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Violin Repertoire 4

By The Carnegie Hall Royal Conservatory Achievement Program

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Violin - Early Intermediate (Level 4)
Composed by The Carnegie Hall Royal Conservatory Achievement Program. This edition: 3rd. Strings. Violin Series, Third Edition. Book. 90 pages. Published by The Frederick Harris Music Company (FH.VNR04U).

Item Number: FH.VNR04U

ISBN 978-1-55440-444-5.

Violin Series, Third Edition is an exceptional body of essential repertoire and technique carefully selected and edited to support violinists in their artistic and technical development. Nine engaging volumes of Violin Repertoire introduce teachers and students to a broad spectrum of composers, musical styles, periods, genres, and pedagogical challenges. The progressive approach ensures that specific keys and technical elements are introduced at the appropriate level. For the Introductory Level through Level 2, the repertoire is organized by tempo to suit the needs of developing violinists; for Levels 3 through 8, the repertoire is organized into categories according to style period or genre, providing a useful chronological and stylistic reference. An exciting new development for the Third Edition is the inclusion of concerto repertoire for Levels 5 through 8.

  • Concertos, sonatas, and fantasias 
  • Sonatine, op. 33, no. 1 - First Movement  Performed by Daniel Steibelt
  • The Infant Paganini: Fantasia  Performed by Eduard Mollenhauer
  • Concertino in the Style of Antonio Vivaldi, op. 15 - Third Movement  Performed by Ferdinand Kuchler
  • Concertino in the Style of W.A. Mozart - First Movement  Performed by Hans Mollenhauer Millies
  • Concertante  Performed by Charlotte Ruegger
  • Music composed during the Baroque period 
  • Two Airs  Performed by Henry Purcell
  • Tambourin  Performed by Jean-Philipe Rameau
  • Sarabande  Performed by George Frideric Handel; Arr. Harold Edwin Darke
  • Allegro in G Minor  Performed by Arcangelo Corelli
  • Two Minuets  Performed by Jacques Aubert
  • Concert pieces 
  • Clowns  Performed by Dmitri Kabalevsky; Arr. Yaakov Geringas
  • Danse napolitaine  Performed by Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky
  • Knight Rupert, op. 68, no. 12  Performed by Robert Schumann
  • March of the Pirates, op. 65, no. 5  Performed by Johannes Palaschko
  • Fast Dance  Performed by Nathalia Baklanova
  • Conte serieux, op. 62, no. 6  Performed by Felix Bartholdy Mendelssohn
  • Caprice   Performed by Sheila Nelson
  • Two Blues  Performed by Jean Ethridge