On this CD Pavel Sporcl introduces himself with compositions of the authors who were the most significant Czech violin virtuosi of the period between Paganini and Oistrach. These outstanding representatives of the Czech violin art collected the highest honours in the nineteenth and at the beginning of the twentieth centuries in music capitals of the world (New York, London, Vienna, Berlin, Munich, Prague, Kharkov or Kiev) and they also laid the pedagogical foundations their successors have been benefiting from. F. Laub, J. Kubelik or V. Prihoda were proclaimed the best virtuosi of their time, O. Sevcik worked as a sought-after pedagogue in Vienna, Russia or America. One of the offshoots of the Czech violin school has led from Sevcik via his student Jaroslav Kocian and Vaclav Snitil to the protagonist of this recording who belongs among the most popular classical music artists in his country. With this recording Pavel Sporcl decided to commemorate the greatest representatives of the famous Czech violin school Pavel Sporcl pays homage to the greatest Czech violinists of the last two centuries.