für Violine und Klavier
Schott Student Edition - Repertoire
for: Violin, piano
Piano score, solo part
|Arranger||Wolfgang Birtel, Ulrich Schliephake|
|Scope||28 pages; 23 × 30.5 cm|
|Producer No.||SE 1001|
Ferdinand Küchler is regarded as one of the great violin teachers of the 20th century, due, in large part, to his popular violin method. His Concertino remains a popular entry-level piece for students to this day.
The piece is characterized by simplicity, clarity and beauty. The themes and melodies are easily identifiable by children, yet never trite and plain. They are catchy and perfectly reflect Küchlers educational ideology - to always separate the difficulties and never demand that the pupil overcome two difficulties at once.
The work is also available in an arrangement for solo violin with string quartet accompaniment (with double-bass ad lib.)(Schott, SE 1002). The viola part can be replaced by a third violin if necessary. By using the parts for multiple players, this can also be performed by a beginner string orchestra.
This edition is part of the new Schott Student Edition series which offers varied literature at five different levels of difficulty, from 1 (easy) to 5 (difficult), for instrumental lessons:In print or electronic formatAvailable as printed editions or PDF downloadPractising efficiently and with pleasure:Accompanying tracks of the pieces available as downloads