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Music from Romantic Era - Violin & Piano Grades 1-3

Violin, Piano Accompaniment - Difficulty: medium
Edited by Elizabeth Turnbull. Music Sales America. Classical Period. Set of performance parts (includes separate pull-out violin part). With solo part and piano accompaniment. 55 pages. Bosworth & Co. #BWH005011. Published by Bosworth & Co. (HL.14011414).

Item Number: HL.14011414

ISBN 9781844499953. 9x12 inches.

Romantic Violin pieces from the late nineteenth and early twentiethcenturies for student recitals, Performance at home, short pieces for thewind up gramophone or even early radio broadcast. Brilliantly written bymasters of the instrument, they are designed to tax enjoyably yet bring outthe best in players of intermediate standard; pieces that are by turnevocative, poetic, sentimental, show-off or gypsy passionate.

  • Chanson De Berceau  Composed by Felix Borowski, F Major
  • Rondo Op. 33, No. 3  Composed by Oscar Rieding, G Major
  • Tarantella Op. 27, No. 2  Composed by Frantisek Drdla, D Major
  • Five Miniatures Op. 11 - 1. Polonaise  Composed by Ludwig Mendelssohn, G Major
  • Five Miniatures Op. 11 - 2. Little Waltz  Composed by Ludwig Mendelssohn, D Major
  • Five Miniatures Op. 11 - 3. March  Composed by Ludwig Mendelssohn, A Major
  • Five Miniatures Op. 11 - 4. Cavatina  Composed by Ludwig Mendelssohn, G Major
  • Five Miniatures Op. 11 - 5. Mosquito Dance  Composed by Ludwig Mendelssohn, G Major
  • Czardas  Composed by Gustav Hille, E Minor
  • Minuet Op. 13, No. 5  Composed by Luigi Boccherini, A Major

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  • 5

    Minnesota violin teacher
    Difficulty Level:
    Early intermediate
  • March 06, 2009 Great for early vibrato development

    Great collection of high quality music, focusing largely on the lyrical. Useful for encouraging development of vibrato, tone production and control, and dynamic range, partly because the quality of the music itself calls the expressive desire out of students. There are no clunkers or fillers in here; teachers can actually...

    have students play all the works, instead of having to pick and choose.

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