Piano Accompaniment, Violin, Viola - Advanced Intermediate - Digital Download
Composed by John Stepan Zamecnik. Arranged by William Dick, Kiyoshi Tamagawa. 20th Century, Romantic Period, Post-Romantic, Repertoire, Recital. Score, Set of Parts. 94 pages. Published by Mastery for Strings Press (S0.828751).
Item Number: S0.828751
John Stepan Zamecnik (1872-1953) enjoyed a substantial career as a silent film music composer, culminating in his scoring the motion picture Wings in 1927, which won the first Academy Award for Best Picture. He was also an accomplished violinist. These twelve short pieces for violin and piano originally appeared in 1922 as “Violin Compositions in the First Position, Vol. 1,” published by the Sam Fox Publishing Company. Created for teaching purposes, they are much more than études or exercises—they are melodic miniatures that capture various moods, rhythms and styles with as much charm as Zamecnik’s best film music. They provide fresh and engaging concert repertoire for emerging string players, both as solos and string ensemble pieces. It is with these purposes in mind that the current edition including an optional second string part has been created.
List of compositions:
A Quaint Story
A Russian Lullaby
The Spinning Song
March of the Heroes
Theme and Variations
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