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Violin and Piano. Step V. (Continued.)
Palaestra. (Continued.)
Book IX c. Supplement to Books A and B. Concert Pieces in modern style by Wieniawski, Nicode, and Vieuxtemps.
(11479 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 126 and his Violin Studies, "Gradus ad Parnassum", see page 117.
Beethoven. Ten Sonatas. (Joachim.) (3031).
Op. 47 (known as the "Kreutzer"), the grandest of all violin sonatas, and Op. 30, No. 2 in C minor, belong to this Step, the other sonatas being less difficult. Op. 12, No. I, and Op. 24, should first be taken by students passing from Mozart's Sonatas to those of Beethoven. - Op. 61. Concerto. (Wilhelmj). (189 a).
Beriot, C. de. Op. 30. Le Tremolo, Caprice. (9419).
—   Op. 55. 5th Concerto in D.
Beriot and Osborne. Fantasia on "William Tell". Berlioz, Hector. Reverie et Caprice. Romance, Op. 8.
(E. Heim.) (11321). Bohm, C. Op. 314, No. 2. Cavatina. Bruch, M. Op. 42. Romanza in A minor. Coleridge-Taylor, S. Hiawathan Sketches. Op. 16. (No. 1,
A Tale; No. 2, A Song; No. 3, A Dance.) (7356).
—   Two Gipsy Movements. Op. 20. (No. 1, A Gipsy Song; No. 2, A Gipsy Dance). (7357).
David, Ferd. Introd. and Variations on Air by Mozart.
Op. 11. (8674). Eller, L. Op. 3. Concert Fantasia on Styrian Melodies. Hauser. Op. 43. Hungarian Rhapsody. (2567 a). Hollander, G. Op. 10. Romance. Kreutzer. Concertos, Nos. 13, 14, 18, 19. (1091 a-d). Laub. Op. 7. Romance & Impromptu. (1092).
—   Op. 8. Polonaise. (1093 a). Lauterbach. Tarantelle. (2203). Leonard, H. Op. 2. Souvenir de Haydn. Lipinsky. Op. 21. Concert militaire. (2642). Mackenzie, A. C. Op. 47, No. 1, Highland Ballad. Mendelssohn. Op. 64. Concerto.
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