The Romances for violin (viola) and piano are two melancholy miniatures of great musical intensity by Swedish composer, Elfrida Andree (1841-1929). This edition contains both the violin part and a version for viola.
critical edition of "Havanaise" draws on both the composer's autograph
version for violin and piano as well as the later orchestrated version.
Where the solo part of the orchestral version differs from the version
for violin and piano, the variants are shown in the violin part as
The editor offers a concise and informative introduction
(Eng/Ger/ Fr) on the history and compositional process of "Havanaise"; a
detailed critical commentary (Eng) concludes this Urtext edition.
A Critical Collection of the Most Important Exercises for Violin Technique by Otakar Sevcik.
The Essential Sevcik is a compendium of the finest, most time-saving
learning material by Otakar Sevcik ever assembled in a single volume. It
is indispensable for building a thorough, virtuoso technique and an
important part of the daily practice regimen for the accomplished
artist. These exercises are to be practiced with total concentration and
attention to the smallest detail. The clear and straight forward
organization of this volume will facilitate finding the most suitable
practice material for every violinist. 247 pages.
The legendary 19th century violin pedagogue, Otakar Sevcik, created repertoire specific exercises, insightfully addressing skills required in various pieces. Not available for 75 years, this landmark edition is back in print for a new generation of violinists.
This edition of Scherzo-Tarantelle by Henryk Wieniawski includes analytical studies and exercises by Otakar Sevcik, Op. 16 as well as a complete critical urtext violin and piano part, newly edited by Stephen Shipps.