Zakhar Bron MasterClass of the Oskar Rieding Violin Concerto in B Minor, Op. 353 (DVD)
Standard Violin Student Repertoire- masterfully taught by Zakhar Bron. Filming of a Master Class in the White Room of the Sheremetjev Palace in St. Petersburg. DVD with Solo Violin Part, prepared and annotated by Zakhar Bron. Zakhar Bron is an exceptional violinist and world renowned teacher who has received numerous awards and professorships. Several of his students, such as Vadim Repin, Maxim Vengerov, Erik Schumann and Mayuko Kamino, belong to the world elite of violin soloists.
Title: Zakhar Bron MasterClass of the Oskar Rieding Violin Concerto in B Minor, Op. 353 (DVD), By Rieding, Oskar, Published by Verlag, Item number: 610310
Concert Repertoire for Violin follows on from First Repertoire
and combines imaginative arrangements with original pieces, all of
which have been carefully selected and written for players of
Intermediate - Advanced (Grade 4-7) standard. The pieces are varied and
fun and will help players to improve technically as they move towards
tackling the more advanced repertoire found in volumes such as Real Repertoire.
Contents: Air From Suite In D BWV 1068 (JS Bach) Badinerie From Suite In B
Minor BWV 1067 (JS Bach) Chanson De Matin (Elgar) Corrente From
Sonata Op 2 No 4 RV 20 (Vivaldi) Habanera (Bizet) Hungarian Dance No
4 (Brahms) Serenade (Solo) (Sculthorpe) Serenade (Tchaikovsky)
Sicilienne (Paradis) Solveig's Song (Grieg) Torch Dance (German)
Without Care (Reinecke)
Two Nocturnes arranged for violin and piano by Pablo de Sarasate.
Pablo de Sarasate (1844-1908), is one of the most important and most
successful violin virtuosos of the second half of the 19th century.
Apart from works of his own, Sarasate also arranged other works for his
own use, such as these two 'Nocturnes' by Frédéric Chopin. Sarasate
wanted to transfer some of the most beautiful and most tender melodies
to the violin, which he saw primarily as a vocal instrument.