This series comprises the most popular beginner concertos for violinists. Edited by Kurt Sassmannshaus, the internationally renowned violin teacher and co-author of the Sassmannshaus violin method, the concerto volumes form an ideal continuation of this method and can be used in parallel from volume three onwards. The editions include a solo violin part and a piano reduction for the accompanist.
Edited by Egon Voss: Piano Fingering by E. Steen-Nokleberg: Violin Fingering and bowing by E. Schliephake. Grieg's Third Violin Sonata, Op.45, is the last piece of chamber music he completed; indeed, it is his last large scale composition altogether. All the same, it cannot be called a work of his old age as he wrote it twnety years before his death. There are thus no traits of a late style to be found in it; on the contrary, it has a fresh, almost youthful quality and shows Grieg at the pinnacle of his mastery.
Title: Sonata in C Minor, Op. 45 for Violin and Piano, By Grieg, Edvard, Edited by Egon Voss, Published by G. Henle Urtext Editions, Item number: HN700
50 Tunes Volume 1 for Fiddle is one book in a 5-book series. The 50 Tunes series is a collection of Bluegrass, Old Time and Celtic tunes for ensembles, families and individuals. This book contains the same 50 tunes as those found in the other 4 books of the series, but carefully designed for the fiddle.
The parts in this book range from beginner to advanced. All tunes contain a simple melody and most of the tunes contain an intermediate or advanced part. Many tunes contain a harmony part to match the melody. Since fiddle contests are a tradition in American and Celtic fiddling, 50 Tunes Volume 1 for Fiddle contains hoedowns, waltzes, reels, rags, hornpipes, jigs, polkas and airs. Some of the tunes are authentic to true championship fiddling and were arranged and recorded by a former national champion fiddler. Companion CD's included.
Title: 50 Tunes for Fiddle, Edited by Mark Geslison, Published by Mel Bay Publications, Item number: 99938BCD