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GUIDE THROUGH VIOLIN LITERATURE.
Violin and Piano. Step VI. (Continued.)
Book Xc. Supplement to Books A and B. Concert Pieces in the virtuoso style by Moszkowski and Vieuxtemps. (11480 c).
Palaestra, a collection of graduated pieces, revised by Ernst Heim, offers the most suitable material for the study of style and phrasing; each book corresponds in difficulty with the same book of his Violin Duets, "Arena", see page 127, and his Violin Studies, "Gradus ad Parnassum", see page 118. Bach. Chaconne. (2474).
This edition of Bach's great work is of special interest and value, as in it the accompaniments provided by Mendelssohn and Schumann may be compared.
— Adagio and Fugue from 5 th Violin Sonata. (B. Molique.) (9401 a).
Brahms, J. Op. 77. Concerto.
Bruch, M. Op. 26. Concerto in G minor.
Dancla, C. Op. 50. Romance and Bolero. A favorite and brilliant piece.
— Op. 53. Elegie et Barcarolle.
David, Ferd. Andante et Scherzo capriccioso. Op. 16.
(E. Heim.) (7348). Ernst, H. W. Fantaisie brillante sur la Marche et la
Romance d'Otellode Rossini. Op. 11. (ErnstHeim.) (11401).
— Op. 22. Hungarian Melodies. (2849).
— Op. 23. Concerto in F minor. (2850).
Hauser. Op. 34. Bird on the tree. (2565). Joachim, J. Op. n. Hungarian Concerto. Laub. Op. 8. Polonaise. (Wilhelmj). (1093 b).
Paganini. First Concerto in E flat. (1991).
— Le Streghe (Witches' Dance).
— Le Carnaval de Venise.
— I Palpiti.
— Celebrated Compositions. (1990).
Rubinstein. Op. 46. Concerto in G major. (1339). Sarasate, M. Airs Espagnols.
Spohr, L. 7 th Concerto in E minor.
— 8 th Concerto in A minor (Gesangscene).
— 9 th Concerto in D minor.