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Jenő Hubay (1858-1937) was a Hungarian violinist, composer, and pedagogue, renowned for his virtuosity and significant contributions to violin repertoire. Trained at the Brussels Conservatory under Vieuxtemps, his artistry combined technical brilliance with profound musical expression. Hubay's compositions, including four violin concertos, chamber music, and numerous character pieces for violin, reflect his mastery and deep understanding of the instrument. His tenure as a professor at the Franz Liszt Academy in Budapest influenced generations of violinists, leaving an indelible mark on the violin pedagogy. Hubay's legacy endures through his compositions, teaching methodologies, and his impact on the development of violin performance.