Standard Violin Student Repertoire – Masterfully taught by Zakhar Bron
for: Violin, piano
Piano score, solo part, DVD
|Author/Composer||Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart|
|Languages||german, english, russian|
|Dimensions||23 × 30.5 cm|
|Producer No.||AMA 610440|
Violin Part annotated by Zakhar Bron
The renowned violin virtuoso Zakhar Bron, who has been honoured with numerous awards and whose pupils (including Vadim Repin, Maxim Vengerov, Erik Schumann, and Mayuko Kamino) are also frequent winners of famous competitions, shows his exceptional talent as a violin teacher in the “Student Concert, taught by Zakhar Bron” series.
Each instalment comprises a DVD with a recording of a lesson in the White Hall in the Sheremetev Palace in St. Petersburg, and a piano and violin arrangement prepared by Zakhar Bron based on the appropriate technical level for the violin.
Violin sonata K. 304 dates from 1778, when Mozart was living in Paris. The sonata is dedicated to the Electress of the Palatinate, Elisabeth Auguste. In Mozart’s previous violin sonatas, the piano part was dominant, whereas both instruments are represented equally as they duet together in this sonata. As is typical of Mozart’s compositions, this piece is a combination of music that appears to be simple and accessible, yet that is also technically difficult and demanding.