This famous concerto was originally written for three violins, strings
and continuo, but today is known in a version reworked by Bach for three
harpsichords. Music Minus One proudly presents it as close as possible
to its original version here, for three violins. Features newly
engraved solo parts and CDs with complete reference recordings, plus
accompaniments minus the soloist at both standard and practice tempos. Note: This edition includes all three solo parts bound into one book.
Written in 1823, this "double" concerto from the young composer presents
a brilliant and unusual concerto pairing. The central adagio movement
is a trademark of Mendelssohn "Song Without Words." Features many solo
passages for each soloist, to beautiful effect. Includes a newly engraved
solo violin part and two CDs with complete reference recordings, including piano
accompaniment minus the soloist at both standard and practice tempos. No piano accompaniment part is included.
Condition: This item is slightly bent in the corners, but is otherwise in new condition.