell



    Edward Schmid was born in 1948 in Lviv, Ukraine, and his father was a surgeon. Schmid began to study violin at the age of five, and at the age of seven he played Bach's "A Minor Concerto" at the concert. Later he entered the Mussorgsky Conservatory in Leningrad and studied with Mikhail Vierman. At the age of sixteen, Schmidt represented the Soviet Union in the Paganini competition in Genoa, but due to a sudden heart attack, Schmidt missed the game. Subsequently, Schmid was sent to Piarnu on the Baltic coast to recuperate, all famous Soviet musicians have their own villas here. During the period of cultivation, the local concert hall allowed Schmid to practice in it. One day, when he had just finished playing the first movement of the Tchaikovsky Violin Concerto, he heard loud applause. Schmidt was surprised to find David. · Oistrach is sitting in the seat. When the great musician told him that he wanted to teach him, Schmid was flattered. So in the next seven years, the annual summer of Schmidt came to learn from Oistrach.
In 1970, Schmidt entered the Gneissin Conservatory and studied with Felix Andreevsky. Two years later, Andreevsky immigrated to Israel, so Schmidt continued to study with Mikhail Galicsky and later became a teacher at the Gnesin Academy of Music, teaching violin methodology. His professor's content combines the performance, teaching and learning of a Ph.D. In 1980, Schmid decided to move the family to the United States. When he arrived in the United States, Schmid did not speak a word of English. Even when he got his first job in the United States at Lamar University in Beaumont, Texas, he knew nothing about English. When Schmid started working, there was only one student in the school who studied the violin, but in just two and a half years, he had twelve students in his class, and several of them won the competition. "I think if you come to teach students, you must know some terms - I also taught some foreign students in the Soviet Union - if your expression and expression are sufficiently expressive, the students will understand you. The meaning of the words. Later, the Dean of the Meadow School of Music at Rice University in Houston invited Schmid to teach, and Schmidt accepted it with pleasure. But in order not to leave his Lamar students, he taught at Lamey in the first year of teaching at the Meadow School of Music, often between the two places. His number of students is three times faster.
Later, Schmid moved from Houston to Los Angeles and became a violin professor at the University of Southern California. This is where Hefitz once worked. In 1990, Schmid became a violin professor at the Meadow School of Music at the Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas. He is still the recipient of the honor of Alger's distinguished professor of violin and chamber music. Now Schmid is a visiting professor at the Paris Conservatory of Music and many other European conservatories. He is a regular judge and serves as a judge for the International Violin Competition, including the Paganini Violin Competition, the Sibelius Violin Competition and the Queen Elizabeth Competition. Schmid also often returned to the motherland of Russia, and was also welcomed and loved in the homeland. In 1996, Schmid received an honorary professorship from the Almaty Conservatory of Music in the Republic of Kazakhstan.
- "The immortal violinist" [English] Margaret Campbell

  Eduard Schmieder is conducting the band 爱德华.施密德在指挥      

“Among (violin pedagogues) I consider to be of elite caliber I would, without hesitation, include the name of Eduard Schmieder. He is a born educator who possesses the rare ability to blend the finest precepts of modern Western violin pedagogy and musicianship with the virtuoso proclivities of the brilliant Soviet school. Equally important, he has intimate knowledge of and respect for the great violinistic traditions of the past, which further contributes to the extraordinary scope of his cognition”–Henry Roth, Music Critic, The STRAD, Author of books “Great Violinists in Performance”, “Violin Virtuosos, From Paganini to the 21st Century”, and other.

““… He elicits great dynamic from the orchestra…altogether, all the participants are wide awake and in fact, honor and wait anxiously for the conductor’s wishes… predominant excitement brought out by Schmieder.” –Eberhard Iro, Review on Mahler Chamber Orchestra, Landshuter Rathausprunksaal

“Eduard Schmieder is a distinguished musician… his coming in Bucharest was an inspiring one… connected musical life from here to the world standards…” — Fred Popovici, Romania Liberia

“…conductor Eduard Schmieder elicited a lively pulse…the ensemble was particularly noteworthy for its unity of purpose and blend. It was as if the musicians’ hearts were beating to the same buoyant rhythm…lustrous, polished tone and graceful phrasing.” –Vivien Schweitzer, New York Times (2007)

“..rich sonorities [of iPalpiti] audibly took the audience’s breath away – especially whenever concertmaster Peter Rainer, whose technically immaculate tone throughout the night was sweet and thrilling, had a few bars to play – showed that iPalpiti had charms to soothe a hall well filled –STRINGS Magazine (2005)

“… a serious and resourceful podium personality.” –Daniel Cariaga, Los Angeles Times

“… The virtues of Mr. Schmieder as a sensitive and true musician inspired the players to create a very deep and emotional interpretation which kind of magnetized all its sensual harmonies and well phrased performance. This was a concert which could be titled as ‘pearls of music” from any point.'” -– Ora Binur, Ma’ariv Jerusalem Daily.


“我认为,在我认为具有精英才能的小提琴教育家中,他毫不犹豫地加入了爱德华·施米德的名字。他是一位天生的教育家,拥有将现代西方小提琴教育学和音乐学的最好规则与苏联卓越学派的精湛技艺结合在一起的罕见能力。同样重要的是,他对过去伟大的小提琴传统有着深入的了解和尊重,这进一步促进了他认知的非凡范围。“ - 亨利罗斯,音乐评论家,STRAD,书籍作者”伟大的小提琴演奏家“ “Violin Virtuosos,从帕格尼尼到21世纪”等

“”......他从乐团中引出了巨大的动力......总之,所有的参与者都很清醒,事实上,他们非常荣幸地等待指挥的希望...... Schmieder带来的主要兴奋。“-Eberhard Iro,马勒室内管弦乐团评论, Landshuter Rathausprunksaal

“Eduard Schmieder是一位杰出的音乐家......他来布加勒斯特是一个鼓舞人心的音乐家......将音乐生活从这里连接到世界标准......” - Fred Popovici,罗马尼亚利比里亚

“......指挥爱德华·施米德引发了一个活跃的脉搏......该乐团因其统一的目的和融合而特别引人注目。这就好像音乐家的心跳在同样轻快的节奏中一样......光亮,优美的音调和优雅的语调。“-Vivien Schweitzer,”纽约时报“(2007年)

“[iPalpiti]丰富多彩的声音让听众无比振奋 - 特别是当整晚演唱会技术上完美无瑕的音乐会主持人彼得莱纳有几个酒吧时 - 尤其表现出iPalpiti有魅力可以舒缓大厅填充良好的-STRINGS杂志(2005)

“......一个认真而又足智多谋的领奖台人物。” - 洛杉矶时报丹尼尔卡里亚加

“...施米德先生作为一个敏感而真实的音乐家的优点,激励了玩家们创造出一种非常深刻和情感化的解释,这种解读使得它的所有感官和谐以及措辞良好的表演都被磁化了。这是一场音乐会,从任何角度都可以被称为“音乐珍珠”。“ - Ora Binur,Ma'ariv Jerusalem Daily


  Eduard Schmider and Ida haendel  施密德先生和艾达.韩德尔      


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