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of MUSICAL CLASSICS
COMPOSITIONS FOR VIOLIN AND PIANO
VOL. NO. VOL. NO. VOL. NO.
ACCOLAY, J. B. CORELLI, A. LALO, E.
905 Concerto, No. 1, A m. 8 Sonata, D (Cadenza by J. Hell- 1236 Op. 21. Symphonie Espagfiole
mesberger) (Desoff-Franko) (Lichtenberg)
ALARD, D. 9 Sonata, C (Ries-Franko)
525 Variations,La Folia. Accom- LAUB, F.
1114 Op. IlTrovatore. Fantasy
37.
paniment and Cadenza by 660 Ballade, Op. 4, No. 12; and
(Th. Spiering)
H. Leonard (Lichtenberg) Polonaise, Op. 8 (Schradieck)
1113 Op. 47. Faust. Concert Fan-
tasia (Th. Spiering)
DANCLA, C. LECLAIR, J. M.
785 Op. 6 Petits Airs Varies 722 Sonata, No. 3 (Lichtenberg)
BACH, J. S. 89.
sur des Themes Favoris de
1401 Concerto, A m. (Herrmann) Pacini, Rossini, Bellini, Don- LEONARD, H.
1111 Concerto, E (Herrmann) izetti, Weigl, Mercadante 629 Op. 2. Souvenir de Haydn.
1400 Op. 77. 3 Concert Solos (Sve- Fantasy on the Austrian
BAZZINI, A. censki) National Hymn (Lichten-
1431 Op. 118. 6 Airs Varies (Sve- berg)
1445 Op. 15. Allegro de Concert
(Auer) censki) 220 Op. 15. Grande fantasie mili-
taire (Schradieck)
1432 La rondo des Lutins (Auer)
DAVID, F. 1115 Op. 30. Souvenir de Bade
(Spiering)
BEAZLEY, J. C. 236 Op. 6. Introduction and Vari-
ations on the Russian air 912 Op. 41. 6 Solos
920 18 Original Melodies "The Red Sarafan" (Schra-
dieck) LOCATELLI, P.
BEETHOVEN, L. van 237 Op. 16. Andante and Scherzo 1069 Sonata, F m. (Powell)
233 Op. 61. Concerto, D (Schra- capriccioso (Schradieck)
dieck) MASTERPIECES FOR THE
234 2 Romances (Op. 40, G; Op. 50,
ERNST, H. W. VIOLIN
F) (Schradieck) 1069 Op. 10. Elegie (Schradieck) Edited and fingered by Henry
74 Op. 47. Sonata Kreutzer The same. See "Masterpieces Schradieck:
(Brodsky) for the Violin." Vol.1 354 Vol. I. Ernst, Elegie; Raff, Ca-
232 fSonatas (Brodsky) (Complete) 411 Op. 11. Fantasie Brillante, on va tina; Vieuxtemps, Reverie
the March and Romanca 366 Vol. II. Wieniawski. Op. 12,
468 Op. 24. Sonata (Brodsky) from "Otello" by Rossini 2 Mazurkas (1, Sielanka; 2,
467 Op. 30-2. Sonata (Brodsky) (Schradieck) Chanson polonaise), and Op.
407 Hungarian Airs, with Varia- 17, Legende
BERIOT, C. de tions (Schradieck) 395 3 slow move-
Vol. III. Spohr.
Airs varies (Schradieck) 1406 Op. 12. Concertino (Auer) ments from Concertos Nos.
408 No. 5, E, Op. 7 1464 Op. 20. Rondo Papageno (Auer) 6, 9, 11 (Schradieck)
409 No. 6, A, Op. 12
410 No. 7, E, Op. 15
FRANCK, C. MENDELSSOHN, F.
Concertos (Schradieck) 1235 Sonata (Lichtenberg) 235 Op. 64. Concerto, E m. (Schra-
dieck)
781 No. 1, D, Op. 16 GADE, N. W.
229 No. 2, B m.\ Op. 32 222 Op. 6. Sonata, A (Lichtenberg) MITTELL'S POPULAR
215 No. 6, A, Op. 70
223 Op. 21. Sonata, D m. (Lichten-
GRADED COURSE
216 No. 7, G, Op. 76 berg) Selected pieces suitable for
782 No. 9, A m., Op. 104 study or performance. Re-
353 12 Italian Melodies (Schra- GRIEG, E. vised and edited by Philipp
dieck) Mittell. 2 Vols.:
980 Op. Sonata, No. 1, F (Lich-
8.
675 Op. 100. Scene de Ballet tenberg) 1152 Vol. I. 29 pieces in 1st position
524 Op. 13. Sonata, No. 2, G 1153 Vol. II. 21 pieces in 1st and 3d
(Lichtenberg) positions
BRAHMS, J. 1319-23 Violin Classics (5 Vols.)
981 Op. 45. Sonata, No. 3, C m.
1395 Op. 77. Concerto D (Zimbalist)
(Lichtenberg)
1301 Op. 78. Sonata, G 924 Op. 46. 1st Peer Gynt Suite MOLIQUE, B.
1302 Op. 100. Sonata, A (Sitt) 419 Op. 21. Concerto, No. 5, A m.
1303 Op. 108. Sonata, D m. (Schradieck)
1452-3 Hungarian Dances (2 Vols.) HANDEL, G. F.
(Auer) 416 Sonata, A, for violin with
MOSZKOWSKI, M.
figured bass, arr. by F. David 1089 Op. 12. Spanish Dance (Spier-
(Schradieck) ing)
BRUCH, M.
217 Op. 26. Concerto, G m. (Schra- HAUPTMANN, M. MOZART, W. A.
dieck)
512 Op. 10. 3 Easy Sonatinas (E. 890 fConcerto, No. 4, D
1398 Op. 46. Scotch Fantasy (Zim- Herrmann) 836 Sonatas (complete) (Schra-
balist) dieck)
HAUSER, M. 1391 Concerto, E\> (Auer)
BURGMULLER, F. 1068 Op. 43. UngarischeRhapsodie 1276 Concerto, No. 5, E (Mozart-
767 3 Nocturnes (Hungarian Rhapsody) Franko)

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230 KREUTZER, R. 42 studies or
871 Vol. I. 20 etudes (1st position)
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The Pizzicato (Sonidos Arm6nicos del Violin y
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937 KROSS, E. Op. 40. The art of 873 Vol. III. 20 etudes (change of
bowing position)
1084 Scale studiei (Mittell)
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F.
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30 special studies 1457 TOURS, BERTHOLD. The vio-
328 24 exercises preparatory to
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the studies of R. Kreutzer and P. Rode 488 Vol. II. 27 brilliant studies Edited and translated by A. di Butera
429 Op. 38. 20 progressive exercises, 489 Vol. III. 18 artist's studies
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1258/59 Op. 36. 40 selected studies
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etudes for solo violin, in two-part to four-part 1392 WICHTL, GEORG. The young
harmony. Edited by L. Auer 1040 MEERTS, L. J. The mechanics violinist. Op. 10. With supplement includ-
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and Spanish) by F. L. Smith. (English and Spanish texts)
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prices (Schradieck) 449 RIES, H. Op. 28. 30 elementary
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