for: Violin, piano
Piano score, solo part
|Scope||48 pages; 23 × 30.5 cm|
|Year of origin||1905|
|Producer No.||BEL 195|
The Violin Concerto op. 82 is one of Glazunov's best-known works. Since the first performance in 1905 conducted by the composer, when Leopold Auer was the soloist, virtually all the great violinists have had it in their repertories. The structure of the work was fairly unconventional for its time. The lyrical and romantic first movement is followed without a break (attacca) by the striking and virtuoso second movement with its characteristic alla caccia themes.