Violinists' First Solo Album
A Collection of Melodious and Attractive Solos (First Position) - Volume II: Intermediate
by Guido Papini
Violin Solo - Sheet Music

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Violinists' First Solo Album
A Collection of Melodious and Attractive Solos (First Position) - Volume II: Intermediate
by Guido Papini
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A Collection of Melodious and Attractive Solos (First Position) - Volume II: Intermediate. Composed by Albert Wolfermann, Angelo de Prosse, Arthur Harris, C. Lachmund, Carl Bohm, Charles Dancla, Ede Poldini, Ernst Schmidt, F. Losey, Guido Papini, Gustave Saenger, Hans Sitt, J. Danbe, Jean Marie, Joseph Bloch, L. Dancla, Oskar Rieding, and Wilhelm Aletter. Edited by George Perlman, Gustave Saenger, and Jules Centano. Arranged by W. Ambrosio Gustave Saenger. SWS+Insert. Set of Score and Parts. With Standard notation. 80+36 pages. Carl Fischer Music #O2664. Published by Carl Fischer Music (CF.O2664).

ISBN 9780825802928. UPC: 798408002923. 9x12 inches. Text: George Perlman / Transcribed by Friedrich Silcher. George Perlman.

The two books of the Violinists’ First Solo Album consist of time honored and carefully graded compositions arranged in progressive order. Book Two advances the fundamentals of Book One, musically and technically. These books are, for the teacher, the “assignment” backbone.

  • Confidences
  • Serenade [Edited by Jules Centano]
  • Melodie [Edited by Gustave Saenger]
  • Lullaby (Fantasie For Violin)
  • Kol Nidre / La Cinquantaine [Arranged by W. F Ambrosio]
  • Romanze [Edited by Jules Centano]
  • Theme and Variations
  • Theme And Variations / Petite Valse
  • Poupee Valsante [Arranged by W. F Ambrosio]
  • Petite Gavotte
  • Melodie / Petite Bourree [Edited by Gustave Saenger]
  • Tarantella [Edited by Gustave Saenger]
  • Alita [Arranged by Gustave Saenger]
  • Intermezzo [Edited by Gustave Saenger]
  • Petit Air Varie [Edited by Gustave Saenger]
  • Loreley (Fantasie For Violin) [Transcribed by Friedrich Silcher]
  • Moto Perpetuo
  • Sextet from Dinizetti's "Lucia di Lammermoor"
  • Perpetuum Mobile [Edited by Jules Centano]
  • Trembling Leaves
  • Air Varie