Edited by U. Scheideler. Piano Reduction by J. Umbreit. Fingering, bowing and commentary by I. Ozim. On July 30, 1838 the composer announced to his friend, the violinist Ferdinand David, that he would "probably also like to turn out a violin concerto for you to play next winter; I've got one in e minor stuck in my brain, and the opening won't leave me any peace." Yet although the initial sketches date from 1841 at the latest, it was not until the summer of 1844 that Mendelssohn actually carried out his plan.
Title: Concerto in E Minor, Op. 64 for Violin and Piano, By Mendelssohn, Felix, Published by G. Henle Urtext Editions, Item number: HN720
Sonata for Piano and Violin in G major, op. 78 by Johannes Brahms. Urtext. Edited by Hans Otto Hiekel with Preface by Wolfgang Sandberger. Supplemental violin part with fingerings and bowings by Karl Rohrig. Piano fingerings by Hans-Martin Theopold.
Edited by W.D. Seiffert. Piano Fingering by W. Lampe. Fingering and bowing by K. Rohrig. That this first edition should bear the opus number "1" is hardly accidental: it was the first substantial work that Mozart saw into print, preceded only by the fairly insignificant sonatas K. 6-15 and 26-31, for piano and violin or flute (and cello), which had already been published as opus I to IV in the mid-1760s.
Title: Sonata for Piano and Violin in E Minor, By Mozart, Wolfgang Amadeus, Published by G. Henle Urtext Editions, Item number: HN728