This collection brings together best-loved Grade 5 pieces. Containing
fresh editions of folk, classical masterpieces and contemporary
favorites, all pieces have been rigorously researched by editor, Jessica
O'Leary. A CD includes performance and accompaniment tracks. Late intermediate/early advanced. Requires some chromaticism and 5th and 6th position.
Vieuxtemps was regarded as one of the greatest traveling violin
virtuosos of the 19th century. He composed many works for violin,
especially catchy salon music repertoire like this Rondino, a virtuoso
piece with a soulful middle section - a perfect encore!
This new edition contains eight pieces by Ludovico Einaudi, including
Sarabande, some first-time publications and many new arrangements such
as “Una Mattina,” “The Crane Dance,” and “L'Origine Nascosta.” The
52-page full score (piano accompaniment with solo top line) is
complemented by a 20-page insert for solo violin. An included download
card gives exclusive access to specially recorded tracks, including full
demonstrations as well as accompaniment-only backing tracks.
Contents: The Crane Dance DNA Dolce Droga Indaco L'Origine Nascosta Sarabande Una Mattina Underwood
In this rare and informative program, Oistrakh plays scintillating and emotional performances of such works as the 'Intermezzo' movement from Lalo's Symphonie Espagnole (with piano), excerpts from Tchaikovsky's Violin Concerti, a movement from Prokofiev's F minor Sonata (with Sviatoslav Richter), a Schumann transcription with piano and more. This historical program documents the great talent of David Oistrakh and is essential viewing for every lover of classical music.
Title: David Oistrakh: Remembering A Musician, Published by Kultur, Item number: D1130
The Four Seasons by Antonio Vivaldi performed by Julia Fischer, violin, and The Academy of St Martin in the Fields. Two dazzling picture edits over one sumptuous soundtrack bring new life to Vivaldi's perennial work. Choose between the 'director's cut' with stunning images of the changing seasons, filmed at the National Botanic Garden of Wales, or the 'performance edit' with shots of Julia Fischer and the Academy of St. Martin in the Fields in the garden's futuristic glass dome by Norman Foster. DVD: Color: 103 min.