Russian Philharmonic Orchestra - Violinkonzert/Souvenir
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Contents: Juan Parga: Recuerdos de Sevilla Op. 30/ Napoléon Coste: La Source du Lyson Op. 47/ Leonhard Schulz: Recollections of Ireland Op. 41/ Fernando Sor: Souvenirs d’une Soirée à Berlin Op. 56/ Johann Kaspar Mertz: Fantaisie Hongroise Op. 65 No. 1/ Ivan Andreevic Klinger: Fantasia on Russian Folk Songs Op. 2
Valse-Scherzo op. 34Editor: Alexander KomarovFingering: Klaus SchildeFing. vn: Ingolf TurbanAlongside the famous violin concerto, numerous other violin works by Tchaikovsky have found their way into the standard repertoire for violin. An outstanding example is the Valse-Scherzo, which sparkles with witty playfulness. He composed it in 1877 for the violinist Josef Kotek, a close friend and student. Our editor, the Russian Tchaikovsky scholar Alexander Komarov, has ensured that this Henle Urtext edition is absolutely faithful to the sources. He was able to consult all of the sources in the Russian archives and to bring clarity to the work’s complex genesis. This edition is the prelude to an edition of all of Tchaikovsky’s works for violin and piano, including the Sérénade mélancolique op. 26 and Souvenir d’un lieu cher op. 42.