January 16, 2012 at 7:26 AMOistrakh - a whole era in music, which in addition to continuous triumphs, and was marked by the flowering of the Russian violin school. G. Kremer, L. Isakadze, V. Klimov, Igor Oistrakh, Oleg Kagan, V. Pikayzen ... And there's more famous pupils Masters.
Those who were fortunate to personally know David Fedorovich, always remember the special microclimate of love, trust, respect and inspired work, which prevailed in the class maestro.
Aleksandr Vinnitsa: "My most vivid impression - the first meeting with David Oistrakh. When I was a boy, a teenager came to him for an audition, the first thing he asked me was: "Can I call you on the" you"? I was amazed. David Oistrakh was very simple, good and comfortable in communicating person. All five years that I worked in his class was amazing ".
Oistrakh-teacher genuinely happy for each meeting with a true talent and carefully guarded the creative individuality of their students. To teaching very seriously, believing that the benefits of communicating with young musicians both sides.
"When you're dealing with talented youth, which closely monitor the growth of young musicians, often to find answers to questions posed by myself in the process. Sometimes you see how your student intuitively or deliberately solves the problem over which you have often had to think. Gradually, summed up the new experience, and ultimately have a salutary effect on its own performing arts ".
His students David F. admonished the following words: "Strive to know more. narrowness of outlook, lack of interest can make a feeble any talent. Avoid the narrowness of the repertory. Let shine virtuoso piece for you to not outshine many treasure of musical ideas, sometimes dressed in a less spectacular dress ".
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