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THE WILBUR SCHNITKER ARCHIVES

 

BEETHOVEN VIOLIN AND PIANO SONATAS

 

JOHN KENDALL, VIOLIN

 

VOLUME II


DISK NUMBER 1

 

    Op. 12 #1

    Op. 12 #2

    Op. 12 #3

 

 

DISK NUMBER 2

 

    Op. 23

    Op. 24

 

 

DISK NUMBER 3

 

    Op. 30 #1

    Op. 30 #2

    Op. 30 #3

 

 

DISK NUMBER 4

 

    Op. 47 (Kreutzer)




JOHN D. KENDALL

VIOLIN

 

John Kendall was a member of the Muskingum College faculty from 1946 through 1963. Mr. Kendall is an internationaly-esteemed teacher of stringed instruments.

 

He introduced the Suzuki method of instruction in the United States during the early 1960's. Through more than 500 lecture-demonstrations and teacher training workshops, Mr. Kendall popularized the Suzuki method and helped revitalize string pedagogy in the United States.

 

He earned his Bachelor's degree in music from Oberlin College in 1939, and MA at Columbia Teacher's College in 1946. He joined the Muskingum College faculty in 1946 and served as professor, as Chairman of the Arts Division, and as conductor of the college orchestra. During his year's at Muskingum he studied at the Julliard School of Music and Indiana University. He left the Muskingum College faculty in 1963 to become Professor and Director of the String Development Program at Southern Illinois University.

 

Mr. Kendall gave the commencement address at the 12th graduate commencement service at Musikingum College. President Steele and Vice President Simms presented John Kendall with an honorary Doctor of Public Service Degree.