The First Violin Sonata by Gabriel Faure (1845-1924) was an extraordinary composition which opened the way for the oeuvre of one of the most important French composers in the late 19th century and early
The highly regarded early music specialist and violinist, Walter Reiter presents the second in a series of four volumes dedicated to violin music from the Baroque period. Featuring 29 beautiful pieces
Best of Violin Classics contains popular performance pieces from four centuries for violin and piano. The easy to intermediate original works are ideal repertoire for music lessons and private
A hit every time it's heard, this piece, with a manageable level of difficulty, displays fireworks, beautiful melodies and brilliant idiomatic figurations which will find an enthusiastic
Arrangements of Renaissance, Baroque, Classical and Romantic pieces for intermediate players, from composers including Bach, Dancla, Haydn, MacDowell, Strauss, Weber and more.
25 popular folk tunes in easy arrangements, including Oh Susanna, Morning Has Broken, La Bamba, Whiskey in the Jar, Greensleeves and more.
A beautiful setting of this beloved classic is now creatively set for solo instrument with piano. A terrific choice for just about any church occasion!
Originally written in 1938 for advanced violin (cello), this revised version features organ. Heribert Breuer, choir director and professor in Berlin, arranged the score for the organ, thus opening up
The Schott Violin Library contains eleven varied Baroque sonatas for violin and basso continuo. Including both popular sonatas by Corelli, Vivaldi, Handel and Telemann, and lesser-known, charming
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