About Oskar Rieding Oskar Rieding (1840-1918) was a violinist, conductor and composer originated in Northern Germany. After studying at the Berlin Academy of Music and Arts and the Leipzig Conservatory, he went to Vienna, Austria. In Vienna, he was able to meet people and that led him to be the concertmaster of the opera orchestra […]
The sections recorded: mm.127-129 mm.134-137 mm.143-144 mm.150-155 mm.153-164 A=441, quater note = 85 All the fingerings/bowings are based on Solos for Young Violinists Vol. 5
Introduction You are learning very well on this piece, Bohm – Introduction and Polonaise. In order to make your final performance video, I’d like you to think about a few things. Two different characters in Bohm – Introduction and Polonaise There are two sections; introduction and Polonaise, which has different characters. Introduction The bow use […]
Charles de Beriot Air Varie no. 14 in G Major Practice Variation 5 with the following rhythms: Practice m. 48 with the rhythm A and B only. For Coda spiccato: Practice with less bow, and try not to lift your bow too high. At this point, No dynamics contrast necessary..
This article is the continuation of : [How to Practice] Rieding Violin Concerto in G Major, op.24 first movement -1- How to practice: mm. 124-127 Step 1: We need to recognize this passage in this section is based on a chromatic scale. Let’s play only the circled notes, first. There is only one section which […]
Vittorio Monti (1868-1922) is an Italian composer, whose Cardas (1904) is a well known piece based on Hungarian csardas, traditional folk dance which starts slowly and ends in a very fast tempo written in 4/4 or 2/4. Question from my student: Does the 4th finger need to be curved when one plays the harmonics? My […]
a little about Ten Have Willem Ten Have (1831- 1924) was born in Amsterdam, Holland and later moved to France. He studied with Charles De Beriot, and taught in the University in Lyon. The Allegro Brillant is dedicated to his son Jean. Thank you Violinist.com for the information: https://www.violinist.com/discussion/archive/18068/ As Willem Ten Have was a […]