1. The general and specific objectives of the subject are:

The basic objective of the training is to prepare instrumental music for basic art education. Its aim is to acquire a high level of instrumental art knowledge in possession of which students can participate in pedagogical work as a chamber musician or as a member of a larger musical association in the cultural life of their school and environment.

The main object of work during the eight semester of full autonomy to the acquisition of instrument playing is the goal. It is extremely important to based on good sense, consciously the playing mechanism used to improve that this may be the main basis for the transfer during the pedagogical work. It is necessary to further develop the lively, sound-rich vocal training that is essential in the teaching of work. We consider it essential to master, mastering and accentuating the basic works of elementary curriculum to be analyzed in material knowledge. In addition to building rhythmic and intonational security, the program plays an important role in enhancing read reading to a high level, developing game play, and preparing for a test game in the fourth semester.

Content of the course
Admission requirements

  1. 1 Scale through four octaves with triangular resolutions (moderato and presto tempo)
  2. two different types of etude (Rode, Gaviniés, Dont)
  3. 1 movement from J. S. Bach’s solosonatas or partitas
  4. 1 movement from a violinconcerto (Bach and Vivaldi can not be)
  5. Performing pieces

Content of the course

Under the 8 semesters of the subject, we develop and deepen the previously acquired knowledge – instrument management, formatting and presentation skills, and style knowledge – while the vocal literature is increasingly being learned by the student.

The technical problems associated with the instrumental playing are sifted technically – such as vocal training, voices, different genres, double strings, race and chord, vibrato – and to compensate for the possible shortcomings, always at the highest level of tone, intonation and rhythm and putting music in service. Meanwhile, we put great emphasis on clear, intelligent formatting, skills in music styles, and memory security development.

As students get to a higher level on their instrument and learn more serious repertoire, we take the most important etudes and piece program in primary education, and put them in the exams.

Our goal, therefore, is to provide students with technically demanding solutions, authoritative soundtracks, and later to be able to pass on the tools of implementation to their students as well.

  1. Breakdown in Semesters of the Course , Control method
  1. semester

In this academic year, we put special emphasis on recording technical, musical problems that may arise, systematically solving and developing them, always tailored to the individual needs of a given student. Teachers and students have the opportunity to know each other; on the one hand, the possibilities, the abilities, the capacity, the psychological characteristics of the student, etc. while exploring the learner’s expectations and ways of working on the student’s way of understanding.


Scales trough four octaves

Etudes from Kayser Op. 20.

Etudes, finger and bow practice (Rode, Dont, Gaviniés, Ševčik, Hubay,

Dancla Op. 73-as stb.)

Mozart’s Violinconcertos

Other freely chosen performing pieces and concert movements


Exam Program:

  1. Year 1. semester

2 etude from the Kayser 1. book, one pulled out and played
scales through 4 octave with triple-split resolutions, with double strings
2 etude
1 Bach solosonata or partita movement Performing piece or concerto movement

  1. Year 2. semester

2 etude from the Kayser 2. book,  one pulled out and played
scales through 4 octave with triple-split resolutions, with double strings
2 Bach solosonata or partita movement

First movements of the Mozart’s Violinconcert with cadenza (if the student played in Mozart during the first semester, in this case: 1 romanticism concerto movements)

Performing piece

2. Year 3. semester

scales through 3 octave with triple-split resolutions, with double strings
Fiorillo, Dont, Gaviniés, Hubay, Vieuxtemps, Wieniawski etudes
Pre – classical concertos
Virtuose Performing pieces

Exam Program:

3 scales through 3 octave with triple-split resolutions, with double strings
3 etude
1 pre – classical sonata

Virtuose Performing pieces

2. Year 4. semester

J.Dont Op. 38-etudes
Pre – classical sonatas
Concertos from the Romanticism
Performing pieces from Kreisler, Sarasate, Hubay

Exam Program:

from all three-lane minor scales, one pulled out and played
3 Etude from  Dont Op. 38.  – pulled out and played
1 pre – classical sonata
1 concerto movements from the Romanticism
One piece from Kreisler, Sarasate vagy Hubay

3. Year 5. semester

Dont, Gaviniés, Vieuxtemps, Wieniawski, Hubay, Paganini etudes
Haydn Violinconcertos
Concertos from the Romanticism
2  pieces from the XX. century or some contemporary pieces

Exam Program:

from all three-lane minor scales, one pulled out and played
2 etude
1 Haydn Violin concert first movement with cadenza
1 slow movement from one of the romancisist concertos
1 piece from the  XX. century or a contemporary piece (with or without piano)

3. Year 6. semester

Dancla Op. 68-as etudes
Pieces from Bach, Bartók és Ysaÿe ton solo violin

Exam Program:
from all three-lane minor scales, one pulled out and played
Etudes from the Dancla Op. 68 – three pulled out and played
2 solo sonata movements
1 Concertos movements from the Romanticism or from the XX. century
(if you are playing Ysaÿe or Bartók’s solo sonate, can be a Beethoven concert)

4. Year 7 semester

Etudes from Mazas I. book
Orchestral Excerpts
Begin preparing for a Diploma Concert.

Exam Program:
a scale in four octaves with resolutions and double strings or an etud
two works of diploma Concert

4. Year 8 semester

Preparing for the Diploma Concert.

Final Exam’s Program:

35-45 minutes, with a selection of at least three different musical periods with a concerto, a solo and chamber performance. 

  1. Control method

Control during semester

The main object lessons are used for continuous monitoring. It is important to attend regular concerts (minimum once per semester) and a “common lesson”, which is a professional workshop where students can exchange experiences with each other to learn each other’s productions in an appropriate manner orally.

Exams at the end of semester

At the end of the semesters, the students will give an account of their knowledge before the examination committee. The exam program have to be played from memory, the studies of the basic course are made from their own sheets.

  1. List of compulsory or recommended literature

An etudes that can be used to expand the technical toolbar:

Dont, Dancla, Hubay, Lipinski, Locatelli, Paganini, Vieuxtemps és Wieniawski concert etudes

Recommended pieces:

Bach solosonatas és partitas
Mozart: Violin concertos

Performing pieces:

pl.Csajkovszkij, Hubay, Kreisler, Paganini, Ravel, Saint-Saëns, Sarasate, Suk, Wieniawski műveiből

Pieces from the Romanticism or concertos from the XX. century

Bartók, Berg, Brahms, Csajkovszkij, Dohnányi, Dvořak, Elgar, Glazunov, Goldmark, Hacsaturján, Lalo, Lutosławski, Mendelssohn, Paganini, Prokjofjev, Saint-Saëns, Sibelius,

Sosztakovics, Stravinsky, Szymanowski versenyművei Hegedű-

Piano’s sonatas

Bartók, Beethoven, Brahms, Debussy, Frank, Grieg, Janaček, Mozart, Prokofjev, Schubert, Schumann, Stravinsky és Weiner művei

A modern zene hangzásvilágának és kifejezési eszközeinek mélyebb megismerése érdekében

Pieces from the XX. century or contemporary pieces

Bartók Rapszódiái ill. Szólószonáta, Lutosławski, Prokofjev, Schnittke, Schönberg, Szymanowski, Webern ill. kortárs magyar szerzők: Balassa, Csemiczky, Kocsár, Kurtág, Lendvai, Orbán, Petrovics, Sári J., Szöllősi, Szunyogh, Vajda stb. művei

Recommended books:

Auer, Baillot, Bloch, Capet, Flesch, Galamian, Geminiani, Hubay, Leopold Mozart hegedűiskolái, valamint Casals, Gerle, Menuhin, Rostal és Szigeti írásai.

Orchestral excerpts:

Mozart szimfóniák és nyitányok, Beethoven szimfóniák, Mendelssohn: Szentivánéji álom, Skót szimfónia, Schumann: II. szimfónia, Brahms szimfóniák, Mahler szimfóniák, Liszt: Les Preludes, Wagner: Siegfried, Richard Strauss művekből, Bartók: Két arckép, Concerto, Kodály: Galántai táncok stb. Hegedűszólók: Bach Máté Passiójából, Beethoven: Missa Solemnis-éből, Rimszkij-Korszakov: Seherezádé stb.