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Seitz composed eight student concertos as well as other smaller works for young violinists to test their skills on. Concerto No.3 is in three movements which are all seamlessly joined together.
There are many student concertos that were written at the end of the 1800s and beginning the 1900s. These works were composed to be played with piano and not orchestra. Many arrangers have risen to the task of orchestrating the piano parts and here's my attempt...
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!
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.