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Violin Recital Album First Position 1

20 Recital Pieces in First Position for Violin and Piano or Two Violins

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Edited by Lusk, Melissa – Sassmannshaus, Christoph – Sassmannshaus, Kurt
Setting: Violins, Violin and Piano
Instrumentation: V/piano(2V)
Series: Bärenreiter's Sassmannshaus
Language: English, German
Grade: 2
Weight: 0.326 kg
Published: February 2016
Publisher: Bärenreiter
Item number: BA9668
Other reference: BA09668
ISMN: 9790006559565
These two collections (BA 9668, BA 9669) give young students and teachers a rich selection of recital pieces, either to complement the Sassmannshaus ''Early Start on the Violin'' method or to play independently from it. As all the pieces are writtenentirely in first position, they can be used after just a few months of lessons.The piano part may be played by the teacher or an advanced student. As an alternative, the accompaniment can be played by a second violin.All the pieces are available in e

Contents

1.
The little bugler
2.
Pit a pat rain
3.
jumping beans
4.
Lightly row
5.
Baa Baa black sheep
6.
Little march
7.
Vivace
8.
March of the little soldiers
9.
Tip Toe
10.
Pop Goes the Weasel
11.
March
12.
My Old Friend John
13.
Favorite Melody
14.
Moo-lee-wha
15.
The Pony Race
16.
The Little Prince
17.
Pas redouble
18.
English Folk Song
19.
The Robin's Lullaby
20.
Soldier's March
100 Years of Bärenreiter

In the autumn of 1923, a young man produced the first music editions of his newly founded publishing house in his parents’ living room. He named his company Bärenreiter. In the spring of 1924 when Karl Vötterle came of age, he was able to register it with the German Publishers and Booksellers Association. At first, he mainly put out folk song collections, church as well as organ music including early music by Leonhard Lechner and Heinrich Schütz, at the time primarily known in specialist circles.

During the last months of the Second World War, the publishing house in Kassel was destroyed and once more a fresh beginning had to be made. With the start of the extensive German music encyclopaedia MGG – "Musik in Geschichte und Gegenwart" – as well as numerous series of scholarly-critical complete editions such as the “New Mozart Edition” and the “New Bach Edition”, the visionary founder of the publisher created the basis for the further development of Bärenreiter. The musicological editions increasingly aroused interest abroad, and Bärenreiter found itself on an expansion course.

When Karl Votterle died in 1975, his daughter Barbara took over the helm, supported by her husband Leonhard Scheuch. Under their leadership, the catalogue grew significantly and the brand BÄRENREITER URTEXT was established. Finally, in 2003, their son Clemens Scheuch joined the publisher which today he is managing together with his parents. Thus Bärenreiter has remained a family business to this day and has become a company of international standing in the world of classical music.

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