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Kreisler's Liebesfreud belongs to a set of three pieces entitled Alt-Wiener Tanzweisen. Liebesfreud (Love's Joy), Liebesleid (Love's Sorrow) and Schon Rosmarin (Fair Rosemarie). These pieces were published as a set of rediscovered classical manuscript but were in fact composed by Kreisler himself!
Every now and again you come across a composer or a piece that you have never heard of and wonder why don't I know about this? Well, for me, that doesn't happen all that often and I run a website that is full of obscure music and composers!
I came across Wilhel Dölb a short while ago with a set of two pieces Op. 44 for Violin and Piano. I can't find anything about him other than he lived in Book between 1892 and 1904 and his son was born in 1892.
His 3 Easy Concert Pieces Op. 30 certainly do deserve to be played. The opening Idylle is a charming piece that is playable in first and has some varied bowing patterns.
The Capriccietto has some good off the string bowing to get to grips with.
The Petite Gavotte is full of character and a little bit cheeky...
I do hope they will find their way into your repertoire.
"Profound expression, a true feeling for melody, natural elegance of style, and much warmth and originality". That was Berlioz impression of Ole bull as a musician.
The Herdgirl’s Sunday or Sæterjentens Søndag is a fine example of Bull's ability to write a good tune. This arrangement for cello octet takes Johan Svendsen violin and orchestra version as a starting point.
Vieuxtemps Elégie in F minor, Opus 30, was first published in 1854 and was scored for viola or cello and piano. It is a great piece to place with lyrical phrases and some nifty passages to give your fingers a good workout!
Here is an arrangement for Viola and String Orchestra which I hope you find useful.
Sarasate needs no introduction to violinists at all! I've loved the Introduction and Tarantella for many years. I've used Sarasate's score for violin and orchestra as a basis for this string orchestra arrangement.
The sheet music PDF file contains the score and all string parts.
I'm updating the software that runs this site and I have a bit of an issue! Don't worry, I'm trying to sort out. At the moment the browse scores part of the site is not working. Hopefully this will be sorted out soon. If not, I'll have a lot of typing to do...
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