Twelve Fantasias For Violin Without Bass, TWV 40:14-25 by Georg Philipp Telemann (1681-1767). Edited by Gunter Hausswald. For unaccompanied violin. This edition: Stapled, Urtext edition. Stapled. Baroque. Difficulty: medium. Instrumental solo book. Introductory text. Composed 1735. TWV 40:14-25. 27 pages. Published by Baerenreiter Verlag (BA.BA2972).
ISBN 9790006428243. With introductory text. Baroque. 9x12 inches.
Margaret Jean Emm
Location: from Potsdam, New York
July 24, 2008
Shows Off The Violin
This glorious music is fun to play and really sounds great on my violin! At times I think wow I can't wait to hear the accompaniment, then I realize its solo.....well worth it! I am an older amateur player who loves Bach, Teleman, Vivaldi, etc.; a compulsive reader. I feel...
30 of 57 people found this review helpful.
Location: from Berea, OH
March 5, 2008
fine solo violin pieces
This is a clean edition of these significant works for unaccompanied violin. Rewarding works to perform, these pieces also provide outstanding learning opportunities for advancing students who are ready to grapple with interpretive decision making with respect to ornamentation, phrasing, articulation and dynamics in Telemann’s music. The pieces are complex...
29 of 59 people found this review helpful.
August 23, 2007
Fun and challenging at the same time
As an advanced but non-professional violinist continuing to develop my technique, these solo pieces are providing a painless way to practice rhythm, double stops, and expression when I need to take a break from etudes and concertos. This is also a beautiful edition on very nice paper. A real treat....
28 of 54 people found this review helpful.