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Violin and Piano. Step IV. (Continued.)
Vieuxtemps, H. Reverie, Adagio. Op. 22, No. 3. (7594 c).
—   Elegie. Op. 30. Revised by R. Scholz. (7 595).
—   Souvenir de Beauchamps. Op. 32, No. 1. (Fr. Hermann.)
—   Suite. Op. 43. (2582 a).
Volkmann, R. Chant du Troubadour, Morceau de Salon,
Op. 10. Revu par R. Scholz. Wagner, R. March (from Tannhauser). (M.F. 73). Weber. 6 Sonatas. Complete (David). (191). Wichtl. Fantasias on National Songs. Op. 119: —
No. 1. Home, sweet Home. (9413 a).
No. 2. Long, long ago. (9413 b).
No. 3. The Red Sarafan. (9413 c).
No. 4* Santa Lucia. (9413 d).
No. 5. Robin Adair. (9413 c).
No. 6. Die drei Rosen. (9413 f). Wieniawski, H. Legende. Op. 17. (7495). WiAerst, R. Russian Suite. (F. Hermann.) (7501).
Step V. Difficult. (Octaves, Springing Bow, Staccato etc.)
Palaestra. A Collection of Pieces, Sonatas, Suites, and Concert Pieces for Violin Solo with Pianoforte-Accompani­ment; arranged in progressive order, carefully marked and annotated by Ernst Heim:— Book VIIIA. Concert Piece with employment of staccato,
by Spohr. Concert pieces with employment of springing
bow by Bach and Paganini. (11478 a). Book VIII b. Concert pieces with octave passages by Nos-
kowski and Coleridge-Taylor. Concert Pieces with
double-stop and chord passages by Beethoven and
J. Hoffmann. (11478 b). Book VIII c. Supplement to Books A and B. Concert Pieces
by David, Vieuxtemps, Sauret and Wieniawski. (11478 c). Book IX A. Concert Sonatas in classical style by Leclair
and Tartini. (11479 a). Book IX B. Concert Pieces in modern style by Ernst and
Spohr. (11479 b).
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