Concerto for Violin and Orchestra in G Major Hob. VIIa:4
Violin and Piano
by Franz Joseph Haydn
Violin Solo - Sheet Music

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Strings Piano; Violin (Violin and Piano) - Henle Level 4

SKU: HL.51480448

Violin and Piano. Composed by Franz Joseph Haydn. Edited by Gü, Heinz Lohmann, and nter Thomas. Sheet Music. Paperbound. Henle Music Folios. ABRSM syllabus Grade: 8 -- TCL 2016 Grade: 8. Classical. Softcover. 36 pages. G. Henle #HN448. Published by G. Henle (HL.51480448).

ISBN 9790201804484. UPC: 884088176419. 9.25x12.25x0.158 inches.

Three violin concertos by Joseph Hadyn survive, of which the ones in C major and A major were written at the court of Prince Esterhazy. The violin concerto in G major Hob. VII:4 was probably composed in the early 1760s, before his appointment by the prince. It thus comes as no surprise that it is very different from the other two concertos; the solo violin part hardly goes beyond the third position, and the focus is more on lyricism than virtuosity. For (younger) violin learners the work thus offers a good opportunity to engage with Haydn the composer for the first time. Our Urtext edition is based on the Haydn Complete Edition, also published by G. Henle Verla. The extensive preface includes a discussion of authenticity, among other things. The edition is rounded off by sophisticated string bowing and fingerings by Kurt Guntner, along with cadenzas created by Franz Beyer.

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