Dont, Kreutzer, Rode: three of the most prominent violin pedagogues of the nineteenth century are united here in one volume. At the outset of the nineteenth century, Rodolphe Kreutzer and Pierre Rode each composed epochal collections of studies (see HN 1177 and HN1186); in 1852, as an introduction to these two standard works, Jakob Dont wrote his exceptionally helpful 24 Preparatory Exercises op. 37, which even today no student of the violin can avoid. Their success is also evident from the fact that numerous revised editions were published in the twentieth century by violinists such as Hans Sitt, Carl Flesch, or Ivan Galamian. Now for the first time, G. Henle Publishers' Urtext edition restores access to the unadulterated original with Dont's authentic fingering and bowing suggestions, in an outstandingly legible musical text. The prominent violin pedagogue Paul Roczak acted as a consultant for this edition and carefully supplemented Dont's original marking.