Bruch #1, ??, Sibelius, Mozart #3, Shostakovich, Tchaic, Prokofiev #2, Mendelssohn, Vivaldi Spring, Beethoven, Bach A minor, Paganini #1,
The Brahms concerto finale and beginning of Saint-Saens no 3 are in there as well.
Very clever! I doubt that the composers would approve such an antic but for us, it’s fine
Hi Mark, you are so sharp—I could not have done it…..many thanks
Hope to connect with you. I live in Melb—a self-taught fiddler
Whoever threw this together provides a decent, though debatable snapshot of the current standard repertoire of violin concertos, with the Shostakovich(1947-48) the most recent addition..
It would be interesting, to some of us anyway, to speculate what the snapshot might have looked like 50 years ago – drop Vivaldi, Shostakovich and maybe Prokofiev, substitute Wieniawski #2, Lalo’s Symphonie Espagnole, maybe Glazunov.
And what would be included 50 years from now – has there been anything written this century that will enter the standard repertoire?
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