To a Wild Rose for Viola and Piano. By Edward MacDowell. Composed in 1896, while MacDowell was in Boston, Woodland Sketches is
among the best known of the American composer's piano works. The famous
first piece from opus 51, "To a Wild a Rose," has been adapted here for viola with piano
accompaniment. Edition Schott.
Apres un reve (After a Dream) for violin and piano. Originally for voice and piano. Gabriel Faure. Arranged and edited by Wolfgang Birtel. Contains two versions with different octavations. Published by Schott.
Concertino in G major for violin and piano, op. 11. Ferdinand Kuchler. Edited by Wolfgang Birtel. Preface and teaching notes by Ulrich Schliephake. MP3 play-along available online. Published by Schott Student Edition.