Brahms composed just three sonatas for violin and piano, all of them staples of the repertoire—studied, practiced, and performed by chamber music players everywhere. Musicians and students of music will be delighted to own all three works in this single-volume compilation, reprinted from author... read more
Violin Concerto in E Minor, Op. 64: with Separate Violin Part by Felix Mendelssohn Long one of the most beloved concertos in the violin repertoire, this work features important formal innovations. Edited by Leopold Auer, this authoritative practice and performance edition includes a separate, removable violin part.
Violin Concertos Nos. 1-5: with Separate Violin Part by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart Though not technically difficult, these works convey Mozart's uniquely sensual brand of melody. Here are all five concertos, together for the first time in a single edition with a separate solo violin score.
Brahms composed just three sonatas for violin and piano, all of them staples of the repertoire—studied, practiced, and performed by chamber music players everywhere. Musicians and students of music will be delighted to own all three works in this single-volume compilation, reprinted from authoritative editions. Both Sonata No. 1 in G Major, Op. 78, and Sonata No. 2 in A Major, Op. 100, are intensely lyrical in nature, containing some of Brahms' most beautiful and expressive melodies. Sonata No. 3 in D Minor, Op. 108, a tempestuous work full of fire and passion, is a particular favorite with audiences around the world. The violin part, edited by famed performer and teacher Leopold Auer, appears both within the book and as a separate, removable score.
Reprint of the Carl Fisher, New York, 1916-17 editions.
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