As a well known violinist, concertmaster and soloist, Nandor Szederkenyi, performed practically the entire violin and orchestral literature, including much chamber music, however he found one almost neglected niche of chamber music.
As his daughter is a fantastic harpist, it was predestined that they form a violin/harp duo, but the repertoire for this gorgeous combination was too limited, so he decided to write transcriptions of well-known popular orchestral works. Other larger orchestral works were more suited for string quartet and harp. And for violinists looking to delve into Bach, the scope of solo literature has been enlarged by transcriptions of several magnificent keyboard works.
In addition he created several very interesting own compositions for both solo violin and violin/harp duets.